Press Release Summary:
Hardy HI 6600 modular sensor system is designed for applications where multiple weight processors are required. Featuring pre-programmed applications, HI 1756-nDF for ControlLogix and HI 3010 Filler/Dispenser can be incorporated into standalone systems or connected to host PC, PLC, and PAC. Automated checkweighing system, HI 4050CW, performs packaging application quality inspection:Â verifying contents, checking tolerances, identifying parts, classifying product, or checking overload safety.
Original Press Release:
Hardy Process Solutions Offers Filling, Dispensing & Check Weighing Applications
PACK EXPO, BOOTH #8248 Las Vegas, CA --- Whether working with solids, liquids or gases, Hardy Process Solutions provides accurate and repeatable weighing solutions for filling, dispensing and check weighing.
Filling consists of putting material on or into the scale as a gain-in-weight process. The container receiving the material can range from small cans, bottles or bags to silos, trucks, or railroad cars. Gain-in-weight systems use load points (load cells and mounting hardware) or platform scales to weigh the material being received into a container. An empty container is placed on the scale and its weight is tared, so that only the net weight of the material going into the container is displayed. Hardy weight controllers and dispenser/fillers open and close the vessels’ discharge gates while weighing the addition of the ingredients. Conveyors are often used to move receiving containers through the process.
Filling Instrumentation and Control
Hardy industrial weighing instruments for filling include weight, and rate controllers.The new Hardy HI 6600 modular sensor system is designed for any application where multiple weight processors are required, such as multi-head fillers. Fast, high-resolution updates keep the filler from slowing down when multiple weight readings are communicated to the control systems.
The Hardy HI 1756-nDF for ControlLogix and the HI 3010 Filler/Dispenser both have the applications pre-programmed. They can be incorporated into standalone systems or connected to host computers (PC), Programmable Logic Controllers (PLCs) and Programmable Automation Controllers (PACs. Hardy rate controllers can also be used to control or monitor the rate of flow of material and batch ingredients.
Check Weighing (static/dynamic)
An automated checkweighing system such as the HI 4050CW performs quality inspection for a wide variety of packaging applications including verifying package contents, checking product tolerances, identifying parts, classifying product or checking for overload safety. Usually the check weighing station is an inspection station after the packaging (Pack) process. Important reasons to use a check weighing system are increased accuracy, increased line speed, quality control, and to meet government regulations. Check weighing system controls range from manual to fully automatic
About Hardy Process Solutions
Hardy Process Solutions has established itself as an industry leader in the weighing automation world by providing highly accurate precision measurements, while seamlessly integrating process weight signals into a plant control system. At Hardy, we believe that industrial weighing solutions should be EASY to engineer and operate. We believe that simplicity delivers the LOWEST TOTAL COST to own. That’s why our solutions are EASIER to install, integrate, commission, diagnose and maintain in all four areas of the supply chain.
1. STOCK - accurate weight and level measurement/monitoring
2. MAKE - adaptable weight & rate material feed measurement/control
3. PACK - for robust rate & weight feed measurement/control
4. SHIP - off-the-shelf static and dynamic check weighing solutions
Want MORE PRODUCTIVITY at the LEAST TOTAL COST to own? Call Hardy to discover how Today! For further information, visit the Hardy Process Solutions website at www.hardysolutions.com, call 858-278-2900 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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