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Local Scale Repair - Wake Forest, NC

Wake Forest, NC Premier Scale Sales & Service Center

Central Carolina Scale provides industrial scales such as Thurman Truck Scales, Cardinal Scales, and scale calibration and repair services to the central part of North Carolina in northern Wake County and Franklin County. Wake Forest is a town located in parts of Franklin and Wake counties. It's just north of the state capital in Raleigh. The town has a population of around 50,000 people. The town has been growing rapidly. 

Wake Forest was actually the original home of Wake Forest University before it moved to Winston-Salem. Local customers in northern Wake County understand Central Carolina Scale services and repairs A&D counter top scales, B-Tek scale kiosks, CAS retail scales, Intercomp portable wheel weighing scales, Mettler Toledo shipping scales and lab balances, Salter Brecknell bench scales, Doran Scales and more.

Our concentrated presence in the state of North Carolina and huge stock of spare replacement scale parts and Revere Transducers load cells allows us to provide highly competitive pricing and fast service not only to Wake Forest but to Rolesville, Youngsville and other areas in and around Franklin County.

Occupants in the 27587 zip code are normally repeat customers of C.C.S. This includes customers in Rolesville, Franklinton, Wake Forest, Louisburg, Creedmoor, and Butner. You'll often see our bright white trucks on the way to customers to do scale repair or calibration on highways like US Highway 98, Highway 50, US 1, Highway 96, or highway 56. 

Scale Service in North Carolina

Central Carolina Scale provides aggregate scale and hopper weighing equipment and accessories. Our sales and service knowledge of Rice Lake OTR truck scales, Pennsylvania 6600 floor scales, CAS Corp CASTON II crane scales, Ohaus lab balances is impressive. We also offer load testing for cranes and elevator testing. Contact us today for your weighing needs.

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    Cardinal 205 Storm Digital Weight Indicator205 Storm has washdown stainless steel desk or wall-mounted enclosure, 0.6 inch high LED, four RS232 serial ports, push-button tare, flexible print formats and selectable weight units. USB-B is standard and USB-A is optional. Versatile for general-purpose use with bench, floor, tank/hopper and more.
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    Coti CG-ITCM Isolated Tension MountsIsolated Tension Mount s-beam load cell system available in Alloy Steel or Stainless Steel. Designed for use in medium capacity tanks, hoppers, and conveyors.
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    Pennsylvania M6600 Industrial Floor ScaleAll floor scales are not alike. Pennsylvania 6600 scales are designed with features that outperform the competition. Premium black powder coat finish (mild steel models up to 60 x 60" 10K capacity). Premium load cells, wide range of capacities, platform sizes from 24 x 24" to 96 x 120" and capacities to 40,000 lbs.
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    Rice Lake SURVIVOR OTR Steel Deck Truck ScaleFor applications where steel is preferred or downtime is critical, choose the SURVIVOR® OTR Steel Deck truck scale. Operational within a day, the easy-to-install SURVIVOR OTR Steel Deck sets the standard for truck scale design. Tightly spaced wide-flange I-beams facilitate weighing as many as 250 trucks per day

Scale Repair for Businesses near Rolesville and Youngsville NC

A lot of folks think of Rolesville whenever you mention Wake Forest. Rolesville is a town in northeastern Wake County. It's the second oldest town in Wake County and like WF, has been one of the fastest growing towns in the state for the past several years. Rolesville is the namesake of the Rolesville diorite Batholith, also known as the Rolesville Pluton. While the batholith extends into regions north and south of Wake County, the bedrock formation is particularly visible in the form of rocky outcrops within the town limits and the immediate vicinity.

Meanwhile, Youngsville is in Franklin County. It was originally established around 1839 on land owned by John "Jack" Young. It was renamed Youngsville in his honor when the town was incorporated in 1875. Youngsville is located near Raleigh and Wake Forest. A railway operated by CSX Transportation currently passes through Youngsville, which is part of the old Seaboard Coast Line Railroad.

It is fairly common for our heavy capacity test trucks to drive through these areas each month since we have numerous customers throughout Granville, Franklin and Wake counties who trust our experienced scale technicians to test and repair their scales on a regular basis.