Static Weighing for Highest Accuracy
Faster line speeds require faster product weighing without compromising weight accuracy. The TrueWeigher 707 uses a static weighing principle to achieve the highest in-line weighing accuracy and allow processors to allocate whole products to the most suitable downstream destination. Accuracy is the key to correct decision-making.
Weighing after Water Chilling
The TrueWeigher 707 is installed on the distribution line after water chilling and manual rehanging. This in-line weighing machine captures the individual whole product weight in order to optimize downstream distribution – optionally together with individual quality grade and buffer transfer. After weighing, the products can be sorted into whole product drop-off and/or cut-up. The TrueWeigher 707 works together with the BAADER production software that controls the distribution process.
Unique Weighing Principle
The machine operates with a static weighing principle that allows for an accuracy better than ± 0.25%, even at high line speeds. The weighing shaft is equipped with several weighing units, each with a digital weigh cell connected to a weighing computer. Every product is weighed on its own load cell without interference from the chain, shackle or trolley. Zero-taring is performed after each weighing cycle to maintain the highest weighing accuracy throughout the production day.
Easy Control of the Weighing Process
The TrueWeigher 707 is controlled by an office-located weighing computer that provides the operator with performance data for monitoring purposes such as system status, shackle counts, alarm history, etc. It allows the operator to easily set up key parameters and perform various tasks, e.g. calibration. Optionally, a touch screen mounted on the machine (HMI) can give control directly from the plant floor.
1. Distribution line after water chilling
2. Static weighing of each product
3. Outlet to product distribution
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