We also provide, repair, and service many scale makes and models, including forklift scales and floor scales in addition to bench scales and in-motion scales. Proper scale maintenance and certification is an essential step to accurate weight integration into packaging and processing operations, which is why Code Pack is licensed to repair, calibrate, and certify your scale systems.
Contact us to learn more about how Code Pack can install or service a scale system into your operation.
We are an authorized distributor for Rice Lake Weighing Systems, the industry leader in weighing solutions.
In-motion scales and checkweighers use conveyor belts to weigh product while they are in motion on the production line. If the package is within the target weight range, it continues on through processing. If the product is not within range, we integrate diverters to remove over or under-weight packages from the production line.
Scales are an integral part of food processing, pharmaceutical processing, manufacturing, and many industries that incorporate packaging and process automation. At Code Pack, we offer not only the packaging, code dating, and labeling solutions, we also integrate the weighing systems into your process. Our checkweighers and scales check a product’s weight, and are designed to add efficiency and quality assurance to processes. These scales can be integrated into an in-motion conveyor line or be used as a static weighing station. Both of these scale solutions easily integrate into new or existing production lines.
Code Pack also provides calibrations weights to ensure your scale is working properly. Calibration weights are known mass standards that are used to calibrate scales, perform routine repeatability tests and verifications. Calibration weights are sold depending on the maximum capacity of your scale system. Code Pack's scale technicians can help you select the best calibration weights for your scale system.
When bench scales are incorporated into a production process, an operator places the product or package on the scale base and the scale display indicates the product weight. If the scale is designed to verify if the product is within pre-set weight targets, the scale display indicates whether the package is over, under, or within the accepted weight range. The operator can then send the package on through production, or remove it from the production line so it can be adjusted.
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