Why get your scales calibrated | Position Partners

Why should you get your scales calibrated regularly?

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The National Measurement Institute (NMI) advises that industrial scales should be calibrated every 6-12 months depending on the stresses applied to the scale, or after major hydraulic work is completed on the scale. This is for maintaining accuracy,…
Type of industrial scales

Types of industrial scales

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Machine operators, port workers, garden centre managers, and anyone who works with a loose material should be aware of the types of scales available to them, which are suitable for their needs, and what their requirements are. Learn more…
Legal trade scale calibration from position partners

Legal vs non legal trade scale calibration

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Legal trade and non-legal trade scales both have regulations and rules at the manufacturing level, and each have their potential upsides and drawbacks to discuss before purchasing, calibrating, or re-calibrating them. But how do they affect…
Soil Instruments agreement with Position Partners

Position Partners announces distribution agreement with Soil Instruments to expand deformation monitoring portfolio

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Intelligent positioning solutions provider Position Partners to distribute Soil Instruments’ geotechnical sensor range for specialised monitoring applications throughout Australia and New Zealand. Soil Instruments designs and manufactures…
Combined Excavations iDig | Position Partners

Simple, User Friendly Machine Guidance

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iDig is a simple 2D excavator system that gives the operator a live position of the bucket to guide them to grade quickly and accurately. It works with all makes, models and sizes of machine from little one tonne diggers up to mine excavators. Wayne…
Drones for construction in Australia | position partners

Survey Grade Accuracy of Drones for Construction

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As an everyday practise, we have seen industrial services adopt the use of drones. Whether it is to accurately survey a construction site or to inspect remote infrastructure, drones in the construction industry have become increasingly popular…
Drones For mining improving productivity

Drone Surveying improving productivity, Planning and Management of Mine Sites

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Over recent years, we have witnessed drone technology advancements push aside the traditional methods of mine monitoring and surveying. Drones have become increasingly popular in support of mining applications with exploration, surveying…
Survey Drones

Different Types of Survey Drones and How they Take Off, Fly and Land

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We classify our drones as unmanned aerial vehicles (UAV), which are aircraft without a human pilot onboard. This is the overall category of drone survey and geospatial equipment, which includes a range of different aircraft used for different…