Medical Weighing Scales - Includes Chair, Fitness and Baby Scales
Inscale's selection of health, fitness and medical scales manufactured by Adam Equipment, A&D and Kern. We provide modern stylish products which are both reliable and accurate. The scales in this section are equipped with BMI technology and can be combined with thermal printers or computers via an RS-232 cable.
Our health and fitness scales employ BMI calculation to accurately monitor the weight of users in health clubs, slimming groups, spas and gym environments. We stock title="MUW Health and Fitness Scales" href="/muw-health-and-fitness-scales">ultrasonic gym scales for monitoring weight loss and effortlessly calculating BMI, height and weight as soon as the user steps onto the scale platform.
For users with limited accessibility, wheelchair scales can be set up in care home environments providing accurate BMI calculation through a built-in weighing mechanism underneath the chair surface.
We also supply a selection of low-cost, personal digital scales, slimming scales and bathroom scales for everyday weighing. Our personal digital scales are ideal for accurate food portioning and dietary control, featuring compact designs and easy-to-clean weighing pans, perfect for any kitchen worktop. Kern's MGD bathroom scale is a simple, low profile weighing scale with non-slip rubber feet for added stability. The MGD has a modern, elegant design built with personal hygiene in mind. This scale includes a large flat glass weighing plate that ensures maximum safety when stepping onto the scale platform.
Our selection of medical weighing scales a suitable for wide range of applications including accurate monitoring of patient weight, precise measuring of medicines in chemists and weighing blood packs. Some of our medical scales are supplied with the Class III approvals and comply with the Medical Product Law (also known as Medical Devices Directive), for use in Hospitals, Clinics and Doctors Surgeries where the EU Law requires approved weighing scales to be used in the medical data analysis of patient weights.
For Medical Professionals, such as Doctors, Consultants, Care Workers and Midwives, it is vitally important to know the accurate weight of patients. The weight is used to monitor people's health, provide medicines, administer anaesthetics and monitor growth in babies and toddlers.
Our non-approved weighing scales are used by leisure and fitness centres, gyms and health spas where medical data analysis and diagnosis or diagnostics is not required, but accurate weight reading and BMI calculation is necessary for monitoring peoples long term health.
For more information about the medical scales we offer, please feel free to contact us - We are happy to recommend a medical scale to suit all your weighing needs!
RRP £150.00 (Excl.VAT)
- Max Capacity Range
- 6000g to 200kg
- Readability Range
- 2g to 50g
CPWplus S weighing scales have a 300mm x 300mm platform size and a maximum weight capacity of 200kg, a firm choice for customers looking for a 'one scale fits all' approach to weighing. This scale can be used on a floor or workbench surface depending on the amount of space required.
Medical & Health Help
Q: What is a medical scale used for?
A: Medical weighing scales are used for a variety of different applications which differ depending on whether the scale is a trade approved scale or a non-approved scale. However, medical weighing scales are mainly used to monitor the weight of patients.
Q: Who uses medical scales?
A: Medical weighing scales are used primarily by professionals such as doctors or within hospital or lab environments. Within these environments approved medical scales are required as it is vital to know the accurate weight of patients and be able to monitor this precisely. Other users include gym staff, health spas and personal trainers however individuals within these sectors tend to only work with non-approved weighing scales.
Q: What do Class approvals on weighing scales mean?
A: Medical devices are designated a 'Class' by the FDA (Food and Drug Administration) depending on the level of risk associated with the device.
- Class I approved scales
- Class I approved devices are considered to have a moderate/ low risk to patients. These devices are typically unregulated and while they still need to be registered with the FDA, they usually do not require FDA clearance to be sold.
- Class II approved scales
- Class II approved scales are the standard for purpose-made medical devices such as wheelchairs, standard medical scales and testing kits. They are defined as having moderate/ high risk to patients.
- Class III approved scales
- Class III approved scales are the highest classification for a medical device and are considered to have high risk to the user or patient. This typically includes life support equipment, implants and health monitoring devices. Certain weighing scales and balances will have Class III approvals for use in medical diagnostics or when producing medications and pharmaceuticals.