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    POWTECH 2004: Sartorius AG

    Sartorius Combics: Flexible Solutions for Industrial Weighing Applications –
    Now Also for Hazardous Areas in the Pharmaceutical and Chemical Industries

    The Combics series from Sartorius is a new and innovative family of weighing equipment for use in industry, which now offers a wide selection of EX-certified stainless steel Combics platforms and an intelligent Combics EX weighing indicator. The modular design of Combics equipment means users can select the weighing capacities and resolutions they need. Weighing platforms are available in a broad range of sizes, and scale operators can choose whether the equipment is used to weigh, count, fill, batch, checkweigh, formulate or classify materials.

    The variety of equipment offering custom combinations makes the Combics ideal for use in the food, chemical and pharmaceutical industries, as well as in the metal-working and electronics industries. Rugged, reliable and easy
    to clean, Combics meets all the prerequisites for long-term use as inspection, measuring and test equipment.

    Numerous Possibilities in Hazardous Areas
    For weighing applications in hazardous areas, Combics also offers ATEX-compliant equipment for a number of applications. For use in Zones 1 and 21 (explosive gas and dust atmospheres, ATEX: II 2 GD), the Combics series now includes a broad spectrum of EX-certified stainless steel platforms and an intelligent Combics EX weighing indicator. The new indicator features a wide variety of options for combination with additional products of the Sartorius Group (such as load cells), high operating convenience and adaptability to meet different conditions of use. Generating the paperwork to certify a system containing components from the Combics EX series is simplified by the verification documents for intrinsic safety, which are part of the standard equipment supplied for Combics EX units. Most standard equipment of the Combics family can also be operated in Zones 2 and 22 (ATEX: II 3 GD) using an option.

    Wide Range of Capacities with High Resolution
    Complete Sartorius Combics scales offer weighing capacities from 3 to
    3,000 kg. Verified models of accuracy class III have resolutions of 3000e and 2 x 3,000e (2 weighing ranges). Resolutions of 15,000d and 30,000d are available for scales not used in legal metrology.

    Galvanized and Painted Steel or Stainless Steel
    The Combics series offers a choice of finishes, for optimum adaptability to special conditions. Complete scales are available in galvanized or painted steel versions and with industrial protection rated to IP65 or IP67. Load plates are supplied in a choice of painted steel or stainless steel. Moreover, the stainless steel load plate can be ordered with a brushed, electropolished or tread plate finish. Weighing platforms are also manufactured in a choice of AISI 304 or AISI 316 Ti stainless steel.

    High-Contrast Display and State-of-the-Art Keypad
    Combics indicators can be installed on the scale or operated separately, and can be ordered with a column or separate wall-mounting brackets. With
    20-millimeter characters and amber backlighting, the high-contrast display sets a new standard for excellent readability and wide viewing angle. Large
    keys with positive click action let users work with confidence. A number of essential functions have been programmed for one-key activation, such as toggling the display between gross and net values, increasing the resolution 10-fold, and toggling the weight unit. Furthermore, the alphanumeric keys simplify data input.

    User Friendly Operation
    The intuitive user interface makes it easy to run the application programs that come with the Combics, which include counting, checkweighing, classification into 3 or 5 classes, totalizing, net-total formulation, neutral measurement, weighing in percent, and animal weighing. Special LEDs provide quick response in showing results; external displays with color-coded indicators can be connected as well. Combics interfaces can also be used to connect a bar code scanner, or even a second scale for exact calculation of reference sample weights.

    Customer-specific printouts can be stored – even printers verifiable for
    Legal metrology can be connected. Special features enable data storage in accordance with regulations governing legal metrology.
    An RS-232C data interface is included as standard equipment, and additional interfaces are available on request. Application programs are configured directly on the indicator.

    (This is a translation of the original German-language press release. Sartorius shall not assume any liability for the correctness of this translation. The original German press release is the legally binding version. Furthermore, Sartorius reserves the right not to be responsible for the topicality, correctness, completeness or quality of the information provided. Liability claims regarding damage caused by the use of any information provided, including any kind of information which is incomplete or incorrect, will therefore be rejected.)

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