Pallet scales is an umbrella term used to describe a group of weighing scales used specifically for weighing crates and pallets of produce or goods. Pallet scales typically have large weighing capacities and pan sizes, and are frequently used in warehouses, factories and distribution facilities. Weighing scales within this category include pallet beams, pallet truck scales and platform scales.
Scaletec offers a selection of pallet scales with up to 3000kg weight capacity. If you would like more information about the pallet weighing scales we offer then please contact us.
R11,910.00 (Ex.VAT)Max Capacity Range 1000kg to 2000kg
The AELP series of pallet beams are ideal for pallet weighing and oversized weighing applications. AELP beams are easy to use and move, with built-in wheels and handles for mobility. Perfect for weighing large or oversized objects, pallets and containers.
R12,000.00 (Ex.VAT)Max Capacity Range 1000kg to 3000kg
Adam Equipment's PT platform scale is a solidly, mild steel-constructed platform designed for weighing pallets, crates and large containers in warehouses or on loading docks. These platforms can be combined with Adam counting and weight indicators for performing parts counting, checkweighing and dynamic/ animal weighing functions.
R25,710.00 (Ex.VAT)Max Capacity Range 2000kg to 2000kg
The PTS Pallet truck scale offers an easy and cost-efficient way to manage, move and weigh heavy loads. Heavy-duty reinforced steel pallet forks are generously sized and provide durable lifting capabilities. Ideal for commercial warehouses. shipping, distribution and production facilities.
Pallet Scales Help
Q: How to calibrate a pallet scale?
A: A Pallet scales include large weight capacities and platform sizes, therefore they require high-capacity calibration block test weights rather than standard calibration weights used on typical bench type scales.
To calibrate your pallet scale or platform, you will need to ensure that the weighing pan/base is connected to a weight indicator using an RS232 connection cable. Once connected, place the block test weights onto the weighing pan one at a time, comparing the weight value on the indicator display to the mass of the weight to ensure this correlates correctly. We recommend following the procedure of adding and removing weights at least five times moving in descending order from weights with high mass to lower mass weights. For example, 50kg, 20kg, 10kg, 5kg and then 2kg.