Crane Scales

Crane scales are similar to hanging scales, as they are used for weighing items by hanging them and measuring their weight via suspension.

However, crane scales are often used for very large items that are either too awkward or too heavy to weigh with the hanging variety. Crane scales come in handy for a huge range of businesses to help weigh large units of products.

The scales are crane controlled and display their information on screens that come as part of the product. The suspended nature of the scale allows you to save floor space when the product is not in use, making them an ideal solution for measuring the weight of goods in busy warehouses.

Gravitation provides a variety of different kinds of crane scales to suit your needs. Their products range from a capacity of 15kg to 50,000kg, and many are equipped with an LCD display.

This makes Gravitation the perfect company for a variety of industrial businesses looking to buy crane scales. There is such a wide range of products for buyers to choose from at a price that won't break the bank.

Crane Scales Explained

Crane scales are perfect for weighing very heavy and awkwardly shaped items. If you are weighing an item that is too difficult to fit onto a standard scale, crane scales are the perfect alternative!

Gravitation stocks plenty of different types of crane scales to suit whatever your needs may be. The scales come in many different styles and with different capacities, ensuring that you will find the perfect one for you and your business.

Using a crane scale will provide you with an accurate figure, as due to its suspended nature, there is no chance of any of the items being weighed hanging off the side.

Crane scales are also a space-saving solution as they do not take up any floor space. Instead, these relatively small devices are suspended and do not take up unnecessary space when they are not in use.

Using a crane scale is a pretty straightforward process. Simply secure the weighing device to the handle or grip onto the object being weighed, ensure that the object is level and the weight on the LCD display screen is set at zero, then use the controls to lift the object. It really is that easy!

Gravitation has some of the best weight measuring devices on the market, all at a reasonable price.

Choosing The Correct Crane Scale

There are many factors that you need to consider when choosing the right weight measuring device for you.

Most importantly, you need to have a good idea of the average weight of the items you will be regularly weighing. There is no point in buying a product with a maximum capacity of 50,000kg if you know that nothing you will be weighing is over 20,000kg.

Alternatively, you do not want to underestimate your heaviest items and end up buying a product that is useless when it comes to your biggest items.

Avoid anything that looks overly complicated, as you want the weighing process to be as easy as possible.

Consider the space where you will be keeping your crane scale and keep this in mind whilst you browse prospective scales. Ideally, you want to pick one that will fit nicely alongside your other equipment and machinery.

It is also important to keep your budget in mind when shopping. Gravitation has a variety of scales that are suitable for clients with different price ranges.

FAQs

What can a crane scale be used for?

Crane scales can be used to weigh very large, heavy objects. They are ideal for weighing items that are too big or awkwardly shaped to fit onto a standard scale.

What are the advantages of using a crane scale?

They are great for weighing items that are difficult to fit onto regular weighing devices. They also save businesses industrial floor space as they work by suspending objects in the air.

Are crane scales accurate?

They are generally accurate between 0.1 to 0.2 per cent, ensuring that your results will be almost spot on every single time.

How much can a crane scale weigh?

Gravitation's range of crane scales varies from having a maximum limit of 15kg to 50,000kg. As long as what you seek to weigh has no more than a maximum weight of 50,000kg, Gravitation will have a crane scale suitable for you and your business' needs.

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