SHS and LHS hanging scales offer strength, durability and safety for weighing heavy loads

Adam Equipment, the scale and balance manufacturer, has introduced heavy-duty SHS and LHS hanging scales to safely measure suspended items. Suitable for many different applications, the SHS and LHS deliver features that make them vital components of shipping and production operations.

Both of these hanging scales feature ruggedly solid construction, allowing them to perform dependably in many environments. The LHS has a plated steel hook; the SHS has a chrome-plated steel hook. Both scales have a safety catch and oversized swivel shackle and bolt. The hook and shackle rotate 360 degrees, giving complete flexibility. The SHS offers polycarbonate housing for the indicator, while the LHS boasts cast aluminum magnesium indicator housing.  An internal rechargeable battery is easily accessible, letting the crane scale go anywhere you need it.

A standard remote control allows safe and simple operation of the scale. Readings are shown on a bright-red LED display, making them visible in any lighting conditions, including outdoors. The hold function retains the reading on the display after the weight is removed from the scale, allowing the operator to safely record the value. Other practical features include a colour-coded, sealed keypad; external calibration; and full-range tare.

The SHS small crane scale and the LHS large crane scale deliver readabilities from 0.01kg to 0.5kg, with capacities from 50kg to 2,000kg. SHS and LHS join the IHS, the first product in Adam's family of crane scales. IHS models come in capacities of 1000kg to 10000kg, with readabilities of 200g to 2kg, for moving and weighing even larger loads than SHS and LHS. Now with the IHS, SHS and LHS, Adam Equipment offers a full breadth of choices for strength and performance in hanging scales.

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