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METTLER TOLEDO’s MultiMount™ weigh modules recognized by Food Logistics

METTLER TOLEDO was recognized by Food Logistics in their FL100 listing for the development of SWB505 MulitMount™ weigh modules. The MultiMount offers built-in safety features, including the SafeLock™, to ensure easy installation. The SafeLock protects the load cell from accidental overload during shipment and installation and ensures proper mounting alignment for the best possible performance and reliability. The SafeLock protects the load cell against shock loads and keeps the weigh module aligned during shipping and installation. The SWB505 MultiMount weigh modules are designed for reliable weighing in a variety of applications, including tank weighing and dynamic loading on conveyors, mixers and blenders. Even in environments with heavy vibration, high torque or in-motion weighing, these weigh modules are stable and accurate. It also offers a standard lift-off screw that absorbs tipping forces while a vertical down stop provides an added layer of safety. Its rocker-style load pin restores the top plate to its ideal position to maintain accurate, repeatable weight. The analog quality legal-for-trade load cells use a rocker-pin design that automatically aligns load forces for accurate weighing. In addition, they are hermetically sealed, rated IP68 and available in three different materials (carbon steel, 304 stainless steel, 316 stainless steel), which means they can be used in harsh industrial environments.

For the past decade, the editors of Food Logistics have identified software and technology providers that help food and beverage manufacturers, foodservice distributors, and grocery retailers attain their business goals. The FL100 is comprised of software providers as well as equipment and technology companies whose products and services play a significant role in food and beverage supply chains. “The groundswell of interest in software and technology tools affirms the value associated with investing in solutions that boost visibility in the food and beverage supply chain, enhance collaboration, improve regulatory compliance and support sustainability goals,” remarks Lara L. Sowinski, Editor-in-Chief of Food Logistics. “New technology-related products and services combined with better affordability are leveling the playing field for a variety of food related companies, while supporting expansion of the cold chain into developed and emerging markets alike.”



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