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Scale-Tronix Integrated Scales
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Scale-Tronix® Integrated Scales

The Scale-Tronix line of in-floor scales are recessed into the ground, helping hospitals reduce patient fall risks without sacrificing accuracy. The Scale-Tronix 5102 scale displays weight on a wall-mounted digital readout.


You need fast, accurate weight measurement. Your patients need low-profile solutions designed to help reduce their fall risks and support wide-ranging weights. The Scale-Tronix line of integrated scales is designed to deliver both.


Scale-Tronix in-floor integrated scales are recessed in the ground, making the platforms level with the floor for easy-access, multi-purpose weighing. The Scale-Tronix 5102 integrated scale displays weight on a stainless steel, wall-mounted digital readout that makes it easy for clinicians to read and accurately record measurements.


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  • Designed to help reduce fall risks for patients while improving clinical workflows—it's what has made Scale-Tronix a trusted brand for U.S. hospitals. 
  • In-floor scales (6102 and 6154) are recessed into the ground to help reduce fall risks
  • Allow quick reweighs while patients are still on the scale
  • Weigh a continuous stream of patients without re-zeroing
  • Optional handrail lets unsteady patients hold on without affecting readings
  • Weight is displayed to an accuracy of 100 gm or 0.1 lb on a digital readout
  • Recall feature retains the last weight reading
  • All models display weight on a wall-mounted digital readout
  • No need to zero scale before weighing, even w/ patient on scale during power-up

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