Industrial Weighing Scales
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The Leading Industrial Bench, Pallet and Floor Scale Supplier Worldwide
Only the most durable, well-designed scales can withstand rugged industrial environments. METTLER TOLEDO offers a range of robust industrial weighing scales—including bench, pallet, rail, tank, floor and customized specialty scales—that can create the highly accurate, reliable results your application requires.
ICS bench scales offer superior weighing electronics and intuitive user menus for error-free operation. These bench scales enable high-throughput for checkweighing, counting, totalizing and filling. User-defined function keys and a large, innovative display make weighing applications fast and precise. A wide range of capacities and readability up to 0.001g make the ICS the perfect fit for your industrial bench-scale application.
Accurate weighing helps you manage raw materials, ensure compliance with regulations and improve your product quality. Floor scales such as the PFK9 provide industry-leading performance for applications that require reliability with the best accuracy available. Floor scales with a variety of sizes and capacities are suitable for heavy industrial applications.
The PFK9 itself—and many other floor-scale models—offer a Monobloc-technology load cell to guarantee the highest precision and reliability. The unit’s robust load-cell housing features integrated overload protection and durable mechanical interfaces for many years of intensive industrial use.
Truck Scales and Weighbridges
Rugged and reliable truck scales are critical for weighing bulk goods bought or sold by the truckload. Truck scales are industrial scales that are capable of weighing trucks of all sizes. Often, they are used to monitor intake and output volumes at facilities, such as solid waste processing and recycling centers, construction sites and more.
The truck scale consists of the foundation, which may be a permanent installation made from concrete; a truck scale or scale deck; the load cells, which are the sensors that measure the weighing on the scale; the terminal or indicator, which displays the weight value; and cables, which connect the load cells to the terminals. Legal-for-trade applications require scale calibration at certain intervals, which are determined by local weights and measures authorities. Truck scales can lose their accuracy over time, which is why regular calibration service is critical. Find guides, webinars and white papers about truck scales here.