As metrology experts, our team provide accurate weighing solutions for New Zealand businesses

At CAS (NZ) Ltd, we are a wholesale distributor of accurate, state-of-the-art digital weighing solutions across New Zealand. Our high-precision scales and weigh systems provide industries with cutting-edge technology suitable for retail, commercial, industrial and heavy-industrial applications. And as metrology experts, we aim to help meet their needs with customised packages.

As part of a global brand, we weigh the world.

Focusing on innovation, technology, and superior customer support, we endeavour to dominate the industry by providing quality and accurate weighing solutions at competitive prices. And we are committed to supporting local dealers to grow their businesses by providing ongoing support and technical advice to satisfy an untapped market. 

Spearheaded by the global CAS Corporation, an ISO 9001 accredited company with an internationally recognised quality management system, we represent the best in the business. For more information on how you can get the successful business you dreamed of, call us today. We can arrange a face-to-face appointment to discuss how you can deliver your customer's needs with our tailor-made systems. Our brand reassurance and business promotions set you up on a path to success.

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Our digital weighing products are superior, and so is the next-level service you receive

We stand behind our products. And we stand beside you. With a comprehensive wrap-around service, you receive unparalleled customer support and expertise when you build a relationship with us. Our trade-approved scales and weighing systems provide you with the best solutions for your customers, and with our help, you can find the products that fulfil their business needs. We offer an extensive range of accurate weighing solutions across various industries, including;

  • retail scales to weigh lightweight items from basic products and fresh food anywhere from front of house, to packaged food out-back.
  • commercial scales to weigh and count all medical, healthcare, laboratory and veterinary service items.
  • industrial scales to weigh medium-heavy manufacturing, agriculture, transportation & logistics loads.
  • heavy industrial and weighbridge scales for heavy loads and harsh environments, including vehicles, cranes and tanks.

At CAS (NZ) Ltd, our systems offer durability and versatility suitable for many applications. And depending on your target market, we can determine your best product lines. So call us today, and take the first step towards building a successful New Zealand business. We will set you up with everything you need, be on call when you need us, and even help promote your business.

Eight important things to consider before buying a digital scale

Not sure where to start? These eight questions will help you better understand what you should look for in a digital scale.

1. What capacity and accuracy will you need? 

What are the lightest and heaviest items you will be weighing? How accurately do you need to weigh the item for price determination, as an ingredient or component, comparison, or transportation? Depending on your required accuracy, you may need to purchase separate digital scales to weigh your lighter and heavier items.

2. Will you be weighing and packing goods that are getting sold to a customer? 

If the answer is yes, then a trade-approved digital scale is required. The Weights and Measures Act requires that when goods are offered for sale to a customer, with the sale price depending on the item's weight, a trade-approved scale must be used to determine the value of the sale. The Trading Standards approves trade; every trade-approved scale has a TMU approval number.

3. When weighing and packing, do you need a label placed on the sold item? 

What do you want to be printed on the label, and does the label size matter? There is a range of label printing scales. Labels can be formatted to include all relevant information and designed to suit each situation. Some come with pre-printed sections ready for specific information like price, price per kilo and weight.

4. Will your digital scale be used for direct counter sales with the public? 

If you are weighing goods in front of a customer at the time of purchase, then you are required to have a rear display on your scale so that both you and the customer can see the weight of the item. For retail outlets, trade-approved price computing scales allow you to weigh the item and input a price. Then the scale will calculate the individual sale amount. Digital scales can also be linked to a computer and/or a cash draw to provide a complete transaction record (including a tax invoice for the customer).

5. In what environment will the digital scale be working? 

Not all digital scales are placed on a clean counter or bench and are kept away from moisture, dust, heat or harsh conditions; some have to work in harsh conditions. List all the factors which may impact the scale and discuss these with the sales assistant to ensure you receive the scale best suited for the job.

6. What power supply is needed to operate the digital scale? 

Not all digital scales are placed in one location and remain there. If the scale is being moved from place to place, will it require battery and mains power, or will it be operated from a vehicle? What sort of battery power is best suited to its usage?

7. Does the digital scale need to be portable? 

Some digital scales need to be transported regularly. Does the scale come with or require a carry case, and is it easy to set up once it has reached its destination? Always ask the sales assistant to demonstrate the scale features. 

In some commercial or industrial situations, larger-scale equipment is moved with a forklift or mounted on a mobile platform or rear of a vehicle. We cater to these specialised installations and provide all relevant moving and operating instructions.

8. Do you need ancillary equipment? 

In some situations, your digital scale will be linked to other equipment you use in transacting your business. For example, a computer, cash register and/or printer may be used for retail purposes. For commercial or industrial purposes, perhaps a remote display board, a driver control station, external devices (relays, triggers) or a computer management system.

If you are looking for a supplier of quality weighing equipment, even for the most demanding clients, call us today for total weighing solutions. We can provide you with reliable products specially selected to complement our growing New Zealand market. Because at CAS (NZ) Ltd, we weigh the world.

Wholesale Supplier of Weighing Equipment, Scales & Weighbridges