Scales for retail and point-of-sale scales include price computing scales and packaging scales as well as production line equipment such as multi-head weighers and weigh price labelers.
Ishida’s top-of-the-range price computing scales boast a double-screen design and sleek, compact structure. As a result, it makes weighing and paying incredibly simple. This compact, adjustable counter top scale is designed with customer satisfaction in mind. For example, it provides a large front display and simple scale positioning for a quick, easy transaction. Check out other models from Ishida.
As a pioneer in weighing equipment, producing the world’s first multihead weigher and boasting an esteemed history in supplying retail scales. Ishida has continued to meet the demands of its customers, based on technical expertise and a flexible approach. Likewise, Ishida offers a wide range of scale equipment, built to suit your specific field and applications.
Besides high-precision electronic balances for general use, they offer top-dish Legal-For-Trade weighing scales, waterproof designs and counting scales. In addition, they support the customer from start to finish, from choosing the ideal product to meet their needs, through to installation of equipment. For example, the Triple range function covers a wider range of weighing applications with one scale.
Developing the first ever multi-head weigher in 1972, Ishida started the “Weighing revolution”. In consequence, they have changed production lines forever.
Today, machines are essential for the efficient weighing of different fixed-quantity packed products seen in your local supermarkets. Consequently, Ishida’s systems have become the international standard. They account for approximately 50% of the global market and 75% of the Japanese market.
The L1000 series weigh price labelers are perfect for printing labels on-the-go, because of their compact design.
The WIL-Acro II is specifically designed for excellent on-site usability, by connecting the head office, production plant and data sites. Consequently, information can be shared and standardized.