Fill-To-Weight Auger Fillers

Fill-To-Weight.

Fill-To-Weight auger fillers are used when a specific, verified, weighed quantity of product is to be dispensed. Models include scales and load cell components to determine an accurate weight reading before, during, and after each fill cycle. Accessories, such as bag clamps, roller conveyors, and lifts are implemented according to specific requirements and constraints. Sophisticated feedback/feedforward controls allow for fill volume adjustment, error correction, and accept/reject tolerance control.

Model BS-600 Box Filling System

The Model BS Box Filling System fills large boxes with product. This is a “bulk and dribble” application. When the empty box is in place, a tare weight is established. A pneumatic lift then lifts the empty box from the scale to its bulk-fill position. A bottom-up fill occurs, ensuring that the amount of dust caused by product in motion will be minimized.

A dust hood is also provided to assist in dust control. As the bulk fill is in progress, the lift lowers to the scale at a slower speed. A bulk weight is taken at the scale. The lift then raises back up and the bottom-up dribble fill commences. The lift again lowers to the scale, and a final weight is taken. If it is underweight, a second dribble fill occurs. The scale also has a “real-time” weight function to guarantee flexibility and accuracy.

Model BS-600 Pouch Filling System

Our Model BS Pouch Filling System fills small pouches with product. This is a “bulk and dribble” application. The operator attaches the small pouch onto a mounting clip. When the empty pouch is in place, a tare weight is established. A pneumatic lift then lifts the empty pouch from the scale to its bulk-fill position (Approximately 1″). A bottom-up fill occurs, ensuring that the amount of dust caused by product in motion will be minimized. As the bulk fill is in progress, the lift lowers to the scale at a slower speed. A bulk weight is taken at the scale. The lift then raises back up and the bottom-up dribble fill commences. The lift again lowers to the scale, and a final weight is taken. If it is underweight, a second dribble fill occurs. The scale also has a “real-time” weight function to guarantee flexibility and accuracy.

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