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Save on costs – But never on quality

28 September 2010

Visit OCS Checkweighers, hall 5a, stand D113 at Salon d’Emballage 2010. Stand highlights include; the NEW EC-ESSENTIAL Checkweigher, LIVE machine demonstrations (including X-Ray) as well as first hand application advice from our dedicated experts.

The new EC-ESSENTIAL checkweigher is specially designed to serve standard market level requirements up to 150 ppm. Constructed from stainless steel and benefitting from the integration of many OCS high-quality components, it guarantees a new dimension in proven precision, quality and reliability for these standard applications.

Fitted with an 8” colour touch screen, line synchronisation for ease of integration and an air-blast device for rejecting incorrect weights (other rejection devices available) the system is available in three different weighing ranges.
Production data can be captured and transmitted by several interfaces or simply saved to a USB stick at the machine.

OCS is well known for their commitment to offer long lasting high quality inspection systems that provide precise and reliable results.


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