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    Weighing 250 and 1000lb recovery cylinders

    Just wondering what kind of scale you guys use or how you accomplish this?

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    Depends on how accurate you want to be something like this with a chain fall if you don’t have forklift
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    we fill a 250# recovery tank with r22 a couple times a year, i keep track of what goes in on a log sheet i made. its usually 28-34 lbs at a clip out of 50 lb jugs so I just use my CPS scale.

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    We use a similar one that has a 5000# capacity with 2# increments and a gantry or forlift or something we can use a chain fall from.
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    Check online for an old balance scale from a grainery...

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    Chain hoist scale! Never thought of this. Thanks!

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    Uline H-754

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