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- The checkweigher is a dynamic weighing system in a high-speed production line. It can realize high-precision weight detection and automatically reject products that are too light or too heavy and do not meet the production requirements.Some functional advantages of SYNDAR's automatic checkweigher:1. Products with different weights need to be divided according to specifications.2. Adjust the filling volume through the checkweigher to reduce the waste of expensive products.3. It is necessary to measure, calculate and evaluate the production efficiency of the production line.4. Detect whether there are missing parts in the produced product to ensure the integrity of the product.5. It can detect whether there are missing instructions, manuals and other necessary packaging in the product packaging. 6. Ensure that the product quality and net content meet the requirements of laws and regulations.The automatic checkweigher is convenient for users to improve the packaging and filling process. The scope of application of the automatic weight sorter This product is suitable for the weight detection of large weight and large volume items, especially for the detection of missing items in the whole box.Navigation
- The difference between dynamic checkweigher and static checkweigherCheckweigher is a kind of automatic checkweighing equipment widely used in the production line of pharmaceutical, food, chemical and other industries. It can detect overweight and underweight unqualified products in the production line in real time online. The weighing methods of weighing equipment are divided into dynamic and static weighing methods. What is the difference between them, let's understand together below:
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