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OCS Checkweighers Unveil World First In Optical Controls At IFFA

03 May 2016

The weighing and inspection specialist OCS Checkweighers will be introducing an exclusive new machine at this year's IFFA exhibition. The checkweighers and x-ray scanners in the comprehensive ‘Food’ product portfolio have a new addition; a unique combination of x-ray detector and optical product controls. 

The SC-V model combines the established high quality x-ray technology from OCS with additional optical control systems in one space-saving unit. This enables a scanner, in addition to reliable foreign body detection, to record barcodes, nutritional values, or expiration dates from multiple directions. Both inspection units are easily and conveniently controlled via one single HMI.

The successful integration of both quality control features in one stainless steel, curtain-free machine represents OCS Checkweighers’ latest pioneering contribution to compact design. In 2011, the company introduced the SC-W product series – the world's first space-saving combination of x-ray and precision weighing technologies in one, reliable, double-track, high-tech machine with a modular, hygienic design.

OCS Checkweighers will be proudly presenting a wide range of x-ray scanners and dynamic checkweighers for nearly every industrial application at their stand at IFFA 2016.  

Come and visit us at IFFA - Hall 11, Stand B 51


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