The TAVA F can be optimally adapted to the customer‘s production and specific use case with numerous modules and peripheral systems. The image shows a version with a smooth scraper and load cells.
Optimal System Integration
To ensure both the needs-based design of the TAVA F and the optimal integration of the degassing station into the customer‘s production environment, Tartler offers a variety of modifications, modules, and peripheral systems. Apart from the tool-free and low-cleaning effort involved in switching to other container sizes, the TAVA F can be equipped with barrel lifters, winches, roller conveyors, mobile base frames, or other handling devices upon request. For precise determination of the filling quantities, the station can be equipped with a radar sensor to determine the fill level in the barrel or load cells to determine the weight of the material to be filled and to automatically shut off when the desired fill weight is reached. For the surface finish of the material introduced, Tartler offers barrel-integrated smooth spreaders, which eliminate problems with trapped air during subsequent removal, or follower plates for filling materials with extremely high viscosity (>1,000,000 mPas) and/or extreme thixotropy. What’s more, Tartler‘s peripheral portfolio includes printers for labeling the finished containers with all essential information (filling weight, batch number, date, etc.), and network modules for logging and storing data in the company‘s network. It is worth noting that the company, in its capacity as a custom machinery manufacturer, can realize many more process- or environment-specific adaptations.