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Get to know Kistler-Morse

Posted by Kistler-Morse on Jul 14, 2016 2:22:25 PM

Who We Are

Kistler-Morse® designs and manufactures total weighing systems for bulk and in-process applications. Our product selection includes:

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Weighing Solutions for the Ready-Mix Concrete Industry [INFOGRAPHIC]

Posted by Kistler-Morse on Apr 14, 2016 4:54:25 PM

Kistler-Morse® is committed to developing tailored solutions that meet today's requirements and incorporate the flexibility to address the needs of tomorrow. Our products are built tough to withstand the rugged environment in Ready-Mix Concrete facilities, while providing the accuracy needed to ensure that the process runs smoothly. 

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The Kistler-Morse No Calibration Feature

Posted by Kistler-Morse on Feb 5, 2016 8:00:00 AM

  Kistler-Morse's controllers are easy to set up and calibrate - no test weights or special load cells required. In fact, KM controllers have always had the capability to be calibrated manually.
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Top 3 Reasons to automate inventory management

Posted by Kistler-Morse on Dec 14, 2015 8:00:00 AM

Kistler-Morse’s ORB™ Remote Inventory Management System transforms inventory and process data into valuable information that can increase productivity and reduce supply chain costs. A system like the ORB™ affords users the option of automating their inventory management by gathering, storing and transmitting real-time inventory data.
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The Value of Bolt-On Sensors

Posted by Kistler-Morse on Oct 5, 2015 12:00:00 AM

Bolt-Ons are small strain gauge sensors that attach to the legs of a silo (or other type of beam support structure) and measure the stress level changes in the vessel's supports caused by material movement.

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InvisiLink™ Wireless Radio Saves Time and Money

Posted by Kistler-Morse on Aug 19, 2015 2:06:48 PM

InvisiLink™ wireless system eliminates the need for costly, labor-intensive cables and conduit providing a simple, stream-lined installation. To get a sense of how InvisiLink™ can save you time and money, see the graphic below. 
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A Guide to Bolt-on Sensor Quantity & Placement

Posted by Kistler-Morse on Aug 17, 2015 10:04:00 AM

  The design and type of vessel impacts the number of bolt-on sensors and the specific placement of them. The quantity and placement of each sensor is important in order to get the most accurate and consistent measurements.
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