IN-LINE elevator scales
Today, we can observe an increased demand for in-line elevator scales in the market, it is possible to choose the proper equipment of this type, taking into account certain issues. By using such devices, the consumption of different bulk materials is effectively controlled, which are dosed more accurately.
On top of that you can always use a special gate valve as a kind of distributor. As soon as the specified settings are achieved, the flow of bulk materials stops automatically. In-line elevator scales are currently used in a wide variety of industrial fields.
Most often they are used:
- where the processing of various goods is required;
- in the food industry to comply with the distribution of individual components; in the process of manufacturing building materials; in the chemical industry
Advantades of elevator scales
It is in the State Register of Measuring Instruments
High resistance to abrasion
Control of the production process with the help of special software
Capacity from 25 to 400 tons per hour
The device is pre-calibrated and tested at the factory
The error is 0.5-2%
The possibility of operating the equipment at temperatures from -30 to +40°C
The possibility of manufacturing in explosion-proof design
Operation principle of elevator scales
In order to make the weighing of the required bulk volume, a continuous batcher consistently determines the characteristics of the centrifugal force arising from the contact of the goods with the platform. The special shape allows you to accurately reflect the results of weighing on the monitor, which takes only a few minutes. In order to take the readings of indicators of centrifugal force as clearly as possible, a special sensor is used installed on the base of the tray in Weighing Equipment Works.
The received information is carefully processed, after which it is transmitted to the weight controller. The universal software for the continuous batcher makes it possible to get an accurate result even with the rapid change of goods on the platform.
The main benefits of in-line elevator scales
Weighing Equipment Works produces scales that have a high level of reliability so you can weigh any bulk goods, taking into account all the data thanks to the software. It also allows you to print reports and other documents as may be necessary.
Model range of elevator scales
Minimum capacity, tons per hour 1
Maximum capacity, tons per hour 25
Overall dimensions of the primary strain gauge transducer, max, mm 371x371x255
The mass of the primary strain gauge transducer, max, kg 18
In-line scales - LDND-P bulk materials batcher is used for automatic continuous monitoring of the mass flow of granular, powdery and pulverized bulk materials in a free flowing stream. When installing an additional valve, this type of in-line scales performs the function of a batcher, blocking the flow when a set dose of material is achieved. The main application fields are processing, food, chemical industries and production of building materials.
Advantages of in-line scales:
- Extremely high accuracy - from 0.5 to 2%;
- The best price-quality ratio on the Russian market;
- High reliability of the scales;
- Weighing of almost all bulk materials in a free flowing stream;
- The supply capacity of software to account the work of scales and print out various reports;
- Sticking of the product does not affect the measurement system;
- High resistance to abrasion effect;
- Data transfer to the Process Control System of the company is possible;
- Easy to maintain;
- The possibility of using the scales as a batcher, dosing a given amount of material, or maintaining the required flow (optional);
- The possible production of stainless steel elements in contact with the material (optional);
- The possible production of explosion-proof design (optional).
The fundamental functionality of in-line scales:
- special software gives an opportunity to control the production process (optional);
- measurement and display of the current material consumption;
- product accounting;
- flow control by means of an adjustable valve (optional);
- dosing (due to a controlled valve blocking the flow when a set dose is achieved);
- output to external circuits of a signal that the weight has reached the set value.