Industrial Scale offers the largest range of weigh scale services in Saskatchewan. We maintain the highest industry service standards, ISO 9001:2015 certified, COR Safety certified, Measurement Canada Accredited, and ISNetworld compliant. Customer satisfaction is our #1 priority at Industrial Scale.

24 Hour Emergency Service, 7 days a week

Full service of our dealer brands as well as other weigh scale brands

Servicing the entire province of Saskatchewan with our Regina and Saskatoon locations

Custom designed maintenance programs, tailored to your system requirements

First scale company in Saskatchewan accredited by Measurement Canada to perform inspections and to certify and re-certify scales as Legal for Trade

Service Inquires / Emergency Service: Call (306) 949 1322, or toll free 1-800-661-1588


Industrial Scale Ltd. offers various types of scales that are available to our customers on a rental contract basis. You can rent by the day, week, or month at reasonable rates. Click ” GET A QUOTE” to find out more about our available rentals.

Truck Scales

Whether permanent or portable, Industrial Scale’s truck scales are built to last

Bench Scales

We offer a complete line of bench scales that are built for a variety of weighing needs

LiveStock Scales

Want to rent Livestock scales? We're just the place to rent them from!

Counting Scales

Receive the accuracy you require when weighing and counting parts with us

Wheel weighers

Contact us to get more information on acquiring Wheel Weighers

The right tools For the right solution. every time.



Here are some Frequently Asked Questions and Important Documents for you to learn from. If you have any other questions, feel free to contact us!

Important Documents

Measuring devices in the below sectors are required to be inspected at set intervals. The sectors affected by these mandatory inspection frequencies are:

Grain and Field Crops (every 1-2 years)
Forestry (every year)
Mining (every 2 years)
Dairy (every 1-2 years, depending on device)
Retail food (every 5 years)
Fishing (every year)
Retail petroleum (every 1-2 years, depending on device)
Downstream petroleum (every 2 years)

For the complete list of device types and examination frequencies, please visit the link below to Measurement Canada’s website for more information.


If you have any other questions or require additional information, please don’t hesitate to contact our office at (306) 949-1322 or 1-800-661-1588.

Yes. Depending on how the scale is being used, the frequency of the calibration checks can vary. If the scale is undergoing heavy use every day, then perhaps a calibration check and scale service should be done as often as once per month. Usually, our customers have a calibration check/service done an average of 3 times per year. A Quality Program (ISO 9001, Grain Commission, etc.) can be another factor in determining the frequency of calibration. The frequency may be required as part of the quality program or governing standard you must meet.

Finally, there is the consideration of possible non-accurate weighments and how this affects your company’s revenue. Typically, your scale or scales can be considered a cash register for your company.

If there is a problem with a scale, it is usually that it is weighing light. This means you are losing $$$.


Your scale is tested and found only 2 kg light on 1000 kg. (This may seem insignificant until you do the math below.)
Your scale has a capacity of 10,000 kg, and the product you are weighing is valued at $2.00/kg.
2 kg x 10 = 20 kg error on every 10,000 kg (20kg x $2.00/kg = $40.00 in lost revenue.)

You sell 100,000 kg/day at $400.00/day. If you sell at this volume for 30 days, your lost revenue is 30 days x $400.00 = $12,000.00.

Normally, if there is a problem with a scale (i.e., scale binding), the heavier the load on the scale, the worse the scale’s performance will be. The error could be 2 kg at 1000 kg, but at 10,000 kg, the error could be 100 kg (100 kg x $2.00/kg = $200.00; 100,000 kg/day divided by 10,000 kg loads = 10 loads x $ 200.00 = $2,000.00 in lost revenue per day x 30 days = $ 60,000.00.)

The importance of having your scale (cash register) weighing accurately is critical to the profit of your business and the confidence your customers have in you. Preventive maintenance will save you money in the long term and increase your Return on Investment.


In Canada, if the scale is used in a “Legal for Trade” application (i.e., money changes hands based on the scale’s weight reading), then the scale “MUST” be examined before its first use in trade. The examination must be performed by one of Measurement Canada’s Authorized Service Providers. Industrial Scale is an Authorized Service Provider and is accredited to perform scale examinations on behalf of Measurement Canada. For more information, please call us at 1-800-661-1588 or visit Measurement Canada’s website at the link below:

First of all, we need to talk about terminologies so that we are as clear as can be when we talk about examinations.

Many people confuse the terms calibration and examination. Calibration is verifying that a scale weighs correctly; that is, a 20 kg weight weighs 20 kg on the scale.

At Industrial Scale, we perform calibrations using certified test weights—all adjustments meet Measurement Canada’s allowable tolerances, and we provide a scale test report with “As Found” and “As Left” results on it. This report will meet all requirements for any Quality Program.

An examination means the measuring device is verified using certified test weights and procedures. When verified, the device has a Measurement Canada sticker and certificate, and the results are sent to Measurement Canada.

Industrial Scale Ltd., as a Measurement Canada Authorized Service Provider, can provide all examination services to you as required below.

Measurement Canada defines the first examination of a brand-new scale as an “Initial Examination.”

If that scale has another examination performed on it, then Measurement Canada defines the examination as a “Subsequent Examination.”

If the scale is rejected by Measurement Canada or fails an examination performed by an Authorized Service Provider and is repaired, the resulting examination is defined as a “Re-Examination.”


Expect our total commitment to quality and transparency in every interaction. We provide accurate quotes tailored to your needs with no hidden costs.

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Phone (Main Office):

(306) 949-1322