Counting Scales are typically used to determine the number of parts in large sample of identical pieces. They determine the number of parts in a sample by weighing the sample, and dividing it by the weight of each individual part. If counting parts by hand is too boring and time consuming, we have the counting scale for you. Counting parts by hand is an error prone process. The right counting scale will not only eliminate errors, it will increase productivity and will reduce your labor costs. Counting scales pay for themselves in a very short time when they allow you to download product and operator data, receive real-time transactions, provide production reports and improve trace ability. We offer Rice Lake, Sartorius and A&D counting scales specifically designed for counting parts. We also offer our own CAT 920 counting and trace ability scales and dual counting scales that can be integrated into much larger systems.
Choosing the Right Counting Scale
Choosing the right counting scale depends on your application. To keep an accurate inventory for even the smallest parts, its best to look for the highest precision possible. As is often the case, a counting scale will sacrifice ease of use and speed in order to maximize the precision and accuracy of counting. Technologies, such as the ACAI, Automatic Counting Accuracy Improvement of the FC-i Series, promise to achieve greater precision without sacrificing ease of use or operational speed. Other features to look for include whether or not the scale is 100% stainless steel which is very important when appearance, durability and cleanliness are important issues. Readability is another consideration if you need to read the weight from a variety of angles. Counting scales that allow you to keep track of product data, real-time transactions, and provide production reports are another great way to improve your productivity.
Counting Scale Applications
Ideally suited for a host of counting applications, including annual inventories, stock rooms, print shops and rentals, the counting scales can be used to count parts ranging from semiconductor chips, electronic coils and screws to ticket stubs and seeds. They can be used to determine the number of parts in large quantities of identical pieces. They are very handy in many manufacturing, packaging and other commercial and industrial applications. Counting scales are often used to determine the number of parts in large containers of small things such as screws or washers. Our counting scales ensure accurate and reliable control over incoming and outgoing products in almost every industry. Whether you use it for inventory management or stock taking, or quality control, our counting scales will increase productivity and reduce giveaway.
- Pharmaceutical - used to accurately count tablets and capsules.
- Plastics - used to count plastic extruded parts.
- Fastener Industry - used count washers, nuts, bolts and other small machined parts.
- Electronic - used to count small parts which are used to build a variety of electronic components.
- Automotive - used to count a variety of automotive components and parts.
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