Quality control checkweigher DWM seriesfor the food industryfor the pharmaceutical industrywith touchscreen controls

quality control checkweigher
quality control checkweigher
quality control checkweigher
quality control checkweigher
quality control checkweigher
quality control checkweigher
quality control checkweigher
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Characteristics

Product applications
for quality control
Applications
for the food industry, for the pharmaceutical industry
Other characteristics
with touchscreen controls

Description

DWM automatic checkweigher provides the highest quality. It is applied mainly for pharmaceutical and food industry. Used magnetoelectric modules allow to weigh products quickly, providing the highest accuracy of weighment. The device features a friendly, intuitive interface and several built-in functions that enable the statistical data operation and service process. Checkweigher allows a precise control of packaged products in accordance with the valid regulations. A modular base construction allows a flexible configuration of the device. Complex communication modules fully integrate the scales with the production line, which makes automatic operation of the line possible. Connecting the checkweigher to the computer system allows to monitor production process on-line, save the weighments, generate the reports considering the weighing statistics, quantitative statistics and the production line failures and stoppages. Application: DWM automatic checkweigher series is designed to control single products with mass not greater than 7500 g. Scale software enables setting the parameters according to customers regulations or according to the current regulation on Control of Packaged Goods. The flexible limits working mode was designed for pharmaceutical concerns. DWM automatic scales series is attested by NIH.

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