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Balance and Weighing Scale Specialists

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Balances And Scales - South Africa

Call Durban Office: 031 564 8755

Call Capetown Office: 021 982 0928

Crane Scales

Heavy duty crane scales and hanging scales for dependable industrial weighing. When weighing suspended loads hanging scales and crane scales can handle all kinds of items including large shipping containers and commercial fishing nets from 25kg through to 10,000kg.

Crane scales have larger weighing capacities than hanging scale models and are more suited to heavy industrial weighing in warehouses, factories and dockyards. These scales also tend to be more expensive than their hanging scale counterparts.

Scaletec's industrial crane & hanging scales for sale

Scaletec offers a variety of industrial suspension scales manufactured by Adam Equipment that can be used for a wide range of commercial and industrial weighing tasks requiring suspended lifting. Our scales also have a selection of displays and remote control options to choose from. If you need assistance choosing the best crane scale for your needs, please contact us.

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Q: How do crane scales work?

A: Crane scales come with a hook attachment that can be used to suspend weigh bags, sacks and other containers with handles.

To weigh items, ensure that the object you want to weigh has a handle or, alternatively, can be placed into a sack or bag with suitable handles. Configure the scale to the weighing units you want to use and ensure the scale is showing zero on the display before a weight is added. From here, simply place handle of the item onto the scale's weighing hook whilst holding the scale's handle with your other hand, this should provide you with the total weight of the object due to gravity.

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