At ProMat, WIPOTEC to Showcase Sophisticated Triple-Scale Catchweigher

At ProMat, WIPOTEC to Showcase Sophisticated Triple-Scale Catchweigher

WIPOTEC, a leading manufacturer and supplier of precision in-motion weighing, track and trace/anti-counterfeiting solutions and X-Ray scanning equipment, will showcase its state-of-the-art triple-scale catchweigher at ProMat, Booth #S-237, March 20-23 in Chicago. The company’s HC-FL-T 2 Triple Scale Catchweigher combines three hardware scales into six virtual ones, each capable of operating independently – a feature permitting product gaps as narrow as 10” (250mm).

The HC-FL-T 2’s triple scale design delivers a 60% throughput increase at the same speed as a double scale design, while guaranteeing first-class performance and durability. Depending on product length, the triple scale catchweigher can weigh as many as three products simultaneously. The HC-FL-T can accurately weigh up to 19,000 parcels/hr at transport speeds up to 3.4 m/s (670 ft/min). The use of a high-tech electro-magnetic force restoration (EMFR) weigh cell delivers NTEP weighing accuracy of 50g even when running at top speed.

Also at ProMat, WIPOTEC will tout its recently introduced predictive maintenance functions for its line of high-precision catchweighers. The analytics-driven solution allows parcel processors to proactively predict when its catchweighers will need maintenance, resulting in well-planned tune-ups that minimize downtime.

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