Your business is growing, and you need to make sure your scale can keep up.
At Essae, we’ve got you covered. We know what it takes to keep your business moving forward—and that includes having the right tools for the job. That’s why we’re proud to offer our fully customizable, rugged Crane Scale. With a wide range of capacities from 100 pounds all the way up to 20 tons, this scale is ready for whatever kind of load you need to lift.
Our crane scales are designed with safety in mind, so they can withstand even the most rigorous conditions in your warehouse or factory while still maintaining their accuracy.
Features of Crane Scale
High Resolution LCD Display
Crane scales have a very specific set of features, which can be confusing to newcomers looking for a high-quality scale. When this is the case, it’s best to take some time and study your options—the more information you have, the better equipped you’ll be to choose.
Crane scales are one of the most popular brands and most of their products are well-made. Their new models can hold up to 1000 kilograms, while their old ones could only hold up to 500 kilograms. Many people find that the older versions provide a greater level of accuracy when weighing items below 500 kilograms. But it’s important not to rely entirely on an item’s capacity or accuracy; instead use these numbers as an indication of how well it will work for you, as each product has its own limits based on its particular features.
For instance, let’s look at the new crane scale (top photo) with a resolution of 0.1 kilogram and blue backlight (bottom). It’s great for using in super dark warehouses because even though 1 kilogram is not much weight, in total darkness you’ll still be able so see each digit clearly and quickly without straining your eyes. On top of that, the backlight turns itself off after 30 seconds so it won’t waste battery power either (the older model kept its backlight on permanently). These tiny details make Crane scales convenient and easy to use!
Unfolded Stainless Steel Hook
With its stainless-steel construction and an extra-strong spring, the Crane Scale Hook is a reliable addition to any tool shed. It holds up to 5,000 pounds and can be used in harsh environments as well as indoors. This hook’s sturdy material makes it ideal for use on a crane or forklift, but it can also hold up to 1,000 pounds of weight when attached to a stationary object. The hook wraps around objects with ease, making it easy to transport from place to place without damage.
In addition to its strength and durability, the Crane Scale Hook is corrosion resistant and rust resistant. These features make it ideal for use in marine applications or other situations involving water.
In-built 6V / 7Ah Rechargeable battery
A Crane scale is an easy-to-use, convenient power supply that can be installed in almost any operational environment. Because of its compact size and lightweight design, it is easy to install and won’t take up much space. The Crane scale’s battery installation allows you to easily change the batteries when they die, which means it can last for a long time on a single charge cycle. The Crane scale’s battery compartment is also rubber-lined to ensure safe storage for the batteries themselves.
The crane scale is a good tool for your work
You could use a crane scale to measure several different things. For example, you can use it at a construction site if you’re interested in how much weight a building is going to hold. You can also use one to find out how heavy your packages are before you lift them. Crane scales fit easily into tight spaces, so they’re great for moving goods from one location to another. They fall low on the list of expensive tools, too, so most people see their usefulness and buy them without much consideration. Electronic Crane Scales are easy to operate and have high reliability among their users. One of the drawbacks of crane scales lies in their portability when weighing large objects. It’s hard for crane scales to move big items on their own—they struggle with anything over 500 pounds due to wiring limitations of the internal system—so it’s best not to try and test its limits by putting an elephant on top or anything like that. It might work, but there’s no chance that I’d recommend it as your everyday tool. However, they make up for their faults through durability and accuracy in other areas!