Bench scale line addresses over/under weighing applications

Xpress Bench Scale line from Mettler Toledo with more than a dozen scale variations helps end-users over/under check weighing applications.

06/16/2005


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Xpress Bench Scale line from Mettler Toledo is available with more than a dozen scale variations and helps end-users over/under check weighing applications.

Xpress Bench Scale line from Mettler Toledo with more than a dozen scale variations helps end-users over/under check weighing applications. Featuring the Xpress line’s point, click, and ship option, the
Xpress Economy is intended for straight weighing applications where only gross weight reading is required. It offers ac or battery power, and includes a stainless steel 304 platter, a six-digit bright red LED display, and overload and shock protection to 125% of the scale capacity. It is offered in five models with capacities from 60-600 lb.

Xpress Standard comes in four platform sizes and seven capacities with 5000d resolution throughout the line. Easy-to-use over/under indication and rugged stainless steel construction make it suitable for applications involving portion control, such as food processing, packaging and agricultural operations. Nine models are available in the Standard line, with capacities from 5-500 lb.

—Jeanine Katzel, senior editor, Control Engineering, jkatzel@reedbusiness.com





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