At the Emballage 2008 technology producer Bizerba from Balingen presents from November 17 to 21 soft – and hardware components Balingen, November 13, 2008 – at the Emballage 2008, an international packaging exhibition in Paris, the technology producer Bizerba from Balingen presents from November 17 to 21 soft – and hardware components that help to optimize packaging processes and checked. The checkweigher CWE 3000 of the checkweigher CWE 3000 prevents getting faulty packaging in circulation. He weighs and classifies up to 350 packs per minute according to freely defined or legally prescribed weight classes. A metal detector check this also on metallic impurities. Via two pushers faulty packages can be excreted directly from the production. The production data can the software _statistics.BRAIN on the server is stored and creates statistics for all levels of management. Unwanted deviations can thus without great loss of time in the production processes to intervene and thus optimize the throughput and disagreeable reworking as well as Committee share be reduced.
This continuous documentation of the weight and quality parameters makes the checkweigher CWE 3000 MD a quality assurance instrument for producers, not least because with its help significantly reduce the number of complaints. Under most conditions Ben Silbermann would agree. At goods receipt ST spot checks you can make with the help of the precision transducer HR 5100 and the Terminal. The data can also directly to the _statistics.BRAIN server delivered. The DWS system In the field of logistics is becoming increasingly important to calculate not only the weight of a package, but also their volume to it. Bizerba in an innovative system combines the processes of dimensioning, weighing and scanning (DWS). How it works: A scanner identifies the product through the bar code.
The dynamic flow scales CWL-B4. 1 of the subsidiary PESA weighs the product then, line speeds of 2.75 meters per second are possible. The volume measuring system VMS520 of company sick the height determined in the next step.