Gravimetric dosing is a process of measuring and adding material to a system based on its weight. This process is commonly used in the manufacturing and pharmaceutical industries to ensure accuracy and precision when adding materials to a product.
Gravimetric dosing systems typically consist of a weigh scale, transmission device, and controller. The weigh scale is used to measure the weight of the material to be added, while the transmission device is used to transport the material to the controller. The controller then calculates the desired amount of material to be added and instructs the transmission device to add the material to the product.
Gravimetric dosing systems are highly accurate and precise, making them ideal for use in industries where product quality is of utmost importance.
The gravimetric dosing process typically consists of four steps:
1. The solid or liquid material is placed in a hopper.
2. The material is fed into a weighing device, such as a scale.
3. The weighing device measures the amount of material needed and automatically adds it to the process.
4. The material is mixed into the process.
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