Monthly Archives: September 2012

Recycling Efforts Aided by Industrial Scales

As natural resources become more limited and more expensive, it has become more important than ever to implement recycling plans. Many municipalities have either begun such programs, or enhanced already existing efforts. Industrial operations have discovered that they can recover … Continue reading

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Corrosion Resistant Scales

For industrial applications, it is often important to weigh various items, even in very difficult environments. Difficult environments for electronic scales would include areas that are very wet, or that are exposed to a variety of corrosive chemicals. Depending on … Continue reading

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More Advice on Counting Scales

Counting the number of items in a batch can be time consuming and inaccurate. If all the parts in a batch weigh the same, thenĀ counting scalesĀ are an excellent solution for this industrial problem. This type of scale can accept a … Continue reading

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Beam Balances – A Glimpse into the Past

We find ourselves on a medieval market, where merchants sell their goods and citizen amble along the romantic cobblestone. The market barker raises his voice to announce a remarkable price drop for pork. The masses are electrified by that manifestation … Continue reading

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