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    Industrial Scales

    Industrial weighing scales play an important role in a diverse range of industry sectors - from food to pharmaceutical, engineering to aerospace - providing essential weighing information for fiscal, legislative and operational purposes.

    • Floor Scales
    • Bench & Platform Scales
    • Atex Certified Scales
    • Waste Weighing Scales
    • Counting Scales
    • Recipe & Portion Control Scales
    • Weight Indicators & Terminals
    • Medical Scales
    • Laboratory Scales
    • Printers
    • Mobile Weighing
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    Industrial Scales

    Our extensive range of industrial weighing equipment products includes: weights-and-measures-approved weighing scales (EN45501), hazardous area scales (ATEX), stainless steel wash-down scales and UKAS certified scales.

    Industrial weighing machines can be supplied with a range of integral weight indicators or stand-alone weighing instruments that can be wall- or desk- mounted. In addition to standard weighing processes, scale functionality includes parts counting, recipe control and batching.

    Weightron have extensive experience in providing industrial weighing solutions and we can help you choose exactly the right scale and weighing instrument for your application, taking into account the product(s) to weighed, the operating environment, legislative requirements and budget. Contact the team today to find out more.

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    Our products range from laboratory scales offering 0.01 mg resolution up to large platform floor scales and crane scales with capacities of 10 tonne or more.

    Industrial weighing can be divided into weights-and-measures-approved scales (trade scales) and non-approved scales. The choice will depend on a number of factors. Applications may involve either static scales (non-automatic weighing instruments or NAWI) and/or mobile scales.

    Environmental operating conditions for industrial scales can vary considerably, with scales operating in laboratories, warehouses, food production plants, hazardous areas, general manufacturing, engineering, transportation, aerospace, bulk material processing and chemical plants.

    For expert help and advice, please contact us today.

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