Note: For now, we only accept orders within Philippines.

There is only one model - the KW9627AP00 - available from Anritsu that can conduct aerosol inhaler checkweighing. This checkweigher is capable of weighing 150 products/min. It has a weighing range of 0.5 to 60 g with a maximum accuracy of ±0.01 g at 3s. The inhaler size can be up to 21.5/22.0/23.5/25.0 mm dia. with a maximum height of 40 to 80 mm. A touch panel 10.4-inch color TFT LCD screen makes this weighing system simple to operate and read. We make sure each inhaler has the prescribed dosage within it so that these highly sensitive products are highly accurate.

  • Electromagnetic Balance ( force balance)
  • Color LCD Touch Panel
  • Statistics
  • NG History
  • Flow Direction Change
  • Variable Line Heights
  • GMP Support

  • Printer
  • Rejection Confirmation
  • Online Interface
  • Ethernet
  • USB Data Port
  • CE Marking
  • FCC Compliance

Benefits
Dynamic weighing of aerosol inhalers can only be achieved by the KW9627AP00 model. This checkweigher is high performing with levels of accuracy and precision that far exceed other units in its class. The weighing system has the following impressive statistics, including:

  • Weighing Range: 0.5 to 60 g
  • Maximum Accuracy (3s): ±0.01 g
  • Maximum Speed: 150 products/min

Stable Handling for High Accuracy
The stable, star-wheel conveyor system assures high accuracy rejection, and allows for easy maintenance because the star-wheel can be adjusted from the top. The aerosol inhaler checkweighing system has a compact design with integrated weighcell, rejector and rejected products chute bin, allowing it to be easily incorporated into a production line.

Validation Support Functions

  • Supports daily operation checks
  • Full ON-to-OFF records
  • Automatic recording of phenomenon having occurred at devices
  • FDA 21 CFR Part 11 compliant functions

Simple Interface and Reliable Operation Checks

  • Detailed Settings
  • Histograms
  • X-Bar with a Windows OS-Based Touch Panel

The operation check function monitors rejection so that improper rejection can be recognized. In addition, the independent check function self-tests operation sensors to support reliable rejection.