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APW process weighers supplied to Egypt

03 July 2012

With a reputation for providing precision and versatile throughput weighing solutions in the flour milling sector, Nottingham based Chronos BTH has supplied more of their CHRONO-WEIGH™ APW process weighers to a milling complex in Egypt.

A total of seven (7) CHRONO-WEIGH APW process weighers of the latest 3 loadcell design have been installed to provide a variety of roles within this milling complex; from first break weighing through to flour blending. These process weighers form an integral part of the weighing and packaging equipment that have been installed by Chronos BTH.

A CHRONO-BULK AW/VW weigher controlled by a PC456i controller is providing bulk intake weighing of grain into the milling complex. Downstream of the milling process a CHRONO-FILL™ K4.2 Carousel packing system with RV packer is providing high speed flour packing, at rates matched to the output of the mill.

The order was secured by Issam Baydoun based in Jordan and comprises of equipment supplied from various Chronos BTH manufacturing locations around the world.

All APW Weighers are designed for simple integration into new or existing mills and are capable of freestanding operation. APWs can also be interfaced with any mill control system and their compact design, features integral feedgate and discharge doors.

Chronos BTH Limited incorporates Richard Simon Limited, Verville and Premier Tech Chronos - America for European spares, refurbishments, service, installation and commissioning.


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