Baby weighing scales feature comfortable, smooth designs for safely weighing newborn babies and toddlers. Monitoring the weight of babies on a regular basis is essential for ensuring that they are developing properly. Weight loss or stunted growth can be a sure sign that a newborn baby is not developing the way they should be, indicating a lack in essential nutrients required for healthy development. A digital baby scale can record weight over a selected time span to provide precise coverage of a baby's development from birth to toddler.
Scaletec supply the MTB baby and toddler weighing scale manufactured by Adam Equipment. The MTB offers comfort and support through a smooth weighing pan surface and cradle, allowing nurses, paediatricians and parents to safely weigh newborn babies. The baby scale offers an easy to read LCD display with a hold feature to capture the babies weight with ease. The MTB also features a detachable weighing pan that can be used to weigh toddlers.
For more information about Adam Equipment's MTB baby scale, please contact us.
- Max Capacity Range
- 20kg to 20kg
- Readability Range
- 5g to 5g
The MTB baby scale from Adam Equipment is a versatile baby / toddler weighing scale offering an easy to read LCD display with a hold feature to capture a baby's weight. Perfect for neo-natal wards, paediatricians, doctors offices and personal home use.
Baby Scales Help
Q: Does my baby scale need to be NRCS/ Class Approved?
A: This will depend on country and what the scale is used for. For professional environments such as hospitals, doctor's offices and clinics, trade approved baby scales may be a legal requirement to ensure that the equipment being used meets the standards outlined by an authoritative medical body. (e.g the Department of Health (DOH) or IVD certifcation for specialist medical device regulations in South Africa).
If you are using the scale personally at home or in organised parent and baby sessions, it should be perfectly acceptable to use a baby scale without formal trade certifications.