• Minebea Intec’s new MiNexx 3000 bench scale.
    Minebea Intec’s new MiNexx 3000 bench scale.
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Minebea Intec’s new MiNexx 3000 bench scale sets new standards in precision, efficiency and integration capability, characterised by its V-shaped substructure, enabling optimum force distribution and load cell protection.

Developed to meet the demands of purchasing, quality, process, product and technology managers the MiNexx 3000 is set up on benches or work surfaces and are used wherever small quantities need to be weighed with high accuracy.

Whether in the factory floor production area or in the laboratory, the MiNexx 3000 can be used to carry out basic weighing, check weighing and completeness checks or to perform dosing, classifying, sorting and counting processes with high precision.

Minebea Intec has been manufacturing high-quality weighing solutions for more than 150 years and always incorporates valuable feedback from the market into its product innovations. This is also the case with the weighing platform MiNexx 3000.

The MiNexx 3000 has an easy-to-clean design makes it ideal for demanding production environments, while its high configurability enables customised adaptation to various industrial applications.

For example, resolutions from 15,000d up to 75,000d or up to 6000e and even 3x3,000e can be selected depending on requirements. In addition, a readability of 0.05g to 100g steps is possible and it can be varied between different surface treatments and load ranges from 1.5kg to 300kg are available. The robust design also enables use in the potentially explosive zone 2/22 - zone 1/21 is to follow in the near future.

With the market launch of the Mi-Nexx 3000, Minebea Intec presents a solution that sets new standards in precision, but also raises efficiency in industrial processes to a new level.

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