Part counting scales are used, unsurprisingly, to count things! They are highly accurate digital scales for parts counting, checkweighing and inventory control in industrial commercial environments.
Why use a counting scale?
Well, counting by hand is boring, time consuming and quite frankly prone to human error. Digital counting scales and balances are designed to save you time and energy, which directly results in cost savings. They are used to count up to large volumes of identical parts, components, coins, etc. Anything that has a fixed and known weight and would be laborious to count by hand.
Typically, industrial counting scales are able to pay for themselves in a very short period of time, especially when it comes round to the dreaded audit. Counting scales assist hugely with managing inventory or stock control and many can even weigh light items such as paper.
There are two types of digital counting scales, the first is the standard scales with a counting function, and the second are dedicated scales with three displays (weight, sample weight and quantity).
Choosing the right counting scale can be difficult, we do recommend that if you are at all unsure as to the suitability of a scale that you contact us for advice.
We recommend reading the following articles: 'Are you counting on the right scales?' and 'Three Steps to Finding the Right Piece Part Counting Scales for Your Needs'
RRP £265.00 (Excl.VAT)Max Capacity Range 3000g to 48kg
CBC bench counting scales manufactured by Adam Equipment. CBC scales are quick and accurate counting scales that can be used on a worktop or workbench surface. Ideal for many retail and industrial commercial environments for streamlining stock taking procedures.
RRP £265.00 (Excl.VAT)Max Capacity Range 20kg to 20kg
The CCEU is a coin / token counting scale that offers quick performance to count money or tokens accurately.
With 9 preset values and 3 token values the CCEU lets you easily access different values so that the users can perform calculations with ease.
The memory total means that values can be added up to give you a running total of all the calculations. The RS-232 interface lets you print your results to a computer or printer as n
RRP £1,065.00 (Excl.VAT)Max Capacity Range 500g to 50kg
With the incorporation of A&D’s unique Super Hybrid Sensor (SHS) technology, the FC-Si models are capable of an internal resolution of FIVE million parts.
All FC-i and FC-Si models utilize ACAI, A&D’s exclusive Automatic Count Accuracy Improvement. ACAI combines
the two most critical performance requirements of a counting scale: count accuracy and operation efficiency.
Initial Average Piece Weight can be determine...
RRP £235.00 (Excl.VAT)Max Capacity Range 3000g to 30kg
Fantastic value counting scale featuring 1 in 750,000 count accuracy, easy operation, 99 ID memories, rechargable battery, detachable display and audible weighing assist (AWA). Capacities of 3,6,15 and 30kg are available.
RRP £265.00 (Excl.VAT)Max Capacity Range 3000g to 48kg
The CBK bench checkweigher from Adam Equipment. The CBK is a reliable checkweighing machine for accurately calculating the weight of small packages, products and containers, ensuring they are consistent with a pre-set weight. Ideal for stockrooms and commercial industrial warehouses.
RRP £325.00 (Excl.VAT)Max Capacity Range 4000g to 48kg
The Adam Equipment CBD Series of bench counting scales has the option for connecting a secondary platform or counting scale, perfect for larger counting operations in busy commercial warehouse environments. CBD scales have the ability to store up to 100 product descriptions along with net weights and tare weights, streamlining annual stock taking operations.
RRP £325.00 (Excl.VAT)Max Capacity Range 16kg to 60kg
The Adam Equipment GBC bench counting scale is a fully featured counting machine with numeric keypad for unit weight and sample entry. The bright large backlit display shows unit weight, total weight and number of pieces. A grade 304 stainless steel top pan with die cast aluminium base and pillar mounted ABS plastic indicator, make the GBC a durable industrial bench counting scale.
RRP £375.00 (Excl.VAT)Max Capacity Range 75kg to 300kg
Adam Equipment's GFC weighing scale is a fully featured floor counting scale with numeric keypad for unit weight and sample entry. The bright large backlit display shows unit weight, total weight and number of pieces. A grade 304 stainless steel top pan with die cast aluminium and pillar mounted ABS plastic indicator, make the GFC a durable industrial floor counting scale.
Counting Scales Help
Q: What are counting scales?
A: A counting scale is designed, as it suggests, to count items placed on the machine, to replace manual counting. Have you ever tried counting out two-hundred M3 screws? It's time consuming and so very boring. Imagine having to count 15,000 by hand? It would take ages! So a counting machine is designed to specifically remove that time cost and, let's be honest, repetitive boredom.
Q: How do counting scales work?
A: On most dedicated counting scales there will be three displays - 'Weight', 'Piece Part Weight' and 'Total Count’. Weight gives the total weight applied to the scale, piece part weight is the individual average weight of the items being counted and the magic resulting total number of pieces is on the last display. In order to count accurately, counting scales need to be told what item they are counting. This means we first have to weigh a sample. The sample gives the scale two pieces of information, the weight and how many pieces that weight is. So we count a sample of say 25 screws and place them on the pan and the weight was 25g. So the scale knows that the individual weight is 1g, 25g divided by 25 items. Once the scale has this information you can now add screws to reach your target number of pieces, and watch the total count.
Q: Why do I need a counting scale?
A: Well imagine having to do a stock check by hand, and you have thousands of components to count in your stores. How many man hours would be needed to count everything? Also, it’s important to note that the store is likely to be closed while this job is undertaken, potentially resulting in lost sales. Counting scales remove the need for manual counting and speed up the stock taking processes, saving you time and money. It is said that once you use a counting scale you never go back to manually counting.