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Important business benefits of multihead weigher

Published on August 16, 2017

When your food sector business deals specifically with fresh products, it is essential that they are weighed efficiently – while being moved at very high speeds – to ensure the goods are packaged competently and effectively, without waste, to boost your profits. Have you considered purchasing a multihead weigher for your production line?

Which Products may Benefit?

By adding a multihead weigher into your production planning, fresh products such as meats, fish, cheese, salads, and pasta can be weighed and passed through to packaging at extremely fast rates. These are the products that may often have previously been considered difficult to weigh efficiently or tend to get stuck within the weighing equipment.

Instead of operating with one specific weight within the machine, a multihead weigher offers you the flexibility to program a variety of different weights within the weighing heads.

What About Integration?

You can use the machine as a stand-alone multihead weigher or it can be integrated into a production line so that you create a system that matches your exact requirements.

When you incorporate the weigher within a production line, you will need to consider the conveyor systems which will transport your product to the weighing machine and how the goods are moved to final packaging.

With these machines being specifically produced for the food sector, the hygienic design and use of stainless steel within the machine is guaranteed. The operating system can be adjusted so that it is both intelligent in its use, but also user-friendly during operation.

When you can explain details about your specific products and your precise requirements, we can direct you to the best Multihead Weigher among our range, so that you can introduce the most appropriate model into your production system.

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