GP Series Industrial Wet Area Warrior Class Scales
These are high capacity scales suitable for use in hostile environments. With IP65 level protection and a column mounted indicator the GP Warrior scale is ideal for working with products that produce spills or debris. Features capacities up to 101kg.
PLEASE NOTE The Trade Approval capacities and resolutions table is at the bottom of this page.
- High resolution down to 0.1g
- Trade Approved by NMI Australia
- Industry leading 5 years warranty
- Utilises the revolutionary Super Hybrid Sensor
- IP-65 protected to withstand harsh environments
- Internal Calibration using motor driven masses
- Vacuum fluorescent display element
- Multiple weighing units
- Wide range of capacities and resolutions
- Maximum capacity 101 kg
- Overload protected to take hard use
- Adjustable environmental settings to match your needs
- Piece counting software as standard
- Percentage comparison weighing software as standard
- Built in HI/GO/LO comparator for check weighing
- Sealed keypad protecting against spills and dust
- Standard RS232C serial data interface
- Supplied with WinCT communication software
- Comparator output option
- Under hook weighing options
- Trade Approved N.S.C. Certificate 6/4C/219 (Exception: The GP-40KA is NOT trade approved.)
TRADE APPROVED BALANCE VERIFICATION
When a balance receives a certificate of approval from NSC/NMI it will be approved under a certain class of accuracy which determines the parameters that the machine needs to meet when submitted for trade stamping.
One of the key parameters that will apply is the verification interval which is the minimum increment that the balance can be approved to. Given the high number of divisions displayed by a balance the verification interval for trade will always differ from the best increment of the balance. An example would be in the case of the GX-2000 where the balance can be read to 0.01 g but the verification interval when the machine is stamped for trade is 0.1 g.
Most of the balances will still display the non significant digit, normally highlighted by a bracket or similar, but some balances such as the Class III EK-i will drop the last digit completely, while the EW-150i drops an entire range. It is important to remember that the verification digit is the one to which the balance is certified, to make things clearer we have listed the trade approved balances below complete with their approval accuracy class and verification digit.