A pallet weighing scale can make a huge difference to processes in just about any size of business.
A pallet weighing scale could refer to platform scales, weigh beams, drive thrus or U frames – all of which are suitable for weighing pallets. Weighing pallets means you can track quantities, give customers value for money and ensure lorries aren't overloaded.
Industrial floor scales are used in british industries and around the world to weigh large, heavy or awkwardly shaped goods.
You’ll be able to find a floor scale that meets your needs - and this blog post is here to help. Not every floor scale is the same, so take care when deciding which scale is right for you.
A legal-for-trade scale - also known as a Trade Approved scale - is one that has been tested and approved for legal use in the buying and selling of goods.
If an unsuitable weighing scale is used in the process of buying or selling based on weight, it is not only illegal but may lead to ‘an unlimited fine’ following a Trading Standards visit.
Pallet truck scales combine a pump truck with a high capacity weighing scale.
A popular choice for factories and warehouses, they allow palletised goods to be weighed quickly and easily.
Trade Approved scales are used in a wide range of industries. When price is based on weight it is a legal requirement that the scale used is Trade Approved.
A failure to use Trade Approved scales for this purpose means your business can incur heavy fines.
Not every industrial scale need can be matched with a standard product - sometimes a bespoke weighing scale is needed to meet your specific requirements.
Regardless of industry, whether it is a bench, platform or counting scale, and whether it needs to be a Trade Approved scale or not - the highly skilled Marsden team can build a bespoke weighing solution exactly to your needs.
Accurate and reliable industrial weighing scales are essential for many businesses.
As is the case with most technological products, over time industrial weighing scales become less and less reliable. Marsden, with over 90 years' weighing experience, encourages backing your industrial scales with a service contract to ensure they continue to weigh accurately.
Inventory control, accurate shipments, value for money and reduced wastage: These are all benefits that counting scales bring to a business.
Counting scales make counting of multiple items much faster, and can be much more accurate than counting items by hand.