Maximise productivity with process weighing systems

Load cell implementation

Design and installation

Software integration

Powerful solutions to improve your weighing accuracy

Process weighing systems provide a powerful solution to improving weighing accuracy, removing manual weighing errors and increasing the overall speed of your weighing operations.

From cleanroom to hazardous area weighing, our in-house team of multi-disciplinary process weighing engineers project manage, design, and install systems that support all applications cross-industry.

Working alongside process engineers and system integrators, we can also incorporate systems into wider processes to deliver full turnkey solutions for your exacting requirements.

Range of supported applications

  • Basic level control

  • Stock control

  • Inventory control

  • Batching, blending and mixing

  • Recipe formulation

  • Loss in weight

  • Bullk discharge weighing

  • Filling and decanting

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From misreading of results, recording results incorrectly, to a momentary lapse of attention, human error in manufacturing is so widespread that it is the cause of 80% of failures and defects1, 23% of unplanned downtime2 and can account for almost 11% of product wastage3.  We asked our team of regional weighing experts to highlight the impact of human error and how processes and technology can help to mitigate risks.

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Enhance Overall Equipment Effectiveness (OEE) through weighing best practices

With equipment failures costing manufacturers circa £186,000 per hour1, one key solution to the mounting challenge is to evaluate and mitigate any weaknesses originating from critical production-line assets to reduce downtime and cost. Using the productivity framework of Overall Equipment Effectiveness (OEE), we highlight how weighing best practices can be implemented to improve availability, performance and quality loss to significantly enhance efficiencies along your up and downstream weighing processes.

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Expert opinions: How IIoT technologies in weighing are addressing today’s production challenges

With ongoing reports of labour shortages and the rising costs of raw materials hitting production lines cross-industry, access to data via IIoT (Industrial Internet of Things) technologies offer invaluable insight to help manufacturers automate and drive efficiencies.  As we celebrate our 50th anniversary and look to the future, Simon Hyde, Senior Engineer, explains how IIoT-enabled data capture and analysis are revolutionising traditional weighing processes and their role in addressing today’s manufacturing challenges.

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