Sartorius WM In-Motion Checkweigher
For in-line quality assurance, this Sartorius checkweigher allows you to weigh in motion to check weights and features classification options. The dynamic weighing modules of the WM Series provide the engineering flexibility you need to customize the infeed and outfeed of the samples and products to be weighed in order to meet the specific needs of the customer. In addition, data (measured values or control signals) can be evaluated by a PC or PLC.
Especially for small and medium-size enterprises, production-line quality assurance is becoming increasingly important.
Certainly time is money. In the past, though, the necessarily high initial capital outlays have kept any companies from automating.
Understandably, the integration of weighing modules into an existing production process often appeared to be an insurmountable hurdle.
If you agree with the above, our solution may well change your opinion, because Sartorius WM weighing modules can take that hurdle in stride.
This Sartorius checkweigher is standardized to the greatest possible extent, but still flexible enough for application-specific customization.
WM – Weighing in Motion. Decision bases for complete objectivity.
We have flexible, individual solutions to offer for any and all needs and purposes.
All that is missing is the cost barrier that tends to come with customized approaches.
Compact WM weighing modules from Sartorius give you access to a standardized, modular quality assurance system with an incomparable cost-benefit ratio – affordable access to dynamic quality control that fits your process to a T. Sartorius weighing modules are characterized by unbeatable measuring accuracy for individual-part monitoring as well as for fill-quantity and integrity checks.
Each WM weighing module is universally adaptable and accordingly flexible for integration into an existing production line.
Their straightforward, backlit displays and ease of operation ensure faultless evaluation and management of measured data with the help of a PC or some higher-order system. Downstream mechanical classifying and sorting systems are activated by appropriate signals. WM equates to effective, tireless quantity control all down the line.