Across a number of industries, like food production and personal care, it’s necessary to weigh ingredients or raw materials as part of the production process. This could either be to optimise your usage of stock, to produce the best quality product you can, or to ensure you satisfy the relevant auditing processes and adhere to legal guidelines. In any case, bench scales are a great option for businesses who need to weigh smaller items. A bench scale is a small, compact scale that can be easily moved from one workbench to another, which is where they get the name.
More often than not, bench scales are built to withstand the busy environments of a factory or bakery floor, and make use of stainless steel weighing plates. Thanks to this, they are usable across both wet and dry environments and are a convenient way of weighing or mixing smaller items, even in more limited spaces.
Here at Stevens Traceability, we provide a variety of bench scales and weighing scales that are suitable across many industries such as food, beverage, logistics and more – click here to see all the industries we work with. We strive to help and advise customers on the best scales for their requirements. In this post, we’re going to take a look at some of the various bench scales we have on offer, and discuss what their strengths are to help you find a scale to suit you and your business needs.