Built to withstand rugged industrial environments, METTLER TOLEDO weigh modules are equipped to handle your heavy-duty weighing for tanks, vessels, hoppers or conveyors. Our premium weigh modules and load cells meet all global standards and approvals and are easily integrated into machines, vehicles, devices and instruments. Their design also utilizes principles to ensure overload and lift-off protection for safe weighing and accurate results.
Weigh Modules, Load Cells, Weight Sensors
Weigh modules with the electromagnetic force restoration technology from METTLER TOLEDO offer maximum levels of linearity, repeatability and speed. They are designed to meet the needs of machine and equipment manufacturers for simple electrical and mechanical integration.
Quickly and safely convert a tank, hopper, conveyor or structure system into a scale. Side load and lift up protectors are built in to ensure the safety, performance and precision of your scale. Available in several versions, our scales are available for various applications and environments.
Beam load cells are used in multiples to change structures into scales. Utilized in floor scales, belt weighers, weighing systems, pallet scales, check scales and conveyor scales, most METTLER TOLEDO beam load cells are made with stainless steel to withstand harsh industrial environments.
Ring load cells and canister load cells offer robustness for harsh industrial environments. Select between digital load cells and analog load cells with OIML and NTEP approvals for your tank scales, vessel weighing, silo scales, truck weighing, vehicle scales or rail scales.
Build a scale with only one load cell using METTLER TOLEDO single point load cells. Single point load cells can be used for individual use in scales, hopper scales, process control, conveyor weighing, packaging machines and check-weighers to simplify the weighing process.
Tension load cells and s-beam load cells are used in scale conversion for tank weighing and hopper weighing. S-Beam tension load cells are built for use with suspended tanks, dosing hoppers and other devices that are suspended from a support structure.