EXPO NEWS: Precia Molen to showcase its dedicated weighing solutions for mail at Post-Expo 2015

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Industrial and commercial weighing expert Precia Molen will exhibit its wide range of weighing instruments designed for postal applications at this year’s Post-Expo in Paris, on September 29-October 1, 2015.

Precia Molen’s automated postal instruments are energy efficient and come equipped with the latest technologies to ensure a constant and optimal level of quality, while maintaining short delivery times regardless of quantities.

Scales for post offices

Available in panel mounted or counter top versions, the Precia Molen counter scales have a range of up to 20kg (44 lb), with an accuracy of 1g (0.002 lb) for every 3kg (6.6 lb). The post office can display the weight on a large backlit LCD display, which also features the latest generation of graphic capabilities enabling it to be used as a promotional tool.

Kiosks and postal lockers

Precia Molen’s weighing and display sub-assemblies can be provided in an original equipment manufacturer (OEM) version, which can be combined within various mechanical structures such as postal lockers.

Solutions designed for industrial mail

Various specific applications have been developed for different mail activities including dynamic weighing for parcel transport lines, mail composition analysis tools (weight/dimensions/quality) and specialized workstations.

To learn more about Precia Molen’s weighing solutions, visit stand 5070 at Post-Expo 2015 in Port de Versailles, Paris, France. 

September 16, 2015

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