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Access POS stocks a complete range of trade approved retail shop scales that are suitable for Butchers, Deli, Fruit & Vegetable, Seafood, and other fresh produce stores.

Our range can be broadly classified into three main categories of retail scales: Shop Retail Scales, POS Interface Scales & Label Printing Scales.

Shop Retail Scales

“Shop Retail Scales” or ‘Price Computing Scales’ are generally used standalone for the purpose of calculating the selling price of a weighed item based on the weight and price per kilogram. The item(s) is placed on the scale platter and the price per kilogram is entered via the scale keypad. The “Shop Retail Scale” will then display the weight, the price per kilogram & the calculated price on the front and rear display. The calculated price can then be entered into a Cash Register or POS System to register the sale.

POS Interface Scales

“POS Interface Scales” are purely designed to be linked to either a Cash Register or a POS System. They are commonly seen in Convenience Stores, Supermarkets and Fruit & Vegetable Store checkouts. In terms of usage, the POS operator places the item to be weighed on the scale platter then presses the appropriate item button on either the Cash Register or POS System. The weight of the item is transferred from the scale and multiplied by the price per kilogram resulting in the calculated selling price.

Access POS also stocks a “POS Combination Scale & Scanner” whereby the scale is countersunk into the sales counter which also contains a barcode scanner within the same unit.

Label Printing Scales / Labelling Scales

Label Printing Scales are designed as either a “backroom pre-pack scale” or they can be used in a deli-style retail environment to produce barcoded labels that can be scanned by the Cash Register or POS System upon checkout. Labels may also contain ingredients and nutritional information, pack dates, use-by dates, relevant pricing information, etc. A variety of label sizes are available.

Access POS also stocks a “Scale Cash Register – Receipt & Label Printing Scale” which is similar to the standard Label Printing Scale, although it has the additional feature of having an optional Cash Drawer connected. This allows it to be used as a Scale / Cash Register “combo”. These types of units are often seen in Butchers & Deli-style retail stores.

 

To help staff serve customers or allow customers to help themselves, use label printing scales to create custom product labels for any item you sell in your grocery store, deli, or bakery. Keep a scale in your kitchen to package bulk foods, or leave one in your produce aisle so customers can print labels for fruits and vegetables. These scales print labels based on the quantity and price of the item, making it easy to see the product price and speed up the point of sale transactions. Use plastic produce bags, bag stands, and eco-friendly deli containers to package and label your food products. If you’re wondering where to buy label printing scales, we have a large selection of label printing scales for sale at the lowest prices.

Label printing scales are great for grocery stores, deli counters, or any checkout counter where staff or customers need to calculate prices on their goods. Print custom labels based on a specific item, the quantity, and the cost to eliminate price confusion and speed up the checkout process. Some of these label printing scales can print receipts from transactions as well.

Featuring touch screen digital control pads, these scales are easy to use and can store dozens of products in their computer memories, so you can quickly find whatever item you’re selling. Keep a legal for trade scale at your deli counter for fast labeling of sliced meat or in your produce aisle so guests can select the price for items they’re purchasing.

 

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A Few Things to Check Before Hiring an Electrician

Hiring an Electrician

Many homeowners attempt to do home improvement projects themselves, and the results are often disappointing. However, trying to handle electrical work independently can lead to costly errors and injuries. Discover a few things to check before hiring an electrician to get the job done right and stay within the budget.

Proper Training

When looking for an electrician, the first thing to consider is whether they are properly trained. The electricians should attend a vocational school or other recognized institute to learn how to perform the work correctly. Discuss the training process to find the right team for the job.

Review Experience

Comparing electricians includes reviewing their relevant experience performing similar work. Homeowners should discuss the project scope with potential electricians and determine whether they have experience in that area. Also, ask for recommendations and referrals from previous satisfied customers.

Check Reviews

Once homeowners have a list of prospects, check online reviews to narrow down the possibilities based on customer experiences. Often, people discover more about an electrician or other service providers by reading reviews and talking to others. Also, discuss referrals with neighbors, co-workers, friends, and families to determine which services handled the work most efficiently.

Licensed and Insured

Verify your state’s requirement for license and insurance and then ensure the electrician is compliant to protect your most valuable asset. It is often tempting to hire an unlicensed or uninsured electrician to cut costs, but that often adds up to spending more money in the long run. Plus, you could be liable if an accident or injury occurs on your premises, adding even more to the costs.

Verify Credentials and Permits

The first step to verifying an electrician’s expertise is to inquire about licenses and insurance. The next step is to verify these credentials and permits to ensure they are valid and current. A quality electrician will immediately provide documentation for customers to verify.

Talk to Several Electricians

After comparing reviews and verifying credentials, consult with several electricians to find the right one for the project. While all of them might be qualified for the job, homeowners should find an electrician that understands their vision and wants to work with them every step of the way. Take notes during the interviews to review and determine the best candidate for the job.

Compare Costs

While qualifications are crucial to getting the job done correctly, homeowners must also stay within their budget to avoid financial stress associated with unexpected surprises. An electrician should provide a precise estimate and include everything to be done to complete the project for homeowners to plan for payment. The goal is to find a qualified electrician that provides all the services needed for the most competitive price. 

Look for Outstanding Customer Service

Finally, it helps to work with electricians dedicated to providing the highest level of customer service and that stand behind their work. Inquire about warranties and other guarantees to verify the project will be completed according to specifications. Then choose the electrician who communicates clearly and makes you feel comfortable about their skills.

Hiring an electrician is often critical to getting the job done right and avoiding additional costs related to injuries and errors. Use this checklist to find a qualified electrician that provides outstanding service within your budget.

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