Q1: How accurate are crane scales?
A1: The crane scale has a measuring range of 0 … 1000 kg and a resolution of 0.1 kg. With an accuracy of 1% of the measuring range, the crane scale is also a precise measuring device.
Q2: What is a crane scale?
A2: A crane scale is a dynamometer/ load cell/ load links outfitted with equipment appropriate for suspended weighing, such as large openings in upper shackles, with hooks on the bottom and large dials for easy distant viewing. The inherent efficiency of the crane scale guarantees its continuing popularity.
Q3: How do I reset a small digital scale?
A3: First, reset the unit by pressing ON/OFF button and wait until "0.0" is shown. And then press and hold the UNITS button for 3 seconds until "CAL" is displayed.
Tips: Why should I choose a crane scale?
Crane scales are perfect for weighing heavy goods. The scale of SISCO can weigh items up to 20 tonnes in weight - which is greater than almost any off-the-shelf industrial scale. Crane scales may also be better suited to weighing goods that are in an awkward shape- sometimes platform scales are not suitable for this use, and it is easier to suspend the weight. Unlike platform scales, crane scales do not take up floor space. As it can be left in situ when not in use it does not disrupt day-to-day warehouse operations.
Potentially crane scales can also save labour costs and time. Small crane scales are built for portability, so the scale can be taken to the item, rather than taking the item to the scale. Further, the remote control feature means the scale can be operated from a distance.