Conveyorized Weigh Filler For Non-Free Flowing And Delicate Products

Conveyorized Weigh Filler For Non-Free Flowing And Delicate Products

09 Apr 2018 --- WeighPack introduces the C-10 to its PrimoLinear™ family of automatic linear net-weighing filling equipment, engineered specifically for limp, non-free flowing, and delicate products including coleslaw, cooked noodles, diced tomatoes, raw meat, and more.

The C-10 utilizes a system of motor-operated conveyor belts to gently transfer product from the hopper to the 10 liter pneumatically-actuated weigh bucket that it employs to dispense product into various package types.

The PrimoLinear™ C-10 system can be customized for semi-automatic or fully automatic dispensing cycles with single-lane or dual-lane functionality, dependent upon the performance speed required. To the benefit of food producers, the PrimoLinear™ C-10 is designed with an open frame leaving no small crevices for bacteria to develop and drastically reduces cleaning time between production runs.

The PrimoLinear™ C-10 comes standard with an IP-65 mounted digital camera for online service support along with a Windows operating system enabling users to gather real-time reporting data and production analytics as well as remote control capabilities.

Source: Weighpack Systems

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