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FAQ Appropriate test mass for belt scale calibration

11/21/2018
ID: 109762400
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FAQ Constant speed belt and need for speed senor

11/21/2018
ID: 109762397
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FAQ Damaged load cell replacement

11/21/2018
ID: 109762398
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FAQ Milltronics MSI turndown ratios

For products: 7MH7122-.....-..
11/27/2015
ID: 109481256
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11/27/2015
ID: 109481255
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FAQ Information needed for belt scale quote

For products: 7MH7122-.....-..
11/27/2015
ID: 109481254
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FAQ What is the maximum gap between the SITRANS WD600 and the existing slider belt supports?

Problem/FAQ: What is the maximum gap between the WD600 and the existing slider belt supports? ...

01/30/2015
ID: 109112556
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FAQ Scale idler sitting lower than approach and retreat idlers

Question: After reviewing our belt scale installation it was found that the scale idler was sitting lower than the approach and retreat idlers, what effect does this have to the accuracy of the system. ...

For products: 7MH7126-....
10/17/2012
ID: 65080961
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FAQ How can I offer a beltscale for a budgetary proposal and make sure it can't be ordered until properly sized and engineered?

QUESTION: How can I offer a beltscale for a budgetary proposal and make sure it can't be ordered until properly sized and engineered? ANSWER: When supplying the beltscale part number for a budgetary quote, omit the loadcells in the part number by selecting option code '0' (not specified) in position 11. This produces a part number that is not valid in SAP and any attempt to order will be blocked pending completion of the sizing. ...

For products: 7MH7122-.....-..
07/28/2011
ID: 51812614
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FAQ The temperature rating lists an operating range and a compensated temperature range. What is the difference?

QUESTION: The temperature rating lists an operating range and a compensated temperature range. What is the difference? ANSWER: The specification for the operating range is the temperature that the load cells will operate in. The compensated range is the temperature within which the accuracy of the belt scale is guaranteed. ...

04/17/2008
ID: 29059088
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FAQ Can the width of the WD600 be adjusted to install the device in non-standard sized conveyors?

QUESTION: Can the width of the WD600 be adjusted to install the device in non-standard sized conveyors? ANSWER: The WD600 weigh bridge is mounted on brackets with adjustment slots for alignment. The scale can be installed in a conveyor with outer frame dimensions of belt width plus 2.63' (67 mm) to a maximum of belt width plus 4.13' (105 mm). ...

04/17/2008
ID: 29059177
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FAQ Where is the WD600 most often applied?

QUESTION: Where is the WD600 most often applied? ANSWER: The WD600 is most often applied in the food, pharmaceutical and tobacco industries. It is a light- to medium-duty belt scale that is available for flat profiled belts only. Its corrosion-resistant components along with minimal product buildup areas make it the best choice for these industries. ...

04/17/2008
ID: 29059031
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FAQ Why is it useful to have longer retention time of the measured material on the weighing area?

QUESTION: Why is it useful to have longer retention time of the measured material on the weighing area? ANSWER: The longer the belt scale is measuring the weight of the material, the more accurate it will be. When the material is weighed for a longer period of time, the measured weight is averaged more often and the scale yields higher accuracy. ...

04/17/2008
ID: 29057268
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FAQ What is meant by a drop-in weigh bridge?

QUESTION: What is meant by a drop-in weigh bridge? ANSWER: The weigh bridge of the WD600 can be removed without using tools or making mechanical changes to the scale. The bridge lifts off the mounts and can be removed quickly and easily for cleaning and inspection. When inserting the weigh bridge back into place, it is almost as easy as 'dropping it in'. ...

04/17/2008
ID: 29059091
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FAQ Of what type of stainless steel are the WD600's components made?

QUESTION: Of what type of stainless steel are the WD600's components made? ANSWER: All WD600 belt scales are made with 304 (1.4301) stainless steel. ...

04/17/2008
ID: 29059286
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FAQ What type of maintenance is required for a WD600?

QUESTION: What type of maintenance is required for a WD600? ANSWER: With no moving or rotating parts, the WD600 is virtually maintenance-free. Complete periodic cleaning and inspection to ensure that no debris is lodged under the load cell as this could reduce deflection and consequently weighing accuracy. ...

04/17/2008
ID: 29058754
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FAQ What does a 4 to 1 operating range mean?

QUESTION: What does a 4 to 1 operating range mean? ANSWER: A 4:1 operating range means the scale will perform accurately and repeatedly from 100% of its designed capacity to 25% of its designed capacity. ...

04/17/2008
ID: 29058773
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FAQ What approvals are available for the WD600?

QUESTION: What approvals are available for the WD600? ANSWER: The WD600 is CE approved and also meets FDA and USDA requirements for food processing. ...

04/17/2008
ID: 29056539
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FAQ In what application would I use a nickel-plated steel load cell? In what application would I use a stainless steel load cell?

QUESTION: In what application would I use a nickel-plated steel load cell? In what application would I use a stainless steel load cell? ANSWER: Typically food and pharmaceutical applications require the equipment to be washed and cleaned on a regular basis. The stainless steel option will be far more suited to this type of environment. The nickel-plated steel version is more suited for industrial products and non-sanitary plant conditions. ...

04/17/2008
ID: 29059086
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FAQ What are UHMW slider pads?

QUESTION: What are UHMW slider pads? ANSWER: UHMW or ultra high molecular weight slider pads are white polyethylene belt supports. The unique properties of UHMW allow for very low friction between the belt and pads. The UMHW material is light-weight, reducing tare load and is very durable for many years of service. ...

04/17/2008
ID: 29058779
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