For ordinary users, it is difficult to imagine what is an industrial scale? In fact, when talking about industrial scales, the first thing that may come to mind are large scales, when this is not necessarily true.
When it comes to industrial scales, there are many styles and sizes to consider, each one of them is designed to achieve the best performance of industrial scales. But, when we talk about industrial scales, we are really interested in one thing: Precision at all times, regardless of the environment, materials, environment, with reliable measurements and precise repetitions.
In industrial scales, precision is everything, because the places where the scales are currently used are varied (some places are almost impossible to guess), in fact let's look at a few examples of Where to implement industrial scales?
- Scales in the agricultural industry: Scales for the agricultural industry occupy a great variety of applications and weighing, either for measuring livestock, weighing seeds, measuring fertilizers, dosing chemicals, weighing fruits and much more. In fact, as this is the basis of the raw material industry, the weighing and use of industrial scales is very important to measure profitability and production.
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- Industrial scales for transport and shipping companies: These companies must have precise knowledge of the weights and volumes of what they are sending or receiving. This helps even companies that are not dedicated to this area because in this way they can have better knowledge of their inventories.
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- Scales for the food industry: This has to be one of the most audited places in the entire industry, so the use of industrial scales has become a requirement that must be fully met. In this way, all interested parties are guaranteed that adequate quantities are being sent and received. Or in the food formulation, the quantities would be measured, in this way the recipes that require certain types of food can be maintained.
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- Scales for the mining industry: Weighing in mining is a vital need in the industry, this item, together with the food and pharmaceutical industry, has to be one of the most demanding sectors, where special certifications are even required for harsh environments (explosives environments).
And just like these industries, there are many others that require industrial scales, precise measuring instruments. Get more information on industrial scales from First Technology, the authorized dealer for Radwag scales. Digital scales manufactured and managed with ISO 9001: 2015 standards. More information doing click here.
Precise measurement & industrial scales
Beyond the origin of the scales, the need to measure and quantify accurately is essential in any manufacturing process, either with the use of scales, mass comparators or any other measuring instrument, commercial and industrial activities. They require teams that ensure a good reputation with clients and guarantee the correct administration of assets.
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How is the calibration of an industrial scale carried out?
Well, the first thing to keep in mind is that this process of calibration of the scales is that this must be done regularly, correctly and with metrological traceability in order to know the precision of the weighing instrument used, which in this case is the scale.
In calibrating an industrial scale, we must consider the following:
First we have the scale calibration test, which has been mentioned as the procedure through which the precision with which the weighing instrument performs its work is confirmed.
Once it has been defined that this work must be carried out, preparations begin.
The preparations in the calibration refers to all those pre-conditions that must be fulfilled for the test to be carried out successfully. This includes knowing the technical specifications of the instrument.
Among them, we have the maximum and minimum weight allowed by the scale and the precision of the instrument or the percentage of intrinsic error of the weighing instrument.
Once the preparation requirements are met, the weighing test is carried out, placing the load in different places on the weighing plate, in order to know if there are differences in the result of the weighing offered by the scale when placing the load in different places.
In this way you can establish the place where the measurements should be made (many weighing errors are caused by placing the load in a location outside the center of the plate) and then perform repetitions to ensure that there is an error.
If the weighing instrument gives an error, the calibration is carried out, placing loads on the plate (these loads have precise weights specified and guaranteed by an external entity) where the scale must give as a result the weight that each load indicates.
This test includes placing a load with the minimum weight stipulated by the scale and measuring it accurately (taking into account the percentage of error of the scale).
After having carried out the calibration with the loads, a second weighing test is carried out.
At this point, is where the calibration loop begins, which only ends when the measurements made by the weighing instrument or scale give satisfactory results.
Well, if the scale has been calibrated, then the measurements should be accurate tolerating only the margin of error stipulated by the manufacturer, in this measurement the weighing is carried out with several repetitions to successfully verify that a successful calibration has been achieved.
Otherwise, recalibrations and weighing tests are carried out, until the test is considered completed and successful.
We must bear in mind that the main focus of these tests, the considerations indicated, the different tests and practices may vary, but the principles are the same.
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