3 Ways to Achieve Safe Precision Weighing - METTLER TOLEDO

3 Ways to Achieve Safe Precision Weighing

Weighing with high accuracy and tight tolerances has often been challenging in hazardous areas due to accuracy limits of certified scales. In our new video, discover 3 solutions for safe and accurate weighing in Zone 1/21 and 2/22, Division 1 and 2.


 

Safe Hazardous Areas
Safe Hazardous Areas
3 Ways to Achieve Safe Precision Weighing
Safe Hazardous Areas

In the past, high-precision weighing in hazardous areas was a challenge. Today, however, ICS4_6x scales offer you the highest weighing accuracy in Zone 1/21, Division 1. When tolerances are tight, these scales consistently deliver precise and accurate results without compromising safety. Our new video shows various installations and how you can optimize processes in hazardous areas. 


Simple, easy operation

ICS426x
scales are developed for easy installation and maintenance in hazardous areas. Thanks to their compact design, these scales are easy to manage and operate. An intuitive user interface ensures quick and secure handling of even the most complex weighing applications.

3 Ways to Achieve Safe Precision Weighing
Safe Hazardous Areas



Versatile & flexible

ICS4_6x scales can be easily configured for ergonomic and efficient operation in hazardous areas. The colorWeight® functionality of the ICS466x improves speed and control of weighing tasks by immediately indicating if a result is within tolerance. Improve dispensing efficiency by easily managing two weighing platforms with one terminal. 

3 Ways to Achieve Safe Precision Weighing
Safe Hazardous Areas

Accurate, efficient filling


PBK9
bench and PFK9 floor scales provide the precision and ultra-fast measurement update rates required for hazardous-area filling and dosing. Combine them with the IND570xx or IND560x weighing terminals to easily configure fully automated processes. Use communication modules such as ACM500 to connect to a PC, PLC or printer in the safe area.  

Whatever option you choose, you are sure to reach your goal of safe, accurate hazardous-area weighing.

 

     
     
     
     
     
     
     
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