"Thanks to our extensive experience, we manufacture equipment for the agricultural and food, retail, industrial and commercial sectors looking for weighing, dosing, packaging, storing solutions etc. Our markets of reference are mainly Europe, central and southern America and north Africa," reports Santo Rapisarda, sole administrator of RS Bilance, who founded the company in 2006.
"The high quality of our systems and our reliability when it comes to after-sales assistance mean we are renowned on both the domestic market and abroad, where we are expanding."
The company specializes in automation, in the design and production of weighing systems, automatic weigh-pricing machines, weight sorting machines, automatic labeling machines, vision control systems, metal detectors and software for data control and management.
The RS Bilance range includes manual and automatic weighing systems, price labelers, labelers, vision systems, metal detectors, diverters/aligners and the relative software. What is more, the company designs dedicated turnkey processing lines and, in case of existing systems, it can adapt them to the most recent standards and also intervene in stores with software for the management of product transit processes. As mentioned above, great care is placed on providing assistance and system maintenance from operations under warranty to planned operations.
Above: modular machine: metal detector, automatic weigh price labeler with double printer and 180° or 360° seal labeling system
"We promote our products on the market via agents with suitable technical-industrial skills and knowledgeable as regards the potential client's sector to conduct effective negotiations, as well as traders of automation systems, facilitators, influencers and technical and commercial partners for made-to-measure orders."
Automatic weigh price labeler.
"RS Bilance was set up to innovate processing lines and improve performances. The need for new evolved processes enabled us to reach objectives that have led us to becoming leaders in the sector. Our engineering process concerns all production aspects when it comes to both mechatronics and IT, plus we also constantly train our experts. This process is also useful to the agricultural and food sector, which has to deal with the current industrial revolution defined Industry 4.0 for which cyberphysical systems have been developed, i.e. physical systems strictly connected with IT systems and that can interact and collaborate with other cyberphysical systems."