At Marsden, many of our weighing scales boast advanced features, such as the accumulation function. This feature has a wide range of applications and can be useful in the work environment.
In this post, we’ll explore what the accumulation function is on a weighing scale and how it can improve efficiency.
Pallet scales, like Marsden’s pallet truck scales and platform scales, weigh beams and U frames, are weighing scales designed to weigh palletised goods.
They’re used in a wide range of industries and help to improve efficiency in warehouses, factories and depots - in fact, any location that needs to quickly and accurately check the weight of a pallet.
Choosing the right scales for your business is always going to be a difficult decision, especially with so much choice on the market. Typically, the buying decision comes down to the price.
However, stainless steel is always a popular choice, even though it’s more expensive than the alternative mild steel. This is because stainless steel offers many advantages, which are listed in this blog post.
Industrial hanging scales - or crane scales - are used to weigh items by suspending them from a fixed position rather than putting the load on a weighing platform. Unlike platform scales, hanging scales take up little space and can be easily stored when not in use.
Additionally, these scales can be used to ensure a crane is not overloaded, by providing an accurate weight reading that will allow the user to see how close the load is to the crane’s weight limit.