New heavy-duty weighfeeder

Siemens Industry Automation Division has developed a new heavy-duty weighfeeder for high capacities up to 800 t/h. ­The Sitrans WW300 weighfeeder provides consistent and accurate results in the control of continuous in-line weighing and feeding applications. The area of application ranges from agricultural up to the cement industry. The ultra-sensitive load cells provide high weighing accuracy for optimizing blend consistencies and accountability. The patented, virtually maintenance-free “unibody design” provides ample room and easy accessibility. This allows easy inspection, cleanout and belt...

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