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Scales for Agriculture & Farming

  • Adam LHS Crane Scales

    Original price £339.00 - Original price £365.00
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    Adam Equipment's LHS digital crane scale features cast aluminium magnesium housing and a rotating chrome-plated steel hook and swivel shackle to ...

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    Original price £339.00 - Original price £365.00
    Original price
    £339.00 - £365.00
    £339.00 - £365.00
    Current price £339.00
    (excl VAT)
  • Kern HCB Hanging Crane Scale

    Original price £104.00 - Original price £280.00
    Original price
    £104.00 - £280.00
    £104.00 - £280.00
    Current price £104.00
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    What is the Kern HCB Hanging Crane Scale? The Kern HCB is a lightweight crane scale with a range of high capacity weighing options, right up to an ...

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    Original price £104.00 - Original price £280.00
    Original price
    £104.00 - £280.00
    £104.00 - £280.00
    Current price £104.00
    (excl VAT)
Buy scales for agriculture and farming from Inscale Scales

Farming can be complex, that's why we sell a wide variety of agricultural and farming products for many different applications. Inscale's range of farming and agricultural weighing scales are made to help in all areas of farming, from measuring chemicals in fertilisers to weighing small farm animals such as lambs and goats. We know that weighing plays a hugely important role in farming, so it's crucial that you own equipment that you can depend on to give accurate results, even in challenging environments.

We stock products suitable for a range of agricultural needs including moisture analysers, Uk trade approved bench scales, portable hanging scales and mild steel platform scales.

How do I weigh fertilisers?

Purpose-made fertilisers require gardners and farmers to weigh chemicals such as nitrogen, phosphates and potash according to a specific ratio. Different crops require different soil PH levels, therefore the balance between chemicals is essential in order to create a soil state suitable for growth.

Alongside chemicals, fertiliser solubility also needs to be determined. Moisture analysers can be used to precisely measure the moisture content of organic samples. This data can be used to calculate the percentage of water intake within the soil and therefore determine the amount of chemicals to be used to maintain optimum soil nutrition.

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