High Throughput Mass Determination with Table-Top Robotic Systems
Accurate yet compact and cost efficient solution for mass determination and dissemination processes
The CCR-Compact Robotic Systems offer table-top sized automated solutions for mass determination or dissemination processes up to 10 g maximal capacity.
With 120 magazine positions, these systems offer a walkaway solution allowing continuous processing of the measurements overnight or over the weekend. Designed for simultaneous management of reference and test weights the Sartorius dual robotic arm system with the patented multi and single weight handlers speeds up the processes with its most efficient motion sequences and handles the weights with highest precision and consistency. The climate sensors integrated into the weighing chamber additionally contribute to the reliability of the results.
Automated weight handling at the range of 1mg to 10g not only eliminate the error rates of manual handling but significantly increase productivity which consequently leads to cost-savings long term.
- 120 magazine positions allow overnight and weekend processing
- Dual Robotic Arm Technology guarantees the most efficient motion sequences available on the market
- Table-Top design saves precious laboratory space
- Robustness assure the best repeatability values
- Build-in Climate Sensor in the weighing cells further support measurement accuracy
- 3 Models fulfill your workflow requirements
Table-Top Mass Comparator Robots: Our Solutions, Your Advantages
High-Throughput Allows Weekend Processing and Releases Resources
120 magazine positions enable loading of large number of weights and allow continuous processing of the measurements overnight or over the weekend. The magazine was designed to directly hold any possible weight shapes used for OIML-class and ASTM-class weights without the need of additional weight carriers or weight holders.
Unique Robotic Arm Technology Guarantees the Most Efficient Motion Sequences
The Sartorius dual robotic arm system with the patented multi and single weight handlers was designed for simultaneous management of reference and test weights. The two single weight handlers allow simplified and fast handling of the reference and test weight directly between the magazine and the weighing cell. The dual arm system with a multi- and single weight handler is able to collect up to 4 weights and the reference weight. The 4 weights are assembled at the collect station and measured afterwards simultaneously. Therefore, there is no need of returning the weights to the magazine or in a parking position.
Integrated Climate Sensor
The weighing cells of all three models have a build-in climate sensor which means that the parameters for temperature, humidity and atmospheric pressure are measured at the exact location of the mass determination, therefore guaranteeing the most accurate correction for air buoyancy.
Error Free Weight Sorting
A weight sorting plate designed specially for these systems allows an easy and error free processing of the large number of weights. Each row and column is labelled and is identical to the labeling on the weight magazine. Additionally, each row is removable which further support an intuitive and efficient weight handling.
Variability to Adjusts to Your Workflows
Three different variants not only cover mass dissemination requirements from National Metrology Institutes and Legal Metrology Labs accredited to Class E1, but offer attractive high-throughput solutions for calibration laboratories typically accredited to E2 or F1.
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