The provided coffee scale is a kitchen scale, used for weighing accurately seasonings, tea, coffee beans, and traditional Chinese medicine. Digital coffee scale with timer, 0.1 to 3000g capacity, g/lb/oz unit conversions, small size, portable and lightweight, easy to use and clean.
Coffee scale with timer is available with a 0.1g to 3kg capacity.
- <ABS Design> Coffee scale is designed with a high-density ABS scale body anti-scratch and wear-resistant, durable with a weighing panel insulation protection pad.
- <Multifunctional> Not just for coffee, digital coffee scale is also used for baking jewelry medicine, seasoning, hardware and the chemical industry.
- <Rounded Corner> Coffee scale edge anti-collision rounded corner design is provided.
Coffee scale supports different unit conversions (g/oz/lb/ml).
- <LCD display> Digital coffee scale has a large screen button design humanized and convenient for operation.
- <High precision> sisco electronic coffee scale accuracy up to 0.1g.
- <Unit conversion> It adopts a high precision sensor, weighing speed, faster, more stable and more accurate. coffee scale supports free switching of g/lb/oz/ml units to meet the weighing needs of various materials.
sisco coffee scale is a device used to measure the weight of coffee and water during your brewing process. A coffee scale gives you complete control over how much coffee and water you use, which means you'll never have to guess with scoops again. Digital display coffee scales are not only used to measure the baking ingredients and coffee weight but also used in industries such as jewelry, medicine, condiments, hardware and chemicals.
Q1: What is a kitchen scale?
A1: A kitchen scale is a tool used to accurately measure the weight of food ingredients used in cooking. Kitchen scales are generally made of ABS or AAS plastic and stainless steel. Electronic kitchen scales may also use toughened glass because toughened glass is easy to clean, so it is generally used as the tray part of the kitchen scale.
Q2: How do kitchen scales work?
A2: Like ordinary scales, kitchen scales also use electronic sensing or spring expansion to determine mass. In comparison, the accuracy of electronic sensing will be higher than that of spring measurement.
Q3: How to use the kitchen scale?
- Determine the type of kitchen scale you want to use. Some people prefer to buy a digital scale because it provides precise measurements.
- Read the instruction manual that comes with the kitchen scale. Reading the instructions will help you understand the specific functions of your kitchen scale.
- Reset the kitchen scale to zero, and then measure.
- Weighing bowl or container for storing the food you weigh. You need to know the weight of the container so you can subtract it when adding food to it.
- Place the food portion in the container on the kitchen scale to get the correct reading.
Tips: Types of scales
- According to the purpose, it is divided into household kitchen scales and hotel kitchen scales.
- According to the sensor, it is divided into an electronic kitchen scale and a mechanical kitchen scale. sisco kitchen scale, coffee scale and spoon scale are electronic kitchen scales.
- According to food raw materials, it is divided into a liquid measurement kitchen scale and a mass measurement kitchen scale.
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