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Low cost digital platform scales

26-10-2010
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Hi-Weigh Australia has reduced the price of its Weightronic range of low cost digital platform scales.

The platform scales are available in the following weighing capacities:

  • 50kg x 5g accuracy
  • 100kg x 10g accuracy
  • 200kg x 20g accuracy
  • 300kg x 50g accuracy

Weightronic scales are designed for use in many industries including packaging, food, warehousing and virtually any application where accurate weighing is a requirement.

Features include:

  • Mains and battery operation
  • Large backlit display (25mm)
  • Stainless Steel weigh platform measuring
  • 530mm x 410mm (overhang permitted), Moisture protected Load Cell and Tare facility

The display unit can be supported with a pillar or remotely mounted on wall or desk.

Hi-Weigh Australia Pty Ltd
Ph: 02 9605 3500

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