Industrial Scale User Management and Audits

Industrial scales can be a big investment, especially if you’re working with more advanced weighing technology like the ArlynGuard T Intrinsically Safe Chlorine Ton Scale. When you have a scale worth thousands of dollars that is used for important tasks like monitoring gas levels in a cylinder, you might not want just anybody to have … Continued

Scheduled Data Log Emails

The weighing data collected by industrial scales plays an essential role in many business operations. As technology has advanced, so have the ways you can record and log this data. You no longer need to have someone manually handwrite or type every weight measured by your scales. With options like the Arlyn UpScale Indicator, you … Continued

Email Alerts Based on Weights and Setpoints

Many industries use scales to keep track of inventory, weigh important mixing materials, and more. In some operations, placing an item on the scale, logging its weight, and removing it is good enough. Other situations require a container being placed on a scale indefinitely to monitor changes in the weight of its contents. In these … Continued

Options for Logging and Recording Weighing Data

The weighing data your industrial scales collect is an essential part of the manufacturing process. From ensuring that chlorine gas levels remain safe to determining the shipping cost of mailed items, weighing data plays an important role. Previously, recording this data might have involved an operator manually writing down the numbers, which can be time-consuming … Continued

Options for Logging and Recording Weighing Data

The weighing data your industrial scales collect is an essential part of the manufacturing process. From ensuring that chlorine gas levels remain safe to determining the shipping cost of mailed items, weighing data plays an important role. Previously, recording this data might have involved an operator manually writing down the numbers, which can be time-consuming … Continued

Chlorine Cylinder Scales for Water Treatment Plants

While chlorine is one of the most commonly manufactured and used chemicals in the United States, it can also be a dangerous gas to work with. Chlorine gas has a variety of uses, including bleaching paper and cloth, treating waste, and as an ingredient in solvents, rubber, and pesticides. This gas is stored in pressurized … Continued

Scales and Balances: What is the Difference?

The terms scale and balance are often used interchangeably, and while they are both weighing machines, they serve different purposes and can function in different ways. Depending on what you’re weighing and your industry, one might be better suited for you than the other.  What are Scales and Balances Used for? Scales are used to … Continued

Intrinsically Safe Load Cells

Industrial environments come in every imaginable configuration. All of them must be kept safe from fire and explosion, but most do not need any special steps taken to achieve this goal. But others, by the nature of what they manufacture and how they do so, have special regulations to keep them safe. Dangerous situations can … Continued

Understanding Measurement Uncertainty In Weighing Scales & Instruments

It is easy to consider an industrial instrument to be a perfect machine that provides exact information. But every real-world system has limitations based on the machine itself, and the environment in which it is used. That is the case with voltmeters, flow meters, tachometers, thermometers, and weighing scales, where the weight sitting on the … Continued

Modbus Scales and Industrial Weighing Systems

Scales are designed to accept weight on the platform, and accurately provide a digital representation of that weight. In the most basic format, this weight will simply be shown on the readout display of the indicator. Often, though, the weight measurement is sent to another instrument or computer system for process control and system integration. … Continued

Waterproof Digital Scales for Outdoor Use

Depending on your industry and the environment you work in, having waterproof industrial scales can make a world of difference. You want your scale to last, and if you work with liquids or work somewhere outside like a shipyard, you don’t want to worry about water damage ruining the condition of your scale and leading … Continued