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New HI6800 Weight Controller

Weight-based Application Control
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STOCK | Inventory Management

Inventory management of raw materials and materials in flight during the manufacturing process is a challenge faced by many manufacturers. Using process weighing to manage the inventory of materials can improve accuracy and help deliver bottom line results.

Vessel & Silo Weighing

Weighing vessels and silos with legs in compression or suspended in tension is generally accepted as the most accurate and repeatable method to measure their contents, especially for inventory purposes.

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Bulk Bag Weighing

If your manufacturing process uses Intermediate Bulk Containers (IBC), ensuring the total weight of what may go in or what comes out of them is critical in today’s manufacturing environment. Government regulations and traceability are paramount. High resolution and fast update rates are needed to ensure precise cut-offs in the filling or dispensing processes to ensure accurate weighments.

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Level Measurement by Weight

Measuring level or inventory by weight is the most accurate technology. The weight is not affected by ingredients that foam or settle unevenly, by changes in density, internal mechanical bracing, or shape of the tank. Weight is weight, regardless of percent solids, bridging, rat holing, or whether your ingredient is conductive or sound absorbing.

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Level Control by Weight

In addition to level measurement, Hardy weight instrumentation can also maintain a level or level range in a vessel. For example, a “low” setpoint can initiate a refill of the vessel so as not to run short of the material while a deadband or second “high” setpoint ensures a high level or illuminates an overfill condition, even while its contents are in motion.

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Throughput Weighing (Totalizing)

Whether you are working with solids, liquids, or gases, weighing provides accurate and repeatable results allowing you to know how much of that material is still on hand and how much has been used. The container receiving the material can range from small cans, bottles, or bags to silos, trucks, railroad cars, barges, or ships.

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