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SWS310 Tension Weigh Module

Accurate, Repeatable Weighing for Suspended Hoppers and Vessels

Tension weigh modules enable you to convert a suspended hopper or vessel into a scale. The mounting hardware is durable enough to withstand harsh industrial environments and support the vessel safely. The clevis and rod assemblies compensate for slight misalignment to help provide accurate and repeatable weighing.

Models with SLS410 load cell

  • Nickel-plated alloy tool steel load cells
  • Zinc-plated carbon steel mounting hardware
  • For non-hazardous area applications

Models with SLS510 load cell

  • Stainless steel load cells
  • Zinc-plated carbon steel mounting hardware
  • OIML, ATEX and FM approvals standard

 

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Description

SWS310 Tension Weigh Module Specifications

With nickel-plated alloy load cell – SLS410

SWS310 Tension Weigh Module

 

 

With stainless steel load cell – SLS510

SWS310 Tension Weigh Module

 

Hopper and Vessel Weighing

SWS310 tension weigh modules are easy to install in a variety of industrial applications. They adapt to any suspended hopper or vessel to provide accurate weighing.

Load Cells – SLS410

Model SLS410 nickel-plated tension load cells provide exceptional weighing accuracy in a wide range of process weighing applications.

Load Cell – SLS510

Model SLS510 stainless steel tension load cells provide exceptional weighing accuracy in a wide range of process weighing applications.

Suspension Hardware

Each weigh module is equipped with a pair of clevis and rod assemblies that are designed to measure only vertical loads and restrain the vessel from moving. The zinc-plated carbon steel hardware is strong enough to support a vessel safely.

Electrical Isolation

The mounting hardware includes a bonding strap, PTFE-lined bearings, and nylon washers to reduce the risk of electrical damage. The bonding strap helps to protect the load cell by shunting electrical currents directly from the top clevis to the bottom clevis, instead of through the load cell.