What is the Adam GBK Mplus Trade Approved Checkweighing Bench Scale?
With its high-quality grade aluminum cast platform, the OIML-approved GBK Mplus stands up to the demanding nature of rigorous industrial and repetitive commercial warehouse applications effortlessly. This versatile bench scale offers users a range of useful features and delivers speed, performance and great value.
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What are the benefits of using the Adam GBK Mplus Trade Approved Checkweighing Bench Scale?
Due to its flat weighing pan, the GBK Mplus can weigh subjects of different sizes and is ideal for parts counting, checkweighing or routine weighing, providing its user with a convenient yet versatile bench weighing scale that can complete a wide range of tasks.
A large backlit LCD that changes colour in checkweighing mode to quickly notify the user of pre-set limits contributes to the versatility and easy user operation of the GBK Mplus.
In addition, the pillar-mounted display can be used without the pillar for flexible positioning. Hardened electronics and high levels of protection make the GBK Mplus a suitable choice, especially in environments with large amounts of static present. Combined with the GBK Mplus' resolution, it can be verified up to 3,000 divisions, which makes this bench scale highly accurate and precise.
The GBK Mplus's intuitive software helps save time and reduces errors when logging data. Powered by mains power cord or the built-in rechargeable battery, the GBK Mplus can operate in a wide variety of environments. There Is also a RS-232 output for sending data to a printer or PC using Adam’s DU Software.
Popular applications of the Adam GBK Mplus Trade Approved Checkweighing Bench Scale
The GBK Mplus range is suitable for industrial settings where a robust weighing scale is necessary, or for repetitive tasks such as stock taking or parts counting. Thanks to the GBK’s trade approval, it is most commonly used in applications where weighing takes place to determine the price of items, or where items are sold based on a set weight.