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We are the leading USA manufacturer of ELECTRONIC SCALES & WEIGHT/COUNT CONTROLS, including WEIGH COUNTING, WEIGHING PLATFORMS, DIGITAL WEIGHT OR COUNT INDICATORS, and OEM products. We are associated with the Emery Winslow Scale Company, a USA manufacturer of large capacity and batching scales with a long respected history using unique Hydrostatic technology.
The Pennsylvania Scale brand identity is built around long life, sustained accuracy, clean extra-rugged designs, and strong customer support. Our products are supported by a large network of independent scale dealers and distributors. Many Pennsylvania Scale products continue serving faithfully after 15-20 years and purchasers of our new products can expect a similar service life evidenced by our long Warranties which are the best in the industry!
Electronics, bench scales, and floor scales are manufactured in our modern plant in Lancaster, Pennsylvania. Larger platforms are made in our corporate plant in Terre Haute, Indiana. All Pennsylvania products are designed, manufactured, and supported by Pennsylvania Scale and ship NAFTA Free Trade to our Canada and Mexico business partners.
(L) Our new company-owned facility returns us to our roots in Lancaster, PA and offers many more opportunities for growth and expansion as well as reduced overhead.
(R) USA manufacturer Invested in the local community: Our crew delivered and installed an M6600-4848-5K Floor Scale with 7500 Indicator and 48 x 48" HD Ramp
at the Lancaster County Council of Churches Food Bank , Conestoga Valley Christian Community Services Food Bank and Lancaster County SPCA.
The SPCA scale was also used in the weigh-in scene in the filming of the movie CREED.
We are pleased to contribute to the quality of life in our local community and to share our success as a Made in USA manufacturer to benefit the community in which we all live.
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WELCOME TO OUR FAMILY OF PRODUCTS:
Ideal OEM Indicator: 7600E SSR in PANEL MOUNT configuration exact 'OR EQUAL' to previous UMC600 models- works with existing opening.
Standard unit allows sequential batching with convenient screw terminal connections-- everything accessed through the back of the unit.
Power 110/120 VAC, 220/240 VAC, or super safe 21/24 VDC.
Optional SSR: Solid state relays provided for both INPUT and OUTPUT as AC (standard) or DC (specify w/order). Ethernet. Analog 4-20 mA or 0-10 VDC. (2) programmable digital outputs as well.
Photos (C) and (R) courtesy of Tony Achilles, Emery Scale Company of Chicago, IL
Pennsylvania's Governor Tom Corbett and State Senator Lloyd Smucker visited our facility for a tour and Press Event;
Shown in photo, L to R, are Ed Styer, Sean Livingston, Steven Kirsten, Sen. Smucker, Jay Baum, Rob Woodward, Barb Foulk,
Gov. Corbett, Kathy Hamilton, Alex Shirk, Ryan Mumma (IU student intern 'School to Work' program) and Rodney Smith.
The Governor was impressed by the wide range of subcontractors that provide sheet metal, cables, PC boards, electronic components,
castings, steel fabrication, packaging, and other items-- the ripple effect of USA manufacturing jobs is wide and contributes to the tax revenue base.
Back in the early 1900's John Burkholder developed and patented a design for a springless mechanical scale where a ribbon was pulled accross a cam... a design which was innovative and widely copied at the time. In 1908 the company was established as the National Store Specialty Company on Lancaster Avenue in Lancaster, PA. The manufacturer was known for a line of gasoline pumps and scales using the ribbon and cam indicating method. The original building still stands in downtown Lancaster.
The first generation of 'Scalemen' take a break for the camera on the steps of the original building circa 1908. Despite lots of change over the years, some things stay the same: Our commitment to quality, honest value, and integrity form the basis for the Pennsylvania Scale brand.
In 1911 the growing company moved to a large industrial building in Leola which was occupied until several years ago. Our C-200 Counting scale became the standard of the industry and many models like our D-10 and DC-8 continue in wide use.
The early '70s brought the first electronic counting scales; our designs were widely known as highly accurate and durable-- many first generation units continue dependable service even today. Our distributors have stocks of our scales for short term rentals for physical inventories and special projects.
Today we manufacture the industry's best parts counting scales, all with the reliability and innovation to provide long life and sustained accuracy. Our electronic scales are highly respected by customers and technicians too! We take pride in being dealer and customer friendly and that the Pennsylvania Scale brand is consistent with our core values today even as our technology continues to lead the industry.
Practical Innovation - Design Elegance...
Count on Pennsylvania Scale for the best innovations and user-friendly improvements.
Early fan scale design, circa 1911 'National Store Specialty Company'-- early products included gas pumps and scales for industrial and commercial applications.
We feel exactly the same way! Photo from allpar.com
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JFK Terminal One: Complete renovation of all scale indicators at all check-in stations-- project completed by our own Courtney Hill. The original electronics provided by another manufacturer were no longer supported. Pennsylvania Baggage Check-in scales back to 1991 continue in daily use, fully supported for least life cost and Sustained Accuracy.
MADE IN USA-- Pennsylvania Scales turn up in the most amazing places! Shown: 7300 Bench Weighing Scale. Rugged die cast contruction is designed for long life and sustained accuracy.
We salute our VETERANS and Active Duty US Military - THANK YOU FOR YOUR SERVICE! Pennsylvania Scale is a proud supplier of Made in USA products to government and military agencies.
Pennsylvania Scale Company
Toll Free: 800.233.0473
Local Dial: 717.295.6935
Fax, Toll Free: 800.768.6350
VP / GM of Lancaster, PA facility:
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7500+ and 7600+ Universal Count/Weigh indicators have rugged stainless steel enclosures and make the best off-the-shelf universale replacments and standard displays for a wide range of scale applications. Optional ANALOG, ETHERNET, Solid state RELAYS, and printers suit a many applications. Standard: 4 Year Limited Warranty.
The STANDARD OF THE INDUSTRY! 6600 Series-- both MILD STEEL and STAINLESS STEEL models-- cover a wide range of applications and loading requirements. Made in Lancaster, PA or Terre Haute IN. Free factory matching and drop shipping. Even the Budweiser Clydesdales are weighed on Pennsylvania platform scales!
How many? How much? Providing accurate weight and count information with sustained accuracy is what we're all about! Consider our 15-20 year service live; Made in USA quality; long Warranties; large platform sizes... Pennsylvania Scales assure least life cost and performance true to our legacy.
NEW INSTALLATION: M64 Baggage Scales in the new Terminal 5 at JFK International Airport for JetBlue; customer side. Pennsylvania airline baggage scales are widely accepted around the world for long life, low maintenance, sustained accuracy, and hard use!
AGENT SIDE at JFK JetBlue check-in station. After self check-in at kiosks, customers proceed to the baggage counter where the bags are weighed, tagged, and routed. Photos courtesy of Ms. Valerie Ribaro, an expert on terminal and gate design in the USA.
Temporary Check-In counters installed at MIA; the scales will be relocated to the finished area of the terminal when it opens. Up to 4 displays can be used without affecting the metrological performance of the scales. (Photo courtesy of Jack Andersen, Scale-Rite, Miami, FL.)
Midget race car weighed on a Pennsylvania Scale M6600 platform-- photo courtesy of Garber Metrology, Lancaster, PA