Heavy-Duty Scales: 3 Calibration Tips

If your organization uses heavy-duty scales, then you need to make sure they are always producing accurate information. Companies often try, but no one as of yet has created the perfect scale – the laws of physics, which include the expansion, and failing of metal over time, plus other factors such as environmental conditions, means … Continued

Low Profile Scales: 3 Use Cases

There are many types of scales used in the industrial arena, and low profile scales are one of the most versatile types of scales on the market. They can be used in any number of areas, including manufacturing, production facilities and even farming. Their low profile means they are ideal for the easy loading and … Continued

Touchscreen Weight Indicators With Enhanced Data Functions

Touchscreen weight indicators are a nice alternative to discrete buttons because the operator never has to worry about pushing the wrong control. Simulated virtual buttons on a touchscreen can be made to be contextually aware. Operators don’t have to do anything beyond push the button to get the job done either, and the screen itself … Continued

Drum Scales: How To Obtain Accurate Weight Measurements

If you are in a business where you need to obtain the weights of drums, then accuracy is obviously key. If you are simply estimating drum weights then you could be undercharging or overcharging your customers. If you are undercharging them then you will be losing money, and if you’re overcharging them you will lose … Continued

Advantages of Using Industrial Digital Scales

Can a regular scale take a beating, log tares, register weights over a year, automatically send the values of everything you’ve weighed to your computer, which, in turn, helps you analyze the data and make your operation more profitable?   Industrial scales tend to be tough floor scales that are either built-in to a platform … Continued

Platform Scales For Extremely Rugged Applications

If you’re in the business of weighing heavy items for your company’s needs, then you know that industrial scales are in constant use, unlike kitchen scales or bathroom scales. Kitchen scales are wheeled out whenever you need precise measurements for cooking or baking, while bathroom scales are timidly clambered upon when we’re feeling a little … Continued

Intrinsically Safe Scales for Combustible Materials

Thankfully, we live in an era where health and safety is seen as being of paramount importance. Gone are the days when accidents were simply seen as a “side effect” of working, and hazards were dealt with only when an accident occurred. Eventually industries were regulated, mechanisms for compliance and enforcement were put in place … Continued

Weighing Scales for Indoor Hazardous Locations

Weighing scales have a large range of applications in both the industrial and commercial arena. When it comes to industrial uses, there are a number of possibilities from mixing and dispensing to the simple counting of parts. Commercial uses are typically less varied – the main use of a scale in such a sector is … Continued

Scale Display Indicators For Factories & Laboratories

In your factory or laboratory environment, the weight of the items you produce is incredibly important. Your items are typically purchased by weight rather than count, especially if they are small, are in liquid form or some other form that is non-solid.   If you do sell items on a quantity basis then it is … Continued

Corrosion Resistant Scales For Chemical Facilities

When it comes to selecting the best scale for your business, you really need to understand all the options that are available to you. If your company’s procedures typically deal with handling chemicals, then you are going to need a scale that’s designed expressly to help you cope with the demands you will place upon … Continued

Scales For Concrete Batching Plants

Concrete batching is a specialized industry and one that forms one of the backbones of any country’s infrastructure. Concrete has numerous applications – buildings, roads, bridges and drains can all be manufactured using concrete. Concrete is actually the most commonly found man-made material on the planet. It is a mix of cement, water and some … Continued