Six powerful web-based weighing software applications.
Doran has introduced ionSuite — six web-based software applications designed for Doran checkweighers and indicators. The applications are upgrades to the Doran software line with performance and connectivity improvements that drive precision formulation, real-time data collection, and efficient production.
St. Charles, Illinois — Doran has introduced two full-featured digital weighing indicators designed for use in hazardous locations — ideal for manufacturing processes where equipment is exposed to flammable gases; flammable or combustible liquid-produced vapors; combustible dusts or ignitable fibers; or flyings.
Mark Podl is the CEO of Doran Scales, Inc., founded in 1978, providing a complete line of connectivity solutions and scales for food service, industrial and medical.
Tariffs and trade: How current policy is impacting industrial scale pricing, production and service.
In July, the U.S. imposed tariffs on a range of imported products, including scales, steel and aluminum. The tariffs have sparked a response from China, the European Union, Canada, Mexico and other trading partners.
Doran Checkweigher scales are different than basic scales, because they have a programmable tolerance and advanced features that no other manufacturer offers. The tolerance allows an operator to input a range of weight and will indicate through different colored lights whether the item weighed is within that tolerance, above, or below the target.
A company-wide focus on connectivity — for pinpoint control of the plant floor.
The 2019 International Bakery and Industry Exposition (IBIE) in one of the largest industry events in the world, and this year more than 23,000 baking professionals are expected to attend. At the event, Doran will launch a new campaign — Innovation 2020 — that focuses on a company-wide commitment to connectivity in a range of Doran indicator and complete weighing systems.
In today’s competitive marketplace, reducing production costs is a sure path to greater profits. Doran’s Formula Control has been guiding production plants along that path with ingredient savings of at least 2.1% - even more.
Since the genesis of solid-state relays some decades ago, the argument about which is better, solid-state relays (SSRs) or electromechanical relays (EMRs), has raged on. The answer is neither, as each relay type has positive and negative aspects. But if you factor in specific application requirements, clear winners emerge.
Doran’s new Selecta in-motion checkweigher provides high speed checkweighing and valuable production floor data at an affordable cost.
According to Mark Podl, CEO of Doran Scales, “The Selecta was designed to achieve four common goals – minimize costly downtime, maximize productivity, achieve fast ROI, and provide plant floor reporting. This new weighing system is the result of our company’s four decades of experience building scales to be used in the harshest environments.”