Electronic counting scales ensure accuracy and efficiencyJune 12, 2015 REDWIRE is news you can use from leading suppliers. Powered by FRASERS.
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Electronic counting scales are used in many industries to ensure the accurate and efficient management of materials in a timely manner. Manual counting of product is a time-consuming process that results in a high frequency of errors. Employing counting scales in applications from production to distribution automates the process, ensuring customer orders are accurately filled, on time.
Shimana electronic counting scales are valuable tools in applications where time is of the essence and accuracy is key, because they offer precision, reliability and speed. Available in three different capacities — three, 15 and 30 kg with corresponding resolutions of 0.05, 0.5 and one gram — the scales include a built-in rechargeable battery with up to 90 hours of continuous use when backlight is on auto mode. They are portable, easy to operate and feature a three-window, blue backlit LCD screen that provides total weight, unit weight and quantity information on the spot — a true multi-function scale.
Additional features include:
- adjustable levelling feet with front panel levelling bubble;
- tare function to cancel the weight of the box or container;
- weight unit conversion (kg, g, lb); and
- multi-function counting (basic weighing, tare, quantity counting with automatic sampling process, auto piece weight enhancement, memory, quantity check function with visual and audio signals).
All this, and the scales are durable, too, with ABS housing and a stainless steel pan for industrial use.
Shimana electronic counting scales are among the lineup of scales available from Digital-Scales.ca, a Digital Measurement Metrology (DMM) website. Additional models, capacities and resolutions are also available. When you purchase a scale from DMM, the Canadian weighting solutions provider will also calibrate the scales in its lab and ship them from its Toronto-based warehouse.
Contact Digital Measurement Metrology for more details on its lineup of electronic counting scales.