The M-Check RF8 is an all-purpose checkweigher specifically designed to deal with wet as well as dry food products. The checkweigher fits into most production lines either as an end-of-line or process application for weighing sealed or non-sealed packages. The M-Check RF8 is available with and without metal detection.
- Open construction and sealed bearing houses ensuring a high hygienic standard
- Quick release of band
- Possible to adjust band without the use of tools
- Available with or without metal detection
- Connects to the Innova software for complete production monitoring and control
- Access to all information (throughput, weight distribution, etc.) while running
- Variable belt speeds to suit each product in different production lines
- Support left-hand or right-hand flow directions to suit the individual plant layout
Integrated Reject Units
This general reject device is useful for packages of many different types, and can be adjusted to suit the capacity of the individual processing line.
Performance: up to 280 items/minute.
This reject device gently pulls packages off the line.
Performance: up to 120 items/minute.
3 kg/1,0 g & 6 kg/2,0 g
900 - 2600 mm
800 - 1100 mm +/- 50 mm
230 or 350 mm
The checkweighing software controls the weighed items and classifies them as either "accept" or "reject".
Packages can be rejected due to:
- not weighed
- metal contamination
Feedback software for trend regulation is used to adjust the average weight, either upwards or downwards. The feedback software is available for either automatic or manual trend regulation.
The Marel checkweigher series are designed for close integration with Innova, Marel's intelligent production control software, which provides a complete monitoring of the throughput and enables users to carry out online production control.
The Innova check weighing module makes it possible to report on portion sizes, weight distribution and give-away. Furthermore Innova check weighing allows sharing grading programmes between more checkweighers
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