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Redesigned Ton Cylinder Lifting Bar — Lighter, Stronger, Now with Fork Lift Holes

Scaletron has redesigned its Model 3000LB™ Ton Cylinder Lifting Bar. Not only is the lifting bar now stronger than the original model, it's also lighter making it easier to handle and less costly to ship.

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Scaletron Launches New Trade Show Booth to Facilitate Increased Sales

Scaletron has announced a significant investment in a new trade show display booth with updated branding. With its stunning contemporary look, the new Scaletron display is designed to impress, educate and facilitate face to face marketing with tradeshow attendees.

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Custom Platform Scale Improves Water Softening Process at Illinois-based Water Treatment Plant

The water treatment process at an Illinois-based water treatment plant requires adding a specific volume of lime (calcium hydroxide) to a slurry mixing machine. Determination of the exact volume is made by precise weighing of the slurry mixer before and after adding the lime. The constant vibration of the mixer would cause the slurry mixer to "walk" across the scale platform.

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Scaletron Ton Cylinder Scales Help Oil Company Weather the Tropics

A major brand oil refinery located near the Caribbean Sea required scales for weighing ton cylinders of liquefied chlorine. The oil refinery conducted an extensive product review which concluded with the ordering of six Scaletron Model 3001 Ton Cylinder Scales and two Model 1099 Chemical Process Controllers.

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New Spill Containment Scale — Proven Functionality at an Affordable Price

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.

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New Batch Processing Controller Automates and Accurately Monitors Dosing & Dispensing Procedures

Scaletron has introduced the Model 1020-B™ batch process controller for use in the industrial and chemical process industries. The controller automates batch-out processing eliminating the need for an operator to visually monitor dosing and dispensing processes. For filling or emptying containers placed on the scale, the new controller provides accurate readings to 5-digits and enables integration with other up- or downstream processes. Recommended for use with Scaletron drum, tank, platform and stainless steel platform scale bases, the Model 1020-B controller features simple operation using a six-button panel with indicator lights.

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Rapid Alert Alarm for Spill Containment Basins Increases Worker Safety, Protects Equipment

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.

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Scaletron Industries Introduces New Scale: The Economic Model 2305™ Offers Versatility and Accuracy

Scaletron has announced the addition of the Model 2305™ Digital Single Cylinder Eco-Scale designed to provide a lower cost and more versatile solution for weighing chemicals used in water and wastewater treatment applications. The Model 2305™ can weigh cylinders up to 10.5 inches in diameter and 150 pound capacity.

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Complete Line of Secondary Spill Containment Scales

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.

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Spill Containment Scales Have Several Very Important Features

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.

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