Electronic models incorporate a "state-of-the-art" GSE 662 programmable weight controller.
Electronic models use continuous self-diagnostics for monitoring all aspects of the filling operation.
Auto tare feature zero's out the scale (fill is determined by net weight) regardless of drum weight.
Dribble-Max-Dribble Fill: At the start of the fill, the valve opens to the dribble position and after a predetermined weight, the valve opens to maximum flow. Then, when a predetermined weight is reached, the valve returns to the dribble position prior to a smooth final cut off.
The lance lift/lower assembly utilizes a simple V track with rollers that are designed to operate indefinitely. A unique braking system on this assembly prevents the lance from retracting when the pneumatic piston is stopped in mid-stroke. On electronic models, the lance position is determined by an encoder.
Anti-collision Feature: Returns lance to home position if the lance is not lined up with the bung hole.
For electronic subsurface models, the lance rises during the fill and only as the weight increases. The lance position is maintained by weight and position encoding.
Set Points and Lance Position Memory Recall: The system remembers the different lance position settings, set points, valve dribble position, and many other settings when recalled by product ID numbers. Can store over 1,000 set-ups by product ID numbers. Electronic models only.
If the operator stops because of some mid-fill interruption, the fill can be resumed at a later time without interfering with the auto tare sequence. (Electronic fillers only.)