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bc-10 bar inventory scale

Yamato BC-10 Bar Inventory Dial Scale

Instant and accurate Bar Inventory Control at a glance. The BC-10 measures any size bottle up to 64 fluid ounces (half gallon). Complete operation instructions are attached to the side of the scale. A sample inventory sheet is supplied showing an easy and efficient control system. Start a program of inventory (and profit) control today with the bar inventory scale.

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The Yamato Accu-Weigh BC-10 bar inventory control scale tells accurately and quickly how many drinks were sold out of any bottle of up to 64 fluid ounces. No calculations are needed! Direct readings are made from the color coded charts. The net contents of open bottles are measured instantly in fluid ounces! Use the red graduations for distilled spirits and green for cordials.

The color coded, rotating chart compensates for the tare weight (bottle or container) and allows direct readings in fluid ounces. The exclusive built-in dashpot acts as a "shock absorber" to provide quick weight readings. Complete instructions are attached to the side of the scale. A sample inventory sheet is supplied which demonstrates an easy and efficient control system.

Features
•Color Coded Rotating Chart
•Reads in Fluid Ounces
•Air Dashpot - Fast Readings
•Fine Point Indicator for Accuracy
•Removable Stainless Steel Platform
•Accurate - Temperature Compensated Spring Mechanism
•Easy to Read - 30° Tilted Dial
•Rugged, Durable Steel Construction
•Zero Setting Mechanism

 

SPECS
Model .................................. BC-10
Weigh System ..................... Temperature compensated spring mechanism
Capacity and Divisions ......... 64 fl oz x 1 fl oz
Material ............................... Enamel painted mild steel
Operating Temperature ....... 14 °F ~ 104 °F (-10 °C ~ 40 °C)

 

Bar Control Scale Instructions

Finding the Tare value of an empty bottle
1. Line up the red indicator (pointer) and the black zero. Use the adjustment knob to zero the scale, if necessary.
2. Place the empty bottle on the scale. Because almost all bars use pourers, place one on the scale with the bottle. Read the black number opposite the red indicator. This is the tare value of the bottle with pourer.
3. Write this value on the inventory sheet.

Finding the Tare value of the bottle with a full bottle
1. Line up the red indicator (pointer) and the black zero. Use the adjustment knob to zero the scale, if necessary.
2. Place the full bottle on the scale. Because almost all bars use pourers, place one on the scale with the bottle.
3. Using the chart, determine how many fluid ounces are in your full bottle. Move the outer ring of the scale clockwise to line the red value in ounces with the pointer. This value is the content of the full bottle. The red zero is now opposite a black number. This black number is the tare value of this bottle of liquor.
4. Write this value on the inventory sheet.

Measuring partial bottles. (Distilled Spirits)
1. Line up the red indicator and the black zero. Use the adjustment knob to zero the scale, if necessary.
2. Place the partial bottle on the scale. Do not remove the pourer.
3. Using the value from the inventory sheet, move the red zero around to the correct value on the black chart.
4. Read the red value under the red indicator. This is the number of ounces left in bottle. Write this value on inventory sheet 
5. Repeat with each bottle from step 2.
The scale works the same way with liquors/cordials. Use the green scale instead of the red scale.