Crane and Hanging Scales
Crane and hanging scales are types of weighing devices that use a hook or a shackle to suspend an object in the air. They come in a variety of sizes and weight capacities, ranging from small handheld scales to larger scales that can weigh up to several tons.
Crane scales are typically used to weigh objects that are suspended from a crane or other lifting device, while hanging scales are designed to weigh objects that are suspended from a hook or shackle. Both types of scales are accurate and reliable, and can be used to weigh a wide range of objects, from small parts to large machinery.