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Our website is designed to provide you with a resource for wrestling scales at the high school and college level of competition and tournaments. Our goal is to provide high quality scale reviews and buyers guides plus special inside information like answers to your most asked questions. We hope you will think of this site as your weighing equipment home with lots of high quality products and informative buying guides relating to how to buy wrestling scales. No matter if you are a high school athletic director or a young wrestler just looking to maintain your weight in-between tournaments, you are sure to find good wrestling scales for sale.

Many rule books, athletic associations, and organizations generally require wrestling scales to be certified annually. Take a look at the testing procedure below for additional information regarding testing scales. In our opinion, you should have your scales checked according to the guidelines of your particular inspector and of course you can always check them yourself with a couple of our accurate test weights that we offer as well. If you need to recalibrate the scales, it's best to let the professional scale company do SCALE CERTIFICATION SERVICE with certified test weights and licensed scale technicians.

Assuming you have a digital wrestling scale, if you are just looking to check your scales out, try the following test. You'll need a couple of accurate test weights and ideally two people. Depending on your scale capacity, purchase several test weights to place on your scale. A good idea would be to purchase something like (2) 50 lb weights or perhaps (4) 25 lb weights. (We also suggest reading your owners manual and see if they require a certain amount of weight to calibrate the scale)

1. With nothing on the scale, make sure the display shows 0.00 lb. If not, press the "Zero" button.
2. Place (1) test weight on the scale platform. Ideally if you put (1) 50 lb. weights on the platform, it should show 50.0 lbs.
3. Assuming your scale is correct at 50.0 lbs, keep that weight on the scale and now have someone step on to the scale as well.
4. With the person and the original test weight still on the platform, now add your second test weight to the platform. You'll have to do some math, but by using this method, you can test your scale at a higher capacity and you'll only need a couple of test weights.



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