Yamato Scale Dataweigh UK is delighted to be back exhibiting at this year’s PPMA, to demonstrate the world-beating capabilities of its leading inspection and automatic weighing equipment.
After the event had to be cancelled last year due to Covid restrictions, Yamato’s senior management team are excited to have the opportunity to unveil its recently launched TSD-N3 semi-automatic weigher and its new leading Epsilon range of multihead weighers, dubbed the new ‘Stick’ machine.
Yamato UK is fully focused on helping its customers succeed in business, which is why its products undergo rigorous testing, to ensure accuracy, COP compliance and hygiene.
Yamato’s engineers designed the TSDN-3 to provide enhanced levels of hygiene, with its stainless steel construction, and easy tool-free removal of conveyors to enable fast and efficient cleaning and sanitisation.
A full range of Yamato weighing and inspection equipment will be on show at stand B14 including multihead weighers, the semi-automatic dataweigh range, X-ray and I-Series checkweighers.
Yamato will be demonstrating its entire weighing and checkweighing solutions, showing how they can be installed at various stages in the production line to achieve the best results for every processor’s unique needs.
Andrea Spencer, commercial operations manager for Yamato Scale Dataweigh UK, said: “We are excited to show customers the improvements we have made to existing machines and to reveal the benefits that our new ranges will deliver.
“Customers are interested in the processes and machinery that keep their lines running. This event gives us a valuable opportunity to engage with them and discuss how they can best achieve their objectives with Yamato’s checkweighers, weighing machines. And metal detection and x-ray machines.”
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