Thayer Scale has designed its NAR belt scales to deliver stability and accuracy for use in applications requiring verifiable accuracy. According to the company, these scales are also equipped with:
- Mass-counterbalanced tare loads to optimize signal-to-noise ratios in weight sensing.
- A maximum capacity of 10,200 TPH and ±0.125 percent accuracy through independent certification.
- High measurement sensitivity, low deflection, and isolation of the single load cell from the error-inducing effects of extraneous lateral forces, off-center loading, foundation distortion, inclination hold-back forces, and high sporadic shocks and overloads.
- A weigh bridge with an exclusive rocking flexure suspension in the approach-retreat configuration.
- 0 stability that typically doesn’t require K-Factor adjustment between certification tests, thus reducing test expenses and downtime.
- Availability of a 4-, 6- or 8-idler design.
- A 24- to 96-inch width.
- A certification by the National Type Evaluation Program (NTEP).