Address : 5 Obasa Road,
Off Oba Akran Avenue
P.O.Box 2 Ikeja, Lagos
Call Us : +234 803 470 5951   +234 705 916 4748
Mail Us : customerservice@averynigeria.com
Office Time : Monday to Friday
8:00 am. - 5:00 pm.

Frequently Asked Questions

MARKING

Depends on:

  1. Phone and email solutions are immediate.
  2. Physical on-site visit is within 24 hours,but also depends on location and as soon as LPO (or other commitment) is made

No. However, Engineers are available to offer immediate remote support (Phone, email, etc). Physical on-site visits are possible, based on prior arrangement.

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SALES

Yes. We have one-year warranty on all our products.

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WEIGHING

A digital weighing scale is a device that uses a transducer, or load cell, to generate a signal proportional to the applied load which is then digitised and shown on an LCD or LED numerical display.

A digital scale display shows electronic readable numbers and has very few, if any moving parts. A mechanical scale is a system of levers or beams and/or springs and is readable with a circular indicator or steelyard balance

For cleaning desktop scales refer to the manufacturer’s instructions, a damp cloth with a proprietary cleaning agent will probably suffice. Cleaning of weighbridge pits and industrial weighing platforms may require partly dismantling the equipment to gain access and should form part of the machine’s general maintenance program.

The tolerance is the operating tolerance that the manufacturer specifies, or the tolerance acceptable to the user as deemed fit for their processes. Trade approved machines are subject to government legislation and Trading Standards/Weights and Measures Authority’s prescribed tolerances

The minimum weight of a scale can be the division size of the scale, or for trade approval it can be specified as the minimum number of displayed increments (‘d’) to be fit for trade purposes. Under current legislation, this is 20 divisions (d=20) so on a 60kg X 0.02kg scale, d=(0.02 X 20divs) = 0.4kg

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