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SL-700, SL-800, SL-900 High-Quality Customized Floor Scales

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SellEton’s Custom Floor Scale

Industrial weighing scales have a wide variety of applications in several industries. However, there is no one scale that fits the needs of all these different industries. For this reason, we are offering customizable weighing scales. Apart from choosing the size and capacity of your scale, you can also build your own, adding or removing features depending on your specific need.

If you build a custom floor scale based on the particular weighing tasks of your operations, it will be a more efficient and cost-effective tool that’s tailored to your business. Whether you’re using it for shipping, manufacturing, construction, automotive, or other applications, you can rest assured that you are getting the exact features you require.

Learn more about building your own industrial scale or any of our other products when you talk to our team. You can call us at (844)-735-5386, send us an email at, or visit our Contact Us page here.

Frequently Asked Questions

What Is a Build Your Own Floor Scale?

If you want to design your own weighing system or save some money here and there, a build-your-own-floor scale is a great option. We use the highest quality weighing equipment to make custom digital scales. Remember that these packages only contain the equipment. You will have to design, install, calibrate, and set up the system. If you're looking for an easy-to-use DIY digital scale, Selleton Scales has various options for you to choose from.

Why Do You Need Custom Industrial Scales?

Custom industrial scales offer a great deal of versatility. Based on the size of the objects that need to be weighed, there are different types of scales available, including floor, platform, bench, and counting scales. 

Food items are generally weighed using a custom floor scale. Platform scales, on the other hand, are used in a variety of sectors, but they are particularly useful in medical and veterinary settings. The first step in achieving accurate results in your weighing processes is selecting the appropriate type of scale.

Can I Adjust my Digital Scale?

The best way to increase the quality and lifespan of your custom digital scale is to calibrate it. When done properly, it only takes a few minutes and ensures that the measurements you're taking are precise each and every time.

What Is a Floor Scale?

Floors scales are a particular type of industrial scale that are used to weigh heavy objects or goods. Platform scales, pallet scales, and pallet beams are all examples of weighing devices that are operated at floor level.

Do Digital Scales Need to be Calibrated?

A digital scale must be calibrated every time it moves. Calibrating the scale makes it easier to determine an accurate "zero" weight and assure precise readings by resetting the scale’s internal components. You might notice changes in the weight of something if the scale is moved and you don't calibrate it.

What Are Custom Scales Used for?

Many businesses use custom scales for a variety of tasks, including check weighing, part counting, outbound weighing, and more. A custom scale can help you boost your efficiency significantly by automating laborious operations, regardless of the application. Custom scales also lessen the chance of shipping an item that doesn't meet your requirements by having features such as printing labels and tickets and tracking.

Why Should I Get a Scale from Selleton Scales?

Although there are pre-packaged weighing choices that might be suitable for your sector, a custom scale is usually the best way to guarantee that you have all the features you need to save time and boost productivity. You don't have to match your criteria to what is currently available because Selleton Scales has 'Build Your Own' options, so you can create a scale that meets your needs.

How Often Should Digital Scales be Calibrated?

Some businesses use scales more often than others. If you use your scale on a daily or weekly basis, your scale will experience more wear and tear than scales that are used less often. As a result, you should calibrate these digital scales more often — maybe monthly — if you use them more regularly.

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