Midwest Scale Company founded in 1956 by Morey Debo and Bob Kennedy. These entrepreneurial pioneers planted the seeds of success by cultivating their business into a major force in the Midwestern scale industry. Always remaining in the forefront of technology, Midwest Scale played a vital role in the transition from mechanical scales to electronic. After developing the first electronic weight indicator and electronic counting scale, the Midwest Scale Company assisted several major manufacturers with their design efforts resulting in significant product development and technology advancement.
With the hands-on knowledge of your application, we can research and select the best products available while keeping a watchful eye on the total cost. Our focus is not just to "sell" you something, but rather to help you make an informed decision that will solve your weighing needs at a competitive cost, with a positive return on investment, and a minimum of maintenance and downtime. Our focus is on the cost of ownership, not just the original purchase cost. Remember, "The bitterness of poor quality remains long after the sweetness of low price is forgotten." Our goal is to develop long term relationships through the honest application of equipment and timely support.
With a state-licensed, mobile field service staff, we can respond to your scale needs. Whether it's installing new equipment, performing regular calibrations or helping you out of a bind with an emergency repair, you can count on Midwest Scale for timely, accurate assistance. Our service technicians are factory trained and carry a variety of spare parts and loaner equipment. Our test weights are carefully maintained and recalibrated on a regular schedule. From heavy-duty railroad and truck scales to microanalytical laboratory balances, the Midwest Scale service technician can help maintain your investment in top condition.
We have partnered with local – US-based software and hardware integration firms to provide you turnkey solutions which can ease your operation of weighing and checking. The integrated solution can help you extract and transfer data, provide statistical analysis, inform you when non-conformance is detected and alert you when equipment needs repair, service or calibration.