Chemical checkweigher CW1
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chemical checkweigher
chemical checkweigher
chemical checkweigher
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Product applications
for chemicals, package, for pharmaceutical products, conveyor, for production, for cosmetic products, for hygienic applications, for food products, for fruit, for fish, for chemical products, for vegetables, meat, for plastic parts, detergent, for toys
for the food industry, for industrial use, for the pharmaceutical industry, for in-line monitoring, for the chemical industry
Other characteristics
with belt conveyor, with touchscreen controls, high-performance, compact
Max. load capacity

Min.: 300 g
(10.6 oz)

Max.: 6,000 g
(211.6 oz)


0.3 g, 0.5 g
(0.011 oz, 0.018 oz)


Min.: 130 p/min

Max.: 180 p/min


Baykon’s CW1 In-line Checkweigher is designed for high speed automatic weight control and classification of pre-packaged products. The CW1 is reliable, economical and easy to use and weights even the lightest parts at high speed with incredibly low error rates. Designed to be compact and ergonomical the CW1’s sleek design saves space in production areas and is manufacturered in stainless steel for easy cleaning and to meet the high hygiene standards of food production and processing facilities. A 10" colour touchscreen display provides a simple and intuitive user interface with instant monitoring and a graphical representation of the current production and production history. 199 PLUs can be stored in the CW1 memory all with a unique ‘’Learn Mode’’ that automatically optimises the weighing parameters for the fastest and most accurate production run. Available in 300g, 600g, 1500g, 3000g and 7500g capacities, the CW1 is an ideal choice for economical and reliable in-line checkweighing.

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