Since the outbreak of coronavirus in the UK, there has been a chronic PPE shortage, with supplies in some areas running critically low by April.
British manufacturing companies, however, have stepped in and turned their production facilities over to gowns, masks and gloves. Now, Marsden has joined the efforts, with a lightweight, high quality reusable face shield.
A high temperature is one of the first symptoms of coronavirus, which is experienced by almost everyone with the disease. By keeping track of this symptom using the Marsden Digital Infrared Thermometer or the Marsden Automatic Wall Mounted Thermometer as an early detection tool, you can protect your workforce, customers and business.
With companies like Walmart, Cadburys and Amazon already introducing employee temperature checks, is this the next big Coronavirus preventive measure? To find out the benefits of doing this, read on.
Digital washdown scales are becoming increasingly popular, because they mean you can weigh accurately and keep your scales hygienic with ease.
Their robust stainless steel casing enables them to be thoroughly washed down after use, hence the name, without worry of liquid or other particles entering and damaging the internal components. They make it easier for the food industry, for example, to comply with food and hygiene standards, and have a professional appearance.
With the number of Weigh in Motion Sensors (WiMS) and random checks on the rise, it’s more important than ever to know the weight of your vehicles. Not adhering to the legal limits can result in large fines.
Luckily there are a number of options available for your business. We’ll cover them all in this blog post, as well as listing the pros and cons of each.
When it comes to distilling and brewing, scales can be as vital to the process as hops or grains. For example, without accurate weighing scales, the final product could change dramatically due to weighing inconsistencies.
In this blog post, we cover the key benefits provided by weighing scales to breweries and distilleries.
There are many industries that require weighing scales, but operate in dirty and damp locations. This means that scales are replaced often, and at a high cost to the business.
But, washdown scales are actually well-suited in these scenarios. They last longer and are more reliable than regular weighing scales, and can also save the business money!
Pallet scales are essential for just about any industry. Palletised goods need to be weighed to ensure vehicles are not overloaded, to ensure value for money, and to be compliant with laws and legislation.
As weighing pallets is such an important task for so many businesses, it’s important that there are as many flexible options as possible. Here’s why choosing a portable scale for weighing pallets could help your business improve efficiency.
In your industry, is it hard to avoid your tools getting dirty or wet? Do you find yourself buying new scales every six months? Fortunately, there’s a standardised rating for that.
This helpful guide aims to explain what IP ratings are, and how they’re used, so that buying your new washdown scale will be as easy as using it. Don't forget to download our free IP ratings chart PDF at the end of the article.