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E-160 with Ice Cream Platform Edlund
  • All solid state electronics
  • Ice Cream platform
  • Standard 149mm x 171mm removable stainless steel platform
  • Automatic zero
  • 220volt AC adapter included
  • Also operates on 9volt battery (not included)
  • Automatic push button tare
  • Low battery indication
  • Automatic shut-off feature when used with battery (not included)
  • Ounce or gram mode selection switch
  • NSF certified
  • Various platform options available

WEIGHT (kgs)
E-160 750910 160oz/5000gms portion x 0.1oz/1gm
stainless steel Platform (149mm x 171mm)
1.8 609
E-160 OP 750920 Scale with Standard and Oversize Platform (279mm x 178mm) 1.9 616
E-160 FF 750930 Scale with Standard and French Fry Platform 1.9 625
E-160 IC 750940 Scale with Standard and Ice Cream Platform 1.9 625
Portion Control
The Importance of Portion Control

E-160 Spec Sheet (2022)

E-160 User Instructions

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