It’s hard to emphasize the importance of a thorough inspection of weighing equipment. Having factory-trained certified technicians check for problems can eliminate repair costs and equipment downtime, which is why we offer Inspection Service Agreements (ISA).
This crucial service works similarly to an insurance policy: it ensures proper maintenance, cleaning and calibration in an attempt to tackles issues before they happen. The ISA sets Carolina Scales ahead of other companies in our field, because our customers know we will take care of their machinery; giving them one less thing to distract them from their jobs!
Agreements like this will offer a variety of services. The ISA will cover regular scale and balance checks, which can mean semi-monthly, monthly, bi-monthly, quarterly, or semi-annually depending on the customer’s specific needs. The more frequent the checks are the less likely emergency maintenance will have to be performed.
Another benefit to the ISA is that all tested equipment is labeled and certified, allowing customers to access certification information online through our Certificate Retrieval System (CRS). ISA customers can look through the entire history of their certified equipment.
Our service isn’t the only maintenance agreement out there, but with the expertise of the Carolina Scales technicians the ISA is ahead of the competition. Keeping scales and balances running to their potential is just a part of what we do.
The United States is having a manufacturing renaissance and every detail matters when it comes to bringing Made-In-America back! This even goes for things like scales. For manufacturing companies to be successful in a modern era they need to have the best possible equipment. Scales need to be easy to set up quickly, versatile and dependable. Luckily, an industrial duty low profile floor scales offer just that.
Floor scales are available in capacities up to 20,000-lbs, with 5,000-lbs being the most widly used! These measurements can be displayed in pounds or kilograms, which have the ability to connect to a printer for printed tickets. This is exactly the kind of flexibility manufacturers need to get the most out of these floor scales.
Different floor scales will all have different specifications that make them work for any manufacturers’ specific operation. As far as this specific scale goes, operators can look forward to four premium alloy steel nickel plated load cells that are waterlight for wet environments with a capacity twice that of the scale capacity, built in overload protection and nema 4x waterlight junction box.
Every piece of the equation matters and getting the right scale can have a tremendous effect on a manufacturing facility. With this floor scale, operators are assured an easy setup process, weatherproofing, and high accuracy weighing ability. With that kind of equipment available, it’s no wonder made-in-America is making a comeback.