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Micro and Tote Batching Systems

November 19, 2019
Sterling Systems & Controls Inc. introduces customized ingredient batching systems.
Sterling Systems & Controls Inc. introduces customized ingredient batching systems.

Sterling Systems & Controls Inc. introduces customized ingredient batching systems. Each automatic micro and tote batching system is custom designed and manufactured to meet the specific needs and requirements of the customer. 

These systems typically include supply bins, feeders, work platforms, automatic or manual bin refilling, liquid tank/pump skid equipment, and the dry and liquid dosing automatic control system. Optional equipment may include raw material bag lift handling equipment, dust collection/control for high dust dry materials, batch material conveying equipment (such as mechanical drag conveyor), lot tracking and traceability, barcode scanning, and RFID scanning. Other customized options can also be included.

Micro weighing systems have scale weighments up to around 50 lb. Larger weighments are known as minor (50 to 150 lb) and major (> 150 lb). Often a combination of micro, minor, and major weighments are included in a customized micro ingredient material weighing system. High accuracy can be attained--to within 0.001 lb or 0.5 g is possible--depending on applications. Liquid dosing includes high accuracy Coriolis flow metering devices and pumping systems.

Sterling Systems & Controls, Sterling, IL 815-625-0852 www.sterlingcontrols.com

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Sterling Systems and Controls, Inc.