The average pay for a Balancer Scale is $49,006 a year and $24 an hour in Arkansas, United States.
The average salary range for a Balancer Scale is between $35,646 and $60,125.
This compensation analysis is based on salary survey data collected directly from employers and anonymous employees in Arkansas, United States.
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Inspects, tests, and adjusts scale mechanisms and repairs or replaces defective parts to ensure balance and accuracy of scales, using handtools and test equipment: rolls test weights to and from position on scale platform and reads dial indications or weight tickets (if scale is so equipped) to verify accuracy of scales.
Adjusts parts, such as loading box, rack, pendulum weights, and cams, for travel and leverage to determine type of error and coordinate readings with weights.
Adjusts and tightens parts, such as locking handle, cam holddowns and ribbons, pendulum lever assembly, and stops for tare-beam lever, using handtools.
Reduces friction to minimum in all bearings and parts of scale, using chisels, taps, tin snips, hacksaw, plumb bob, and electric drill.
Repairs or replaces defective parts.
May install parts in conjunction with balancing operation.
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Balancer Scale Job Listings for Arkansas, United States
El Dorado, AR, USA
Hunt, Guillot & Associates
... mass balance calculations, development of PFD's and P&ID's, computer simulations/modeling with ... of scale-up practices and issues â€¢ Demonstrated innovative scale-up and problem-solving skills ...