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Rugged scales handle logistical tasks

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Adam Equipment

The AGB and AGF range of bench and floor scales (photo, p. 32) feature an integrated indicator with a durable stainless-steel housing, offering protection against dust and water. Along with an audible alarm, the color-changing display shifts during checkweighing mode for at-a-glance notification if weights are over, under or within a pre-set limit. All of these features make the AGB and AGF scales well suited for heavy-duty logistical applications in warehouses. Capacities for the AGB range from 16 to 260 lb, while the AGF’s capacities range from 175 to 1,320 lb. Weighing units for the pair include grams, kilograms, Newtons, pounds, ounces and more. In addition to conventional weighing, the scales offer parts counting with preset sample sizes, percentage weighing, checkweighing and check counting. A hold function freezes the displayed weight, allowing time to elapse without losing the result. The scales also feature a zero-tracking function to ensure the display returns to a zero reading. — Adam Equipment, Milton Keynes, U.K.

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