The Soft Drinks and Breweries businesses are characterized by high production volumes and the two major production steps of processing and packaging. Beverage categories, especially breweries, include additional functions like fermentation control and optimization, water treatment and energy optimization. Large soft drink manufacturers have started to integrate syrup preparation with packaging to better respond to shifting consumer demands. Volatile commodity and packing material costs representing up to 40 percent of revenues make scrap, rework or downgraded product expensive. In this highly consolidated industry, responding to shifting consumer tastes, maintaining operational efficiency and minimizing waste are critical.
The five main segments of Dairy – Butter, Cheese, Ice Cream and Novelty Products, Milk and Dry, Condensed and Evaporated Products – have similar challenges. Product safety and quality during the production process are critical. Regulated milk prices require minimized production costs, including reduction of waste like scrap. And operations must be agile enough to respond to changing customer demand.
With the combined functions of the SSVh series checkweighers and duw series metal detection systems, food manufacturers will save time and money, all while having simplified support at your fingertips. Anritsu is a single source technology, support and service provider that will make sure your combination metal detection and checkweighing system operates to its highest capability for its entire lifespan.
Highly configurable, the X36 offers the highest level of integrity checks across multiple product lanes at high throughput rates for complete brand protection and compliance.
Minebea Intec pallet scales includes galvanized and stainless steel versions covering a weighing range from 300 to 3,000 kg available with or without weights & measures approval. The pallet scales can be combined with any of our weighing terminals for a clear weight display.
The PR 6251 fill-level sensor is specially designed for basic weighing of silos and horizontal tanks. It meets all requirements for years of trouble-free operation without adjustment. For use in EX zones 1, 2, 20, 21, 22 and DIV 1.
Compression load cells from 30 kg to 10 t. Specially designed for tank and hopper weighing as well as basic dosing systems. For use in EX zones 1, 2, 20, 21, 22 and FM DIV 1.
The PR 6246 range of load cells is specially designed for high-precision weighing of process vessels and for high-precision dosing. Due to the fact that the container is suspended, movements arising from mechanical or thermal expansion or contraction of the vessel or its supporting construction can be counterbalanced. The load cell is manufactured entirely from stainless steel. A particular design characteristic is the compact construction with a high overload range of up to 150% and the highest accuracy class of up to C6.
The PR 6241 range of load cells is specially designed for weighing small and medium sized process vessels and for high-precision dosing. The unique design principle, in combination with the FlexLock-installation kits, makes it possible to counterbalance movements arising from mechanical or thermal expansion or contraction of the vessel or its supporting construction.
Load cell construction
S-shape design with integrated load return. Full stainless steel construction, hermetically sealed, welded, filled with inert gas.
Load cell: 1.4542 (DIN 17440) similar to S604, S622 (B.S.), 17 - 4PH
IP 68, IEC 529 (equivalent to NEMA 6). The load cell can be submerged in water to a depth of 1.5m for 10,000 hours. Robust, flexible, screened; Sheath: TPE Thermopl. Elastomere, Colour: grey (EX: blue); Diameter: 5 mm, wires 4 x 0.35 mm2; Length: 5 m
Fixed installation: ≥ 50mm; Flexible installation: ≥ 150mm
The PR 6201 range of load cells is specially designed for weighing silos, tanks and process vessels. The unique design principle, in combination with the FlexLock installation kits, makes it possible to counterbalance movements arising from mechanical or thermal expansion or contraction of the vessel or its supporting construction. A particular design characteristic is that the overall height and shape of the load cell remain unchanged, even after two decades of use.