Compuload 1000 and 3000 Forklift Scales from Instant Weighing


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Instant Weighing offer a range of Front End Loader Scales ideal for use with forklifts or small loader use.

The Compuload 1000 can be easily fitted on any size forklift
The Compuload 1000 is the ideal Front end loader scale as it can be attached to any size of forklift or small loader. Other key features include:

  • Has a provision for an overload alarm or overload shut down
  • Specifically designed for forklifts and small loader use
  • Operating temperature range of -10º to 60º
  • Can be operated on rather 12 or 24 Volt systems

Compuload 3000-Simple Operation with automatic weighing of the load as it’s lifted
The Compuload 3000 is the simple to use front end loader and includes scales that display that pressure as a weight on the digital screen. Other key features include:

  • At the press of a button, the weight can be accumulated into a running progressive total
  • Using the STATIC method of weighing as a scale on a front end loaders adds about 10 seconds to the loading time for each bucket load
  • The NON Trade Approved version of this scale should achieve a weight error % of +/-1%.

The Compuload Front End Loader Scales are Australian made and come with a manufacturers warranty. For more information on these products visit the Instant Weighing website.

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24/08/12 - Instant Weighing specialises in the supply of a comprehensive range of weighing equipment to meet varied weighing requirements in farming applications.
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23/08/12 - The Australian-made COMPULOAD front end loader scales are distributed in Western Australia by Instant Weighing.

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