To begin with, defining a commercial weighing application isnâ€™t normally straightforward. Weighing scales move around and get employed for things beyond our control. Legally, a NTEP approved device is required whenever money changes hands based on a scaleâ€™s reading. Freight scales, for instance, should be NTEP approved and selling apples by the pound using the RS130 scale would be a legal for trade situation. Of these situations government mandates that a scale must pass tests put forth by the National Type Evaluation Program (NTEP). These regulations should protect us, the consumer. But hereâ€™s something to consider. The majority of us buckle our seat belts right? We all do so because itâ€™s smart, not just because itâ€™s what the law states. The same goes for scales.
When you get down to business, we make use of a scale because we want to know a precise weight and trust the information we receive. When selecting a scale to weigh your bananas, or packages, or dose of medicine, can you select one thatâ€™s been tested as accurate, or one thatâ€™s never been tested at all? There may be a market for all kinds of equipment. But think about why a scale hasnâ€™t passed the test. It probably costs less, and Continue reading