In a commercial kitchen, a good food scale can be one of the most useful tools at your disposal. Commercial food scales are made for a variety of applications. Because of their many uses, one can find several options available for scales. Not every scale is the best fit for every situation in the commercial kitchen.

The number one determining factor in choosing a food scale is application. Your food preparation methods will determine how often you use your food scale, and for what purpose. Choosing the wrong scale can result in costly food preparation due to wasted materials. Choosing the right scale will increase quality, productivity, and profitability in your operation. With that in mind, this blog will serve as a guide to choosing the right Taylor Food scale in any application.

Taylor Scales

With Taylor Scales measuring food is easy and reliable. Taylor scales are designed to do everything from weighing fruits and veggies to meats and dairy. Whether you are food prepping for a commercial kitchen or meal prepping in your home for the week’s lunches, Taylor has the perfect scale for any application.

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What are you weighing?

Taylor manufactures mechanical and digital portion control and receiving scales. What you are weighing will directly impact which type of scale you need. Taylor offers a variety of scales including specialty scales such as ice cream portion scales and Fry Scales, among more common food prep scales. If you are measuring food the analog or digital portion control scales are ideal. For weighing packages or heavier foods, receiving scales are the best application.

Capacities

With capacities that vary from .01 oz portion scales to 400 lb. receiving scales, Taylor offers a wide selection for any function. Whether measuring ice cream or weighing packages, Taylor scales have you covered. With platform sizes ranging from four and a half inches by four inches to twelve and a quarter inches by twelve inches, Taylor scales can hold most containers, making it easier than ever to maintain accuracy. Each measurement is shown on a large easy-to-read screen. Taylor Scales are perfect for your kitchen as they don’t take up valuable space on your counter.

Featured Scales

Now that we know more about the types of scales, let’s take a look at some examples of some specific scales and their applications.

TE32F: Analog Portion Control Scale with Fixed Dial
  • Weighs accurately up to 32 oz (900 g) in 1/4 oz (2 g) increments
  • Rugged stainless-steel construction with stainless steel removable 6″ x 5 1/4″ platform
  • Angled fixed dial
  • Protective shatterproof lens
  • NSF listed
Veggies Food ScaleTE10T: Digital Portion Control Scale with Tower Readout
  • Extra-large raised 1.5″ LCD readout with bright blue backlight
  • Weighs dry ingredients up to 10 lb (5000 g) in 0.002 lb (0.001 kg) increments and 160 oz in 0.05 oz increments
  • Weighs liquid ingredients up to 169 fl oz (5000 ml) in 0.05 fl oz (1 ml) increments
  • Removable 7″ x 6.5″ stainless steel platform
  • Tare and HOLD function
  • Auto-off and disable the auto-off feature when powered by batteries
  • Field recalibrate
  • Low battery indicator
  • NSF listed
  • AC adapter included
  • Also operates on four AA batteries, not included
TE22OS: Digital Portion Control Kitchen Scale with Oversized Platform
  • Weighs accurately up to 22 lb (10 kg ) in 0.1 oz (1 g) increments
  • Large, easily readable 0.9″ LCD display
  • Oversized and generous 11.25″ x 7.25″ removable stainless-steel platform
  • TARE feature
  • Auto-off function and disable the auto-off feature when powered by batteries
  • Dual-mode calibration feature
  • NSF listed
  • AC adapter included
  • Operates on 2 AAA batteries, not included

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TE150: Receiving Scale with Stainless Steel Platform
  • Weighs accurately up to 150 lb (68 kg) in 0.2 lb/1/4 lb (0.1 kg) increments
  • Remote display with 1.0″ LCD display, attached with 6 ft coiled cord
  • 12 1/4″ x 12″ removable stainless-steel platform
  • Tare and hold functions
  • Overload indicator
  • Recalibration features
  • Disable auto-off feature when powered by batteries

 

 

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