Pallet Jack Scale - Weigh It as You Lift It

Walnut, CA (PressExposure) January 25, 2012 -- In modern times individuals have been known to have many more interests than their counterparts of a few generations ago. And they can do they that because they are great at multi-tasking. So can modern machines be left far behind? The benefits of multi-tasking by machines are many and we do find several examples of machines able to do various tasks. The kitchen for example has food processors that can perform several different operations.

In the industrial world as well we can find examples of multi-tasking. Some of them are amazing and elegant at the same time. Such as a pallet jack scale []. Weighing a heavy object has been an arduous task in the past. Just as moving a heavy object from one place to another has been a difficult task. To be able to do both together is therefore quite amazing and yet something that a pallet jack scale does with ease.

The advent of the strain gauge has made it possible for weighing to be done without the need to mechanical methods which cannot be easily mounted on to a machine such as a pallet jack. The strain gauge requires very little space and is able to measure the weight in terms of the force exerted on it as that force causes a change in the resistance of the strain gauge. That change is measured and the weight calculated. Similarly it has become possible to have pallet jacks with very low vibrations even as they lift a heavy load. This means that if a digital scale is mounted on it, the reading will not be affected by vibrations.

When you get two jobs done in one go, savings are assured. And that is the unique selling point of a pallet jack scale and the reason for its wide spread popularity. If it makes sense in your business context you should opt for it at the earliest because it will pay for itself in a short span of time. You can also look for an option amongst NTEP scales if you need to use only legal for trade scales []. You can see the latest pallet jack scales at

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Lawrence has been in the weighing machines industry for over 14 years. He has been interested in the penetration of digital scales across various market segments. His special area of interest has been maximizing the value proposition of a digital scale. You can know about legal for trade scales [] & pallet jack scales [] at

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Press Release Submitted On: January 25, 2012 at 5:46 am
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