FLEX GRADER M1.0
Unrivaled speeds of up to 235 pieces per minute to connect directly to even the fastest cut up lines.
Modular design gives maximum flexibility now and in the future.
Different types of bins and chutes ensure the right solution for the application.
Integrated packing tables and take away conveyors are mounted on the same frame as the grader, significantly reducing the amount of equipment that needs to be cleaned and maintained.
An innovative algorithm derived from combination weighing technology gives extremely accurate weighing and very low batch give-away.
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The Meyn Flex grader M1.0 weighs whole birds or parts at speeds of up to 235 parts per minute. The machine classifies the birds or pieces and at the same time forms batches on count, minimum weight or target weight. A highly precise loadcell with an adjustable resolution gives a very high accuracy. The completely modular design allows for easy tool-less exchanging of bins and easy expansion in the future. Integrated packing tables and/or take away conveyors complement the machine to offer a complete solution in just one single frame.
The Meyn Flex grader M1.0 reduces labor as it can be directly connected to the cut up or deboning lines. The separate high speed infeed system ensures optimal spacing of the product before it is transported onto the weighing conveyor allowing for higher speeds.
Stand alone infeed conveyors with spacing indicators are also available for manual infeed of the product.
Different arm and bin designs give optimal flexibility in the handling of the product and ensures an undamaged packed product. The bins can also be equipped with pneumatic gates and push buttons so operation is not interrupted upon batch completion. An innovative algorithm derived from combination weighing technology, gives extremely accurate weighing and very low batch give-away. An intuitive touch screen with integrated camera makes it easy to use and allows the operator to upload a picture of the product to quickly identify his presets.