The operator simply enters set-point 1 (dribble flow) weight and set-point 2 (target weight) shy of the target allowing product in motion to be weighed. The operator then places the container on the fill platform under the fill nozzle and presses the start button. At this time, the scale automatically tares the weight of the container. The drip pan retracts and the nozzle descends approximately 2″ into the opening of the container. When the container reaches the set-point 1 weight, the product flow decreases to increase accuracy. When the container reaches set-point 2 shut-off weight, the nozzle closes and rises. When the fill head reaches top position, the drip pan will extend to catch any product or residue from the lance. The operator pushes the container off the roller platform conveyor and places another container for filling.
- Infeed Discharge Conveyor: 4 ft. to 10ft gravity conveyor suggested for sustained use to ease loading and discharging of filled containers;
- Stainless Steel frame;
- Coatings available: two part epoxy spray coated or Steelit paint;
- Explosion proof electrics for use in hazardous environments. NEC classifications, Class 1, Div. 1, Groups C&D. Class 11, Div. 1, Groups E,F&G Class III;
- Operator splash guard;
- Fume covers;
- Several printers are available for labels, cards and tape. Various printers offer features including net, gross and tare values as well as batch time and accumulation information.