Since 1937, Dillon products have been chosen for the jobs where only the best will do. Now, Dillon has once again lifted the performance bar and set the standard for others to follow – Dillon ED Series Crane Scales.
Guesswork is not acceptable. When you have people working around massive loads, there is no room for error. You have to have complete confidence in the strength and the accuracy of your measurement tools.
Two ED Series models are available: The high-end EDXtreme (also called EDX), and the affordable EDjunior. Choose EDXtreme for the most demanding applications; EDXtreme is built with the best materials and designed with cutting-edge features like radio control. Where cost is a concern, and reliability is a requirement, choose EDjunior – the perfect crane scale for simple jobs.
Dillon EDXtreme Crane Scale
Choose EDXtreme for the most demanding applications. EDXtreme is built with the best materials and designed with cutting-edge features like the unique 2.4 Ghz radio option. This powerful radio technology dramatically improves communication when compared to the single frequency technology.
Xtreme accuracy: 0.1% →
Accurate repeatable readings are essential to proper weighing. The higher standards set for the EDX Crane Scales meant taking the time to ensure that material characteristics, load element design and strain gauge meshed perfectly. The result of that effort is a typical accuracy of 0.1% of full scale capacity. The enhanced resolution mode of 1 part in 5000 provides the level of readability needed for refined weighing.
Xtreme engineering →
Building a precision instrument that can survive real-world punishment requires masterful engineering. This is where Dillon’s experience shines through. The engineers assigned to the EDX Crane Scale drew on a depth of industrial application knowledge and conducted exhaustive materials testing to achieve the highest structural integrity.
Dillon EDjunior Crane Scale
The EDjunior is all about value. Behind its simple design and easy operation, you will find the quality and performance not found elsewhere. With the EDjunior, Dillon proves that economy can go hand-in-hand with accuracy, long service life and, most importantly, worker safety – just compare the Dillon EDjunior to the competition. Nothing else comes close!
Measurement Capabilities →
The EDjunior provides peak detection as well as live load readings. Selectable units of measure include lbf, kgf and Newtons.
The load element design and strain gauges chosen for the EDjunior produce an accuracy of 0.2 % (full scale). This level of precision offers flexibility for use in a broad range of applications. Capacities up to 10,000 lb (5000 kg) available.
Readings are displayed with a resolution of 1 part in 1000 to ensure the level of readability required for critical lifting applications.
Dillon AP Mechanical Dynamometers
The Dillon AP Mechanical Dynamometer exhibits limitless versatility as a tension, traction and weight measuring instrument. Full selection of capacities available, from 500 to 50,000 pounds and 500 to 20,000 kilograms.
Originally designed to measure the tension on telephone wires, the Dynamometer has proven to have limitless versatility as a tension and weight measuring instrument. It is used for such diverse jobs as suspended weighing; mounting cables for bridges; adjusting tension on guy wires; field testing chain, rope, wire—anything requiring precision force or tension measurement.
Dillon is the leader in dynamometers with the largest installed population throughout the world. The sturdy design, top grade components and premium coatings make it last for years in severe environments and applications: the pounding aboard military vehicles, rough handling in field measurements and even use underwater. Embraced by industrial contractors across the globe, we are confident the AP will satisfy your most demanding applications.
Certificate of Calibration →
An official Certificate of Calibration traceable to NIST, dated and signed, accompanies each new or factory serviced Dillon Model AP dynamometer. Experienced technicians calibrate each instrument on an individual basis making certain that all parts are carefully adjusted and that every unit is within stated accuracy tolerances before it leaves the factory.