Spill Containment Scales
Corrosion Resistant Scales Reduce Maintenance, Allow Remote Monitoring for Maine Water Treatment Facilities
The municipal water districts located in Mars Hill and Hampden, Maine wanted to upgrade the older hydraulic scales being used in their water treatment processes. Both districts found that the scales were plagued by inaccurate readings and frequent maintenance, and were easily corroded by the caustic chemicals being used.
Scaletron’s Model 4042ECO™ Economical Spill Containment Scales offer many advantages that our competitors can’t match! Watch our new video to learn more about the unique advantages of our Spill Containment Scales including:
Scaletron’s Model 4042™ Spill Containment Scales offer many advantages that our competitors can’t match! Watch our new video to learn more about the unique advantages of our Spill Containment Scales including:
Scaletron has introduced a new spill containment scale offering high end functionality at a cost-effective price. The new Model 4042 ECO spill containment scale meets a broad range of governmental, industrial and municipal applications, and complies with secondary spill containment requirements as specified by EPA, OSHA and other regulatory agencies.
Scaletron has introduced a spill alarm for use with their full line of spill containment scales. Ideal for industrial and chemical process applications, the Scaletron spill alarm is housed inside an integrated collection basin where leaks and spills are first detectable. The relay may be used to trigger a light or an audible alarm.
Scaletron Industries. Ltd. continues its position as the "World Leader in Water Treatment Chemical Scales™" with its NEW Patented Model 4042™ Spill Containment Scale and Model 4042WB™ Secondary Spill Containment Scale™ for weighing chemicals in: Tanks, Drums, Intermediate Bulk Containers (IBC's) and Tote Bins.
These new Scaletron scales weigh only the chemical dispensed into the water treatment system. If there is a chemical spill the weight is still on the scale and doesn't read as though it has been dispensed into the system.