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Double-Check The Weight of Incoming Goods With Receiving Scales

Receiving scales are designed for weighing incoming products in bulks. Commercial kitchens receive daily deliveries of meat, poultry, seafood, flour, produce, or other ingredients. These commercial scales help double-check the quality and amount of what arrives at your receiving area. You can verify the weight, tag, and label everything you receive. Most models can also save such inventory data and transfer it to a PC, making all your transactions accountable to your staff and suppliers.

You will encounter three types when you are out in the market to buy a receiving scale. You can place a countertop receiving scale on a solid counter or tabletop. They usually have a smaller weighing capacity. Bench-receiving scales are compact portable units that occupy minimal space but offer maximum load capacity on a large weighing platform. Floor-receiving scales are generally stationary models with a tower display for easier reading. They have the largest platform size. Plus, since they are used on the floor, you won’t have to lift heavy boxes and bags. 

Capacity and graduation are two key considerations for shopping receiving scales. Capacity indicates the heaviest weight the scale can hold, while graduation specifies the smallest increment it can reflect. For instance, a receiving scale with 150 lb. x .05 lb. capacity won’t weigh a load heavier than 150 pounds. Also, it won’t show a variation in weight lighter than .05 pounds. Because your orders often arrive in bulk, a higher weight capacity is more helpful than graduation.

Like other commercial scales, receiving scales are available in digital and mechanical models. Digital receiving scales promise greater accuracy and precision, but mechanical receiving scales can be more affordable and durable. They don’t have any electronic parts that may damage during heavy loads. However, digital receiving scales offer more advanced features like memory, connectivity, remote control operation, weight reading in multiple units, and more.

 

Chef’s Deal offers you a vast selection of receiving scales from elite brands, Alfa InternationalEdlund, and more. You can also browse other commercial scales for different needs in your establishment.