Siemens offers complete solutions for all your weighing and feeding requirements. Our products are built for tough operating conditions in the aggregate, cement, and mining industries.
The Siemens line of continuous weighing products are found in almost any industry that involves bulk material handling. In applications like crushed stone, ore, cement, coal, food processing, or chemicals, our field-proven conveyor belt scales, weighfeeders, solids flow meters, and integrators are the ideal solution.
Siemens products are rugged – built for tough operating conditions in the aggregate, cement, and mining industries. Siemens Weighing Retrofit Program allows you to update your belt weighing system with current technology reducing the operating cost of your plant at a fraction of the cost of a complete new system.
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