CHECKWEIGHING CASE STUDIES

  • Overcoming HACCP Obstacles With Metal Detection/Checkweighing Systems
    Overcoming HACCP Obstacles With Metal Detection/Checkweighing Systems

    This case study shows how one food manufacturer, Bob’s Red Mill Whole Grain Store and Visitors Center, keeps its customers safe with a combination food metal detector/checkweigher system.

  • Portion Control: Flow Meters Vs. Weight Control
    Portion Control: Flow Meters Vs. Weight Control

    Royal Food Products could continue its portion control method using flow meters or find a new way of weighing individual ingredients. The company's plant engineer explains the choice to use load cells.

  • How Load Cells Increased Ice Cream Manufacturing Accuracy
    How Load Cells Increased Ice Cream Manufacturing Accuracy

    When the University of Wisconsin found it necessary to update their dairy mixing processes, they chose to update their system with the advantages and benefits offered by load cells over pressure gauges.

  • Brewing Company Assures Fill Levels With Checkweigher System

    At Matt Brewing Company, attention to detail and uncompromising commitment to quality are the signature trademarks of the company and their award-winning Saranac beers. Concerned with accuracy and reliability, the company wanted to assure every customer receives a full can of beer every time, so they searched for a gamma fill level inspection system and instead, became the first brewer in the world to use this new checkweigher technology for 100 percent inspection.

    By Kyle Thomas, Mettler-Toledo Hi-Speed

  • Frozen Cake Manufacturer Uses Combination Metal Detector & Checkweigher Unit To Assure Quality
    Frozen Cake Manufacturer Uses Combination Metal Detector & Checkweigher Unit To Assure Quality

    Maximum product quality has to be guaranteed, and has come to be expected, from the customers of this frozen dessert specialist. Top quality checkweighing and metal detection systems are essential in ensuring this quality.

  • Checkweighers Save Bagel Manufacturer Lots Of Dough

    One wholesale bagel baker in the Pacific Northwest attributes its success to their willingness to go the extra mile to meet their customers’ quality standards. In this case, that extra mile was represented by over-apportioning dough to ensure that the finished bagels were at or above the specification weight. This policy was good for customer satisfaction, but not very good for profitability. By Mettler-Toledo Hi-Speed

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CHECKWEIGHING WHITE PAPERS & ARTICLES

  • Calculating The Total Cost Of Ownership Of Production Line Equipment
    Calculating The Total Cost Of Ownership Of Production Line Equipment

    Considering TCO helps to understand better the costs over and above the purchase price and also – when suppliers have differing offers – to compare them and ultimately to substantiate the investment decision.

  • Slope’s Effect On Accurate Weighing
    Slope’s Effect On Accurate Weighing

    Scales are designed with the assumption there is only a vertical force. This article shows formulas explaining slope's effect on accurate weighing and how to adjust scales based on sloped floors.

  • IFS Food Version 6 Compliance For Checkweigher Applications
    IFS Food Version 6 Compliance For Checkweigher Applications

    This paper outlines some of the main changes introduced by the IFS Food Version 6 Standard and how a checkweighing solution can ensure compliance with these new regulations. It considers what additional elements should be included in the process in order to safeguard customer welfare and provide the basis for a robust due diligence defence.

  • Enhancing Scale Performance For Multi-Component Batching

    Compounding liquid solutions or blending powders into a final mixture are common industrial weighing applications. This paper suggests methods to enhance scale performance in multicomponent batches.

  • White Paper: How To Build An IT Infrastructure For Net Weight Control This white paper explores the key Information Technology(IT) issues that engineers and quality professionals should consider when developing a net contents or weight control program. The intent of this paper is to give non-IT specialists the background they need to better communicate with their IT counterparts and other business leaders, and thus have more effective conversations. By Hertzler Systems Inc.
  • Choosing Between Weight And Mass Inspection: Making An Informed Decision
    Choosing Between Weight And Mass Inspection: Making An Informed Decision

    The sole function of a gravimetric checkweigher is to be the best at weighing; the core competency of the X-ray inspection system is contaminant detection and checking for package integrity.

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CHECKWEIGHING PRODUCTS

Washdown Checkweigher For Food Processing: SSVi Washdown Checkweigher For Food Processing: SSVi

With a waterproof and dustproof exterior, the SSV-i series checkweighers are designed for unpackaged foods. Its hygienic design allows for stringent sanitary control for unpackaged fresh food, such as fish, poultry and other meat products. The waterproof exterior is needed during the cleaning process to ensure that all parts of the checkweigher remain intact and fully operational after being sprayed down and sanitized. The checkweighing system is not only used for weighing products and checking for missing products, but is also used for controlling filler or fixed weight, data recording and line monitoring.

Cornerstone CombiChecker Cornerstone CombiChecker

Hi-Speed Cornerstone checkweighers can be provided in a wide variety of configurations ranging from compact, two-conveyor systems to those which integrate timing and spacing conveyors, metal detectors, and multiple reject mechanisms all on one standard, easy-to-install frame. Combined with the full featured HI-SPEED XS user interface, Cornerstone delivers maximum checkweighing performance and capabilities as well as superior protection against all types of metal contamination with minimal false rejects.

Precision Compression Load Cell PR 6201 Precision Compression Load Cell PR 6201

The PR 6201 range of load cells is specially designed for weighing silos, tanks and process vessels.

Food Packaging Checkweigher, Model XS40 Food Packaging Checkweigher, Model XS40

The 15 inch touchscreen and up to 200 product memory capacity make the XS40 checkweigher optimal for use in production lines and end-of-line packaging applications, where strict demands are placed on accuracy, dependability and connectivity.

Checkweigher Combination Systems Checkweigher Combination Systems

Checkweighing, metal detection and X-ray combination systems offer the very best in modern checkweigher technology in combination with highly sensitive metal detector and X-ray technology -in one space saving product inspection unit.

Beltweigh XC Checkweigher Beltweigh XC Checkweigher

Beltweigh XC products provide a level of capabilities that are suited for users that are introducing product inspection to their production processes and those who are already employing checkweighing and looking to increase capacity with an economical solution.

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CHECKWEIGHING NEWS

  • Weighing And Controlling Technology Combined In A Single Device

    Bizerba will be presenting a new generation of terminals at LogiMAT 2012 in Stuttgart. The company has combined weighing and controlling technology in one single device for the very first time. With this innovation, food manufacturers, bakeries, breweries and grain and feed manufacturers will be able not only to save space and costs but to simplify their production processes

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CHECKWEIGHING MULTIMEDIA

Raising The Contaminant Detection Bar Raising The Contaminant Detection Bar

During an interview at PACK EXPO 2014, Rob Tiernay, Director of Sales for North America at Anritsu Industrial Solutions USA, discussed with Todd and Todd what to consider when choosing technology for contamination detection. 

Why Food Inspection Solutions Are Absolutely Necessary Why Food Inspection Solutions Are Absolutely Necessary

In an interview at 2014’s PACK EXPO, Viggo Nielsen, General Manager at Mettler Toledo Safeline, took time to speak with Todd Schnick and Todd Youngblood about the effects FSMA regulations are having on food packaging and inspection. 

DEA Weighbelts Are Designed For Metering Fragile Materials Video DEA Weighbelts Are Designed For Metering Fragile Materials Video

For use in industries where precision weighing and metering of dry materials is required, Schenck Process’ DEA stainless steel weighbelt feeders provide weight controlled feeding, weight indication and totalization for fragile materials.  DEA Weighbelt feeders are offered in 12” and 24” belt widths with easy belt detensioning and removal, BIC (belt weight influence compensation), accuracies of ± 0.25% to 1% of set rate sigma, and feed rate capabilities up to 1,680 cubic feet per hour.

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