Asuki launches new products here

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Sunday, June 1, 2014

ASUKI Weighing System Inc. (Awsi), launched a new line of products on Friday evening at the Seda Abreeza Hotel Davao.

Kenneth Dong, Awsi vice president, said they first introduced the product in Davao City, considering the fact that the city holds around 30% of its market nationwide.

"If we target the Davao market then we are also targeting the whole of Mindanao," he said.


Dong said many of their customers here are companies engaged in manufacturing and agribusiness.

He said they will be putting up a service center in General Santos City soon.

These new products included weighing scales Blueshark and RWS, water-proof scale E120, weighing indicators VT300 and S720, digital livestock scale HSW, and crane scales TM and TR.

The Blueshark is a water-proof weighing scale which can be used for portion division and weighing for different raw materials and other purposes in commercial. It is compact in size and has high mobility. It comes in four models: Blueshark-3K, Blueshark-6K, Blueshark-15K, and Blueshark-30K.

The RWS series comes in two models, the RWS and RWS-2. This product features a display device made out of stainless steel, flexible positioning of display device, stainless steel scale, level indicator and foot screws to level the balance to give the most accurate weighing result.

Some of the features of E120 include: a water-proof platform, housing made out of ABS plastic, flexible positioning of display device, weighing with tolerance range, and pre-tare function for manual subtraction. This comes in five models: 01S, 02S, 03S, 04S, and 05S.

The VT300 is a weighing indicator that has the following features: display device made out of stainless steel; integrated input of English, number, or sign; optimized digital filtering feature and good temperature feature effectively; complete set functions of measured parameter for general truck weighing indicator; available to store 10,000 sets of vehicle number, tare weight, 10,000 sets of cargo names, 10,000 sets of weighing records, and 50 sets of Overload RECs; and functions of storage, prompt intelligent inquiry and deletion for weighing records.

On the other hand, S7-20 features a seven inch back-lit touch screen whose function keys are labeled with plain text, and its menu tree overlay in the information bar allows the user to see at a glance which function is currently in use.

The HSW, which comes in three models (HSW-01, HSW-02, and HSW-03), features a weighing bridge with carbon steel chequered plate, load cell alloy construction, display device, and an easy access to the junction box.

AWSI also introduced two new crane scales to Dabawenyos on Friday, the TM and TR series.

The TM series features a hook with safety catch; has high mobility due to battery operation, compact construction and low weight, it is suitable for use in several locations; professional device for robust applications in production, quality control, logistics, etc.; ideal for continuous use in industrial applications; and a rechargeable battery pack internal. It comes in six models: TM-600kg, 1t, 2t, 3t, 5t, and 10t.

Finally the TR series, which also comes in six models (TR-10, 15, 20, 30, 40, and 50), features wireless electronic crane scale; equipped with wireless indicator and printing function; can be operated via indicator and remote controller; also has high mobility like TR; built for robust applications; ideal for continuous use in industrial applications; and a hook with safety catch.

Further information on the products can be accessed through their website:

Published in the Sun.Star Davao newspaper on June 02, 2014.


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