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Weighers & Feeders

Product considerations for vibratory feeding and conveying

Jan. 17, 2024
Technological advancements and an increasing shift toward automation have made vibratory feeders and conveyors more applicable than ever across nearly all industries.
For tanks, vessels, mixers or reactors, a typical weighing system configuration for a hazardous area uses intrinsically safe barriers to prevent energy and current from instruments in the safe area from crossing over to low-energy equipment in the hazardous area.
Weighers & Feeders

Weighing considerations for hazardous areas

July 16, 2018
Hazardous area classifications are crucial to designing safety into weighing system components with an appropriate level of protection for different applications.
All images courtesy of BISON
Weighers & Feeders

Application Note: Optimizing container loads

March 14, 2018
How a fish oil processor reduced its shipping costs by 10 percent
Weight calibration has changed. Weighing dates back more than 4,000 years, when merchants used balances to compare the weight of their product to known weights so they could sell their products in bulk. All graphics courtesy of Siemens
Weighers & Feeders

Modern weighing instruments offer flexibility in integration and application

Oct. 11, 2017
Smaller size and increased communication capabilities make today’s weighing modules versatile for modern manufacturing processes.
Image 1. Microfeeder. All graphics courtesy of Coperion K-Tron USA
Weighers & Feeders

Defining feeder accuracy for continuous processing

May 12, 2017
At the heart of each operation is the loss-in-weight feeder.
Figure 1. Typical dilute-phase positive pressure system | All graphics courtesy of Coperion K-Tron USA

Dense-phase conveying

March 29, 2017
Safe, efficient and gentle transfer for a wide variety of ingredients