100% Employee Owned, Founded 1954

100% Employee Owned, Founded 1954

Weighing in Hazardous Areas

Weighing in Hazardous Areas 1Weighing is a crucial piece in many manufacturing operations.   Just because your operation has potentially explosive environments does not mean that you cannot utilize weight in your processes.  It just takes the right equipment which is installed and maintained properly.

This white paper, from J.A. King’s supplier, Mettler Toledo, discusses different configurations that can be used when weighing in a hazardous area.  It is not an installation guide and should not be used as a reference for installation instructions and control drawings.

Hazardous area weighing demands experts who know the options and the details that are involved.  J.A. King’s measurement experts can help you specify the right equipment and configuration in order to weigh safely in your hazardous area.

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