Scales are initially calibrated at the factory they are made with their local traceable weights graded as E2,F1,M1 standards traceable to National UK weights and Measures Standards, so it's important to test the equipment prior to use due to gravitational influences of the balance being used in a different place to the original calibration.
If you have any queries regarding service can we ask you to download and return the product literature PDF to help us assist you we have a range of service options - by completing and returning the Product literture can help identify your needs
Weighing equipment can lose its accuracy for a variety of
reasons such as shock loading (i.e. portable scales used in different
locations, such as care homes, hospitals, vans etc.) can cause a change in the
reading, or may have "fell off the bench" and no one reported it. Our engineers test, calibrate, all scales purchased through this website.
Budget scales may be cost effective in a short term but may need calibration checked more often, the use of manufacturers power adaptors is strongly reccomended as damage to the scales electronics may occur.
If you are purchasing for use at critical control points in your process we wouldn't reccomend kitchen bathroom scales for factory use, many of which have no spirit level or means of calibration adjustment and may be constructed with glass.
Industrial Scale Repairs & Technical Support
- Brand: Scale Direct Scotland Ltd - Contact us directly for options
- Product Code: Technical Support
- Availability: In Stock
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