Accuweigh recently outfitted a medical trolley with loadcells and a battery powered digital indicator to create a mobile trolley scale for a SA based medical company.
Bob Neumann from Accuwiegh’s Adelaide branch was instrumental in the design and proto-typing of the unit after a request from one of his loyal clients in the medical industry who manufactures various types of blood serum for medical uses.
The client needed to be able to readily identify the volumes of the many grades of blood serum that are stored in a cold-room without having to excessively man-handle the bladders that the blood serum is stored in.
These mobile trolley weighing systems ideally suites the client’s application and fulfils all their stock control needs as each different type of blood serum is stored on clearly identified trolleys.
The digital weight indicators used are Rinstrum R323 units manufactured in full stainless steel and also fitted with internal rechargeable batteries to allow for the extended storage periods in the cold room.
To check the weight of all bladders stored on a trolley, the operator simply presses a button on the keypad to bring the indicator out of hibernation to allow the weight to be read in an instant.
Accuweigh’s vast experience with all types of weighing applications gives thems the ability to custom engineer weighing systems to suit client requests.