stainless steel scales
A standard weighing scale isn’t suitable for every environment. If the scale is likely to get wet, or dusty, then it’s important that it carries an IP rating.
IP rated scales are protected from ingress of water and dust - therefore, they’re likely to last longer in harsh environments than non-IP scales. In our latest video, we introduce some of Marsden’s stainless steel scales that benefit from an IP rating.
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.
When it comes to weighing kegs in a pub or restaurant, most people tend to shake it to guess how much beer is left inside. Some may choose to use the process of tenthing, wherein you work out the quantity of beer by dividing the keg into tenths and estimate how much is left.
We’d like to introduce you to another, more precise method - the Marsden K-100 Keg Scale.
Integrating the use of platform scales into your industrial operation can have many benefits. Suitable for a range of industries, platform scales can be used to weigh stock, parts and materials throughout the working day, increase productivity and improve workflow.
Whether your business requires you to provide proof of the weight of your products for transportation or to check that all outgoing items are the correct quality and amount, platform scales prove effective and accurate with a range of capacities.