Food scales

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Bakeries, restaurants and kitchens need rugged and reliable scales for weighing and portioning....

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The OHAUS Valor 7000 compact food scale is a new addition to OHAUSs line of reliable and durable...

The Ohaus VALOR™ 1000 Compact Washdown Food Scales delivers a water-proof, sanitary, dual...

The Valor™ 1000 from OHAUS is a compact digital scale that is designed with a stainless...

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Gericke's Weigh Belt Feeder are suitable for applications in the chemical and food industry....

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This floor scale for food applications is equipped with a hinged gas lift load plate that enables easy wash down in hygienic operations. Scales which are incorporated in the process are built to comply...

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The Ohaus FD all-stainless steel construction food portioning...

An easy-to-lift polyethylene top plate on the RoughDeck SD provides an efficient mechanism...

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Structure for fold-away electronic scales destined exclusively...

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How to choose this product

food-scale

Food scales are used in the food processing industry for accurate weight measurements. They are designed specifically for the fast, accurate weighing required in food processing.

Food scales are used in different food processing applications, including dry foods, meat, fish, fruits and vegetables. Food scales used in commercial applications integrate a price computing device and a label printer.

Food scales are generally constructed of stainless steel to facilitate cleaning and maintenance for hygienic purposes. Their Ingress Protection (IP) rating indicates suitability for certain wash-down procedures. For sanitary, legal and trade certifications, food scales must comply with certain norms, which may include EC approval, OIML (International Organization of Legal Metrology), NTEP (National Type Evaluation Program), NSF, HACCP (Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Point), safety/EMC compliance, UL, CSA and NEMA.

Food scales incorporate different functionalities which can include portioning, percent weighing, moisture determination and specific gravity determination for mixing.

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