Washdown Safe Construction
304 Stainless Steel construction and the exclusive, innovative Doran gasket design exceeds IP69K and NEMA 4X classifications for washdown protection. The 4300 Checkweigher will survive and thrive in the most extreme washdown weighing applications.
Indestructible “Guardian©” Touch Panel
Reduce downtime and lower maintenance costs even in repeatedly harsh washdown environments. Four times thicker than the competition, this super rugged touch panel resists moisture and puncture damage better than any other scale.
Simple to use with minimal operator training. Set over/under tolerances right from the front panel using the Up/Down arrow buttons. Checkweigh to zero or actual weight with 3- or 5-zone checkweighing operations.
1000% Overload Base
No, that's not a typo! Our unique “Quad-Spring” design protects the sensitive load cell from shock and overload damage. Protected to a maximum of 10 times the base load rating, this design sets the new industry standard—a feature available only from Doran. Take a “peek under the hood” to see what's inside our DXL scale base.
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- 1000% Protection Overload
- Rugged Stainless Steel Washdown Design
- New, Powerful, Programmable Excel Software
- 6 Digit, Red LED, 0.56” High
- Bi-directional RS-232
- Resolution Range: 0.0005lb – 0.05lb
- 304 Stainless Steel
- IP69K, NEMA 4X Protection
- 115 VAC (230 VAC Optional); EMI/ESD protected
- Wired Ethernet Network Data Communications & Wireless Ethernet Network Data Communications
- USB Data Interface
- 4-20mA Analog Output
- Fiber Optic Interface
- Digital Output Board
- Thermal Label Printer
- External Relays & Internal Relays
- Remote Display
- Stainless Steel Load Cell
- 230 VAC Operation
- Internal Rechargeable Battery Power
- Load Cell Cable Quick Disconnect, Serial Data Cable Quick Disconnect & Remote Switch Cable Quick Disconnect
- Audible Alarm Options (External or Internal)
- Remote Switches
- ISO 9000 Certified
- NTEP Certified
- 2 year warranty
|Model #||Description||Capacity||Platter Size||Display||Unit of Measure||Battery||Dimensions|
|4302P||430 Checkweigh Scale||2 x 0.0005; 0.9kg x 0.2g||10 x 10"||6 Digit Red LED||lb; g; kg; oz; lb:oz||115 VAC||Indicator-6 x 10 x 3"|
|4305P||430 Checkweigh Scale||5 x 0.001; 2.3kg x 0.5g||10 x 10"||6 Digit Red LED||lb; g; kg; oz; lb:oz||115 VAC||Indicator-6 x 10 x 3"|
|4310P||430 Checkweigh Scale||10 x 0.002; 4.5kg x 1g||10 x 10"||6 Digit Red LED||lb; g; kg; oz; lb:oz||115 VAC||Indicator-6 x 10 x 3"|
|4325P||430 Checkweigh Scale||25 x 0.005; 11.3kg x 2g||10 x 10"||6 Digit Red LED||lb; g; kg; oz; lb:oz||115 VAC||Indicator-6 x 10 x 3"|
|4350P||430 Checkweigh Scale||50 x 0.01; 22.7kg x 5g||10 x 10"||6 Digit Red LED||lb; g; kg; oz; lb:oz||115 VAC||Indicator-6 x 10 x 3"|
|4350P/12S||430 Checkweigh Scale||50 x 0.01; 22.7kg x 5g||12 x 12"||6 Digit Red LED||lb; g; kg; oz; lb:oz||115 VAC||Indicator-6 x 10 x 3"|
|43100P/12S||430 Checkweigh Scale||100 x 0.02; 45kg x 10g||12 x 12"||6 Digit Red LED||lb; g; kg; oz; lb:oz||115 VAC||Indicator-6 x 10 x 3"|
|4350P/15S||430 Checkweigh Scale||50 x 0.01; 22.7kg x 5g||15 x 15"||6 Digit Red LED||lb; g; kg; oz; lb:oz||115 VAC||Indicator-6 x 10 x 3"|
|43100P/15S||430 Checkweigh Scale||100 x 0.02; 45kg x 10g||15 x 15"||6 Digit Red LED||lb; g; kg; oz; lb:oz||115 VAC||Indicator-6 x 10 x 3"|
|43200P/15S||430 Checkweigh Scale||200 x 0.05; 91kg x 20g||15 x 15"||6 Digit Red LED||lb; g; kg; oz; lb:oz||115 VAC||Indicator-6 x 10 x 3"|
5 Benefits of Using a Checkweigher Scale
Doran Checkweigher scales are different than basic scales, because they have a programmable tolerance and advanced features that no other manufacturer offers. The tolerance allows an operator to input a range of weight and will indicate through different colored lights whether the item weighed is within that tolerance, above, or below the target.
Checkweigher Scale BenefitsThey have been used by companies in a number of different industries, including industrial, chemical engineering and the food industry, and have been beneficial for those companies. Here are five benefits of using a Checkweigh Scale.
1. Enhances Accuracy and Reduces Product Giveaway
The main benefit of using a Checkweigher scale is savings. The ability to produce a product at an accurate weight leads to bottom line savings because materials are not wasted and processes do not need to be repeated. In many cases these weighments are so critical, that they determine whether a plant is profitable or not.
For example, a mushroom grower used a Doran Checkweigher scale to eliminate waste during packing. By reducing over packing, they were able to increase productivity by 5,000 lbs. a day and save $39,600 over the course of a year.
2. Ensure Product Quality
The weight of a product is one of the vital benchmarks that is measured during the quality control process, whether it is for a consumable good or an automotive part. Being able to make an accurate, fast measurement that is sent to a PC for statistical analysis is one of the key functions of quality control.
A baker used a Doran Checkweigher scale while baking their English muffins. The company uses a machine to separate their dough into balls that are then baked into the muffins. If the dough balls are overweight, they will not cook all the way through and reduces profitability. If the dough balls are underweight, they will be overcooked. Using a Checkweigher scale helps the bakery to check the weight of the dough throughout the process and recognize any problems early.
3. Meet Regulatory Requirements
Using a Checkweigher scale helps to guarantee accuracy in weight. This is especially important for companies who sell products at a retail level where there is a product weight shown on the package. Each state in America has a different regulatory agency which is responsible for testing the weights of products. If products are over or underweight, the agency can enforce significant fines on the producer. Measuring throughout the manufacturing process is a great way to ensure that this doesn’t happen.
4. Provide Accurate Data to Better Manage a Process
A Checkweigher can be an important part of the quality control process. Weighing ingredients, following a formula, and weighing the finished product gives management the opportunity to check all aspects of the production process. They can identify which parts are running well and which need improvement.
In the baking example from earlier, if the baker find inconsistencies in the size of the dough balls, it is an indication that the machine is not running correctly. This indication can help them better manage their production process and improve it.
5. Track Productivity
Some systems can also track an operator’s output. This provides management with information on who measured, how long it took, when they started, and when they finished measuring. The systems provide actionable data and information which allows businesses to improve productivity and their processes.
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