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Conveyor Scales

Conveyor scales are systems used for weighing bulk materials as they are conveyed along a conveyor belt. These scales can be integrated into an existing conveyor system or they can be standalone units. Conveyor scales are used in a variety of industries, such as mining, quarrying, and recycling.

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No matter the size of your inventory, we're here to assist you in selecting the optimal model that fits your specific needs.

Wide Range of Size & Capacities

With a wide range of sizes and capacities, our conveyor scales can accommodate small or large quantities of items, making them perfect for industrial and manufacturing environments.

Weigh Belt Feeders

Belt conveyors, weigh belts and weigh-belt feeders are available in a great number of variations as well as different applications and industries.

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WS911 Screw Weigher

Create an in-line measurement without disturbing product flow with a screw weigh system, which includes a weigh frame, load cell , junction box, speed pickup

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Conveyor Scale FAQs

Conveyor scales are weighing systems that are designed to weigh items as they move along a conveyor belt or other type of conveyor system. They are commonly used in industries such as logistics, manufacturing, and food production to accurately weigh items during the production or shipping process.

Conveyor scales typically consist of a conveyor belt or other conveyor system, along with load cells that measure the weight of items as they move along the conveyor. The weight measurements are then recorded and displayed on a digital readout or transmitted to a computer or other data collection system.

When choosing a conveyor scale, some features to consider include its accuracy, speed, capacity, durability, and connectivity options (such as data logging and reporting capabilities).

Yes, many conveyor scales are designed to be integrated into production lines to provide real time weight measurements and ensure that items are within the acceptable weight range.

To calibrate your conveyor scale, you will typically need a set of certified calibration weights that are traceable to a national or international standard. You can then follow the manufacturer’s instructions for calibrating the scale, which may involve adjusting the calibration settings or performing a zero calibration. It is important to calibrate your conveyor scale regularly to ensure accurate measurements.

Yes, many conveyor scales can be customized to meet specific application requirements. This may include customization of the conveyor system, load cells, or other components to ensure that the scale is suitable for the specific application. It is important to work with a manufacturer or supplier who can provide customized solutions to ensure that the scale meets your specific needs.

What Our Customers Say

"American Scale's technicians are the best I've ever seen. They never stopped working, never goofed off and were very knowledgeable and could answer every question I asked."
Karen Gramm
Regional Manager, ABF Freight
"The service and overall satisfaction is a 10! The guys do an excellent job."
Terri Keller
Master Manufacturing
"There is nothing negative I can say.  American Scale addresses our critical scale breakdowns in less than 24 hours, they don't quit until the job is done, they are knowledgeable, courteous, attentive, helpful with suggestions, willing to do anything for us, build in efficiencies, minimize disruptions to our production, etc., etc. To sum it up, my confidence in American Scale only grows stronger and stronger. I couldn't ask for a better rapport with a company than what I have with American Scale. My expectations continue to grow, and American Scale meets them."
Shannon Miller
Red Spot Paint & Varnish
"American Scale's technicians are the best I've ever seen. They never stopped working, never goofed off and were very knowledgeable and could answer every question I asked."
Karen Gramm
Regional Manager, ABF Freight
"The service and overall satisfaction is a 10! The guys do an excellent job."
Terri Keller
Master Manufacturing
"There is nothing negative I can say.  American Scale addresses our critical scale breakdowns in less than 24 hours, they don't quit until the job is done, they are knowledgeable, courteous, attentive, helpful with suggestions, willing to do anything for us, build in efficiencies, minimize disruptions to our production, etc., etc. To sum it up, my confidence in American Scale only grows stronger and stronger. I couldn't ask for a better rapport with a company than what I have with American Scale. My expectations continue to grow, and American Scale meets them."
Shannon Miller
Red Spot Paint & Varnish

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