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Compact weigh module with ultra-precision to boot

In-process control and embedded weighing is now possible in any critical instrument or system operation with WMC weigh modules from Mettler Toledo (Columbus, OH). The instruments are claimed to be the smallest high-precision weighing sensors in the world, measuring just one inch in width.

PlasticsToday Staff

March 21, 2011

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Compact weigh module with ultra-precision to boot

In-process control and embedded weighing is now possible in any critical instrument or system operation with WMC weigh modules from Mettler Toledo (Columbus, OH). The instruments are claimed to be the smallest high-precision weighing sensors in the world, measuring just one inch in width.

NF_110314_WMCWeighModule_lo_res.jpgThe sensors can resolve 2,000,000 divisions with highest precision and quick stabilization. Compact size, rugged design and direct connectivity are also said to offer flexible integration in checkweighing and dispensing applications in laboratory and production environments. The sensors can be integrated as single units or as parallel weighing arrays and achieve highest throughput. Applications include: machinery for manufacturing and assembly such as testing quality control systems, parts handling and assembly systems; machinery for packaging and filling bottles and other small volume-filling systems, inspection, detecting and quality control systems; and laboratory automation systems. —[email protected]

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