ICS226 Portable Bench

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Ergonomic and Mobile Design

ICS226 provides double zero/tare keys and an intuitive indicator to increase productivity. There are A/C versions as well as ones that come with a built-in rechargeable battery and removable handle for mobile weighing applications.

Highly Durable

Full stainless steel housing and stainless steel load cell provide a long life, even in wet and harsh environments, with IP65/IP57 ingress protection ratings.

Easy to Clean

Hygienic design supports an easy, fast and efficient cleaning procedure.

Additional information


6 lb, 15 lb, 30 lb


AC, Battery

Case Studies

Innovative Check Weighing & Data Collection In Hazardous Area CUSTOMER PROFILE Zep (formerly Amrep), a contract packager of aerosol cans THE PROBLEM The customer wanted to upgrade its existing check weighing and data collection on one of their five filling lines from an old mechanical scale and clipboard to a paperless data collection system. This application was complicated because of the fill line’s location […]


High Precision Weigh Module Improves Quality Assurance CUSTOMER PROFILE The Starbucks soluble plant in Augusta, Georgia is a coffee production and packaging facility that creates products such as Starbucks VIA® Ready Brew coffee. THE PROBLEM The customer needed the ability to trace products and reduce its labor-intensive quality assurance procedure. The quality assurance results were within the machine specifications, but were not […]


Automated Data Collection System Optimizes Production CUSTOMER PROFILE The FIAMM plant in Waynesboro, Georgia is the principle industrial battery manufacturing plant for FIAMM America. The plant uses the latest industrial standby battery systems developed in Italy and produces FIAMM Monolite batteries for major telecom and Internet companies in North America. THE PROBLEM When the plant opened, FIAMM held an internal planning […]