Batchers

Batchers

Manufacturers are increasingly turning to reliable and simple to use Innovec Batch Controller. Another example is a Melbourne chemical manufacturer, which has chosen Innovec for some of its filling needs and has successfully used eight Innovec batchers to implement an eight (8) head filling machine.

CUSTOMER CHALLENGE

Wanting to increase production rates the Melbourne based Omega Chemicals needed to achieve more accurate volumes and greater output for each production batch. They turned to Innovec for implementing an eight-head controller to run pumps, take signals from magnetic flow meters and drive conveyors.

PRODUCT SOLUTION

Manufacturers have come to rely on Innovec to solve ongoing reliability problems of batch controllers in batch and filling systems on production lines. Innovec has considerable experience over 25 years in designing and supplying process control instruments and electronics in food and beverage, liquid transfer and measurement. Innovec recommended their IBC Batch Controller in this case.

MANUFACTURERS HAVE COME TO RELY ON INNOVEC TO SOLVE ONGOING RELIABILITY PROBLEMS OF BATCH CONTROLLERS IN BATCH AND FILLING SYSTEMS ON PRODUCTION LINES.

RESULTS ACHIEVED

The Innovec IBC Batch Controller, since being fitted in early 2010, allowed Omega Chemicals to accurately measure and batch from eight heads simultaneously. The flow of liquid chemicals to eight containers at once provides smooth error-free production of its filling systems, saving downtime and maintenance costs. The IBC Batch Controllers offered a more cost-effective, better management of the batching process which saved time and is more user-friendly for staff. At the Melbourne plant, eight Innovec batch controllers provides a more reliable production and filling process. Innovec was able to add modifications to suit the manufacturer’s process.

The IBC controller offered functionality and a reliable and accurate production and filling process with no downtime. Innovec’s high contrast LED display on the controller panel offered easier reading and allowed operators better visualization of the process.