ME-T Precision Balance

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Description

Intuitive touch operation

The unit’s large 4.5” color TFT touchscreen with clear icons and intuitive guidance enables users to operate it quickly.

Accuracy ensured

An Electromagnetic Force Compensation (EMFC) weighing cell delivers consistently reliable results.

Built-in ease and security

Eight embedded applications including checkweighing, totaling and formulation allow operators to start working right away.

Additional information

Capacity

120 g, 220 g, 320 g, 420 g, 1,200 g, 2,200 g, 3,200 g, 4,200 g

Readability

1 mg, 0.01g, 0.1g

Case Studies

Specialized Application Increases Efficiencies CUSTOMER PROFILE GNS Polycarb, a DOW Chemical subsidiary located in Roberta, Georgia THE PROBLEM Our customer needed to upgrade existing scale instrumentation and functionality for four process tanks and one floor scale. However, the instrumentation was located in a hazardous area rated Class I, Division I, Groups C&D, requiring additional planning before engineering a solution. […]

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Innovative Check Weighing & Data Collection In Hazardous Area CUSTOMER PROFILE Zep (formerly Amrep), a contract packager of aerosol cans THE PROBLEM The customer wanted to upgrade its existing check weighing and data collection on one of their five filling lines from an old mechanical scale and clipboard to a paperless data collection system. This application was complicated because of the fill line’s location […]

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High Precision Weigh Module Improves Quality Assurance CUSTOMER PROFILE The Starbucks soluble plant in Augusta, Georgia is a coffee production and packaging facility that creates products such as Starbucks VIA® Ready Brew coffee. THE PROBLEM The customer needed the ability to trace products and reduce its labor-intensive quality assurance procedure. The quality assurance results were within the machine specifications, but were not […]

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