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Payment Scales


Our Accuweigh® series of conveyor belt scales have been designed for applications where the highest achievable accuracy is demanded. These are in use worldwide, on almost every Product and Capacity.

The available weigh frame formats include:

  • Counter-Balanced, Single Weigh Idler
  • Counter-Balanced, Dual Weigh Idler
  • Counter-Balanced, Four Weigh Idler
  • Counter-Balanced, Six Weigh Idler

These rugged scales, proven in the tough Mining Industry, eliminate disputes between cost centres, earning it the nickname “The Argument Stopper”.

The Accuweigh® weigh frame(s) incorporate a long, low-deflection type weigh bridge offering extended scale-born time to minimise the effects of dynamic forces, belt tension variations, as well as material particle size effects. The Accuweigh® Scale is available in weigh spans (lengths) of 1 through 6 weighing idlers.

The Counter-Balanced design of the Accuweigh® weigh frame removes the dead weight (conveyor belt, idlers and weigh bridge) from the load cell. The load cell capacity is sized to measure only the material on the belt, thereby providing greatly improved weight resolution (up to 10 times over non counter-balanced systems!). The stainless steel load cell is mechanically protected against overload and shock.

An “On-Board” calibration reference weight provides a safe, quick and convenient means to check the scale calibration. This Calibration reference is easily and safely operated – either manually or automatically. The conveyor speed is measured by our all digital, high-resolution, PT-500 tachometer. A Drive Assembly (TDU) is available to simplify attachment of the speed sensor to the conveyor. Signal processing is performed by our UNIPRO® weighing transmitter.



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