New PZ Series Wireless Ingredient Scales Features Hands-Free Tare

Cables never get in the way with this wireless scale, perfect for busy food prep stations in commercial kitchens.




The PZ30W and PZ60W scales come with everything you need to get up and weighing right away.

Detecto’s new PZ series wireless ingredient scales provide a wireless connection between the scale base and indicator, which means cables never get in the way for busy food prep stations in commercial kitchens.

The PZ series features a 14” x 14” stainless steel platform, 30-pound or 60-pound capacity, large 1” high LCD readout, quick response time, wall-mounting bracket, and NSF certification. The unique Wave-a-Weigh hands-free tare function lets you remove the tare weight without ever pushing a key. This exciting feature allows quicker and cleaner food prep in busy commercial kitchens via the photo eye for touch-free tare functionality (push button tare also included).

The models PZ30W and PZ60W come with everything necessary to get you up and weighing right away, including AC adapters for both the scale base and the display. The PZ series runs on standard off-the-shelf AA batteries (not included). You can position the digital display wherever it’s the most convenient for you, because there are no cables that connect the display to the scale base. You have nearly unlimited mounting options for the versatile remote display, and you can place the scale base anywhere, since they are connected wirelessly.

To learn more, visit www.detecto.com/cs_product/pz-series-wireless-digital.

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