Siltec WS1000L scale offers a 15" x 15" weighing platform with 1000 pound capacity with 1 pound readability. Now there is a low cost solution to weighing heavy crates instead of paying thousands for a floor scale. Battery or AC operation and the scale weighs only 26 pounds so it is completely portable.
The Siltec WS1000L has been discontinued by Siltec and no longer in production. We have no remaining stock and will not be getting anymore since the scale is no longer being manufactured. Information on this web page is for reference only for our past customer's that purchased this digital scale and want to review the specification. If you need assistance selecting an alternative model give us a call at 978-521-7095 and a balance expert can assist in alternative models.
those people using the scale to weigh themselves, if you weigh over
450 lbs we would recommend the WS1000L over the WS500L
for your selection.
Cars have a speedometer that we'll say go up to 120 mph, but if you
drive the vehicle at this speed and the police don't catch you, can
you really expect to get 100,000 miles out of the vehicle? Scales
are really no different. Please review
additional information here before you make your final selection.
Above is a
photo submitted by a recent customer and below is the e-mail that was
sent along with the image.
Hello Precision Weighing Balances,
Enjoyed talking with you the other day. So here is living proof
that everything is bigger in Texas. Both pair of shoes are size
16EEEE and they carry a big man. I'm 6ft. 4.5 inches tall and now
I know my exact weight. The scale works great and I am happy I went
with your advice selecting the WS1000L with the 15" x 15" base
to accomodate my large shoes. My neighbor, and good friend, came
over last night and weighed in at 425 lbs.
Your advice also to go with the WS1000L over the WS500L is a smart choice
since I never know if I encounter another Texan who is bigger than me
and they might be over 500 pounds. Purchasing a scale that weighs
more towards the middle of the scale's weighing capacity makes good sense.
I won't disclose my weight but lets just say I've got him beat by a little
bit. Looking forward to seeing my "Boats" on the web.