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In 1999, Xiamen Jadever Scale Co., Ltd. is established; the main production area for the company is located here. By the year 2006 Jadever acquires ISO 9001:2000 certification.


In 1999, Xiamen Jadever Scale Co., Ltd. is established; the main production area for the company is located here. By the year 2006 Jadever acquires ISO 9001:2000 certification.

Cattle Weighing Scales for Pigs
Farm Weighing Scales for Livestock
Livestock Scale All the electronic parts are installed on the top of the scale. Curved control for economic durability. You could wash down the scale every day.  All the cables go though the inside of the scale. If you want to use the scale to weigh horse, we could also customize the width,the length and the height of the fence.   Features: 1. Powerful animal weighing function 2. Pass-through scale body design, fast weighing speed and high accuracy 3. All the electronic parts are installed on the top of the scale 4. Support washing down 5. Support customization of the length, width and height of the fence 6. Special capacity can be customized 7. Ideal for applications in ground, outdoors, factory plant, farm and packing house   Specifications:   Material Mild Steel Stainless Steel Accuracy 1/3000-1/6000 Capacity(kg) 500-1500 Division(g) 500 Dimension(mm) 1800x500 2000x500 1800x500 2000x500    
Built-in thermal micro-printer industrial indicator
Weighing indicator with built-in printer
Jadever new weighing indicator built-in thermal micro-printer, convenient and simple.  It can use charging mode or plug-in mode to avoid unstable supply or power failure troubles. Support 50mm width label and receipt, effective printing range 48mm.
Industrial ABS material shell control box
Compact size Weighing Control Box
Jadever JCB-M1 weighing control box has industrial ABS material shell, compact size and easy to store.
IP68 degree industrial indicator
New waterproof indicator with LED red character display
Jadever new JWI-530 waterproof indicator is suitable for sea food, high humidity environment, and food processing industries.
Waterproof table scale with stainless steel weighing pan
Latest high-quality waterproof digital scales
Jadever latest waterproof table scale. It has LED double-sided display (optional) and  RS-232 as a standard.
Digital Weighing Indicator for bench scale
sample counting Industrial Weighing Scale Indicator For Packaging
Jadever weighing scale indicator JWI-700W is our new version indicator with high-impact durable ABS housing , which has got OIML certification.

 Jadever Scale, a professional Manufacturer of industrial Weighing & Counting Scales & Indicators from China for more than 30 years.

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Xiamen Jadever Scale Co., Ltd

View our corporate video JADEVER, a professional manufacturer of Industrial Weighing Scales, Electronic Counting Scales & Weighing Indicators from China, was founded in July, 1986.  During the first years of existence, our company advanced in technology innovation and developing a business plan. In 1998, our company achieved the main quality goal, when the first of our products received approval from the International Organization of Legal Metrology. In 1999, Xiamen Jadever Scale Co., Ltd. was established; the main production area for our company is located here. In 2006, JADEVER acquired the ISO 9001:2000 certification. Currently, our company maintains the headquarters in Taipei, plus branches in six Chinese cities (Xiamen, Shanghai, Shenzhen, Qingdao, Wuhan and Tianjin) and an international branch in Markham, Canada.
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In 1999, Xiamen Jadever Scale Co., Ltd. is established; the main production area for the company is located here. By the year 2006 Jadever acquires ISO 9001:2000 certification.

Transitioning into Autumn: Celebrating the Arrival of Liqiu

Aug, 2023

Transitioning into Autumn: Celebrating the Arrival of Liqiu
Transitioning into Autumn: Celebrating the Arrival of Liqiu   As the scorching heat of summer gradually gives way to cooler temperatures, we find ourselves on the threshold of a new season - autumn. In the traditional Chinese lunar calendar, the beginning of autumn is marked by the festival of Liqiu. This blog post aims to explore the significance of Liqiu and the transition from summer to autumn.   Liqiu, which translates to "beginning of autumn," is one of the 24 solar terms in the Chinese calendar. It usually falls around August 7th each year. This solar term signifies the start of autumn and the transition from the peak of summer to the gentle coolness of autumn.   Observing Changes in Nature: During Liqiu, we can observe various changes in nature that indicate the arrival of autumn. Leaves begin to change their colors, turning from vibrant green to shades of red, orange, and yellow. The air becomes crisper, and we may notice the arrival of migratory birds as they prepare for their long journey to warmer regions.   Harvest and Gratitude: Autumn is a season closely associated with harvest and abundance. Liqiu reminds us to express gratitude for the bountiful fruits and vegetables that nature provides us. It is a time to appreciate the hard work of farmers and reflect on the importance of sustainable agricultural practices.   Health and Wellness: In Traditional Chinese Medicine, each season is associated with specific elements and their impact on our physical and mental well-being. Autumn is related to the lung and large intestine meridians, highlighting the importance of nourishing these organs during this time. It is a good opportunity to adjust our diet and engage in activities that support our immune system.   Cultural Traditions: Liqiu is also a time for various cultural traditions and activities. People often gather to enjoy mooncakes, a traditional pastry filled with sweet or savory fillings, during the Mid-Autumn Festival, which usually falls around Liqiu. Additionally, many people take this time to visit scenic spots and appreciate the beautiful autumn scenery.   As Liqiu heralds the arrival of autumn, it brings with it a sense of change, gratitude, and reflection. It is a time to appreciate the beauty of nature's transformations and to take care of our health and well-being. By embracing the essence of Liqiu, we can fully immerse ourselves in the spirit of autumn and all it has to offer.
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  • Great Heat


    Great Heat
    Embracing the Heat: Exploring the Significance of Dàshǔ   As the sweltering heat of summer peaks, we find ourselves in the midst of the traditional Chinese solar term known as Dàshǔ. Dàshǔ, which translates to "great heat," marks the hottest period of the year. In this blog post, we delve into the significance of Dàshǔ and how it is perceived in Chinese culture. Historical and Cultural Background: Dàshǔ is one of the twenty-four solar terms in the traditional Chinese calendar system. It has been observed and celebrated for thousands of years, tracing its roots back to ancient agricultural practices. During Dàshǔ, farmers would pay close attention to the weather, predicting the rainfall and ensuring the success of their crops.   Symbolism and Traditional Customs: Dàshǔ holds great significance in Chinese culture, representing the transition from summer to autumn. It is believed that during this period, the yang energy (associated with heat and brightness) peaks before gradually declining. To balance this energy, people engage in various customs such as consuming cooling foods, practicing exercises like Qigong, and wearing light-colored clothing.   Health and Well-being: In Chinese medicine, Dàshǔ is considered a critical time for health preservation. Traditional practices emphasize the importance of maintaining a balanced body and mind during this heatwave. People are advised to stay hydrated, consume foods with cooling properties, avoid excessive outdoor activities during peak hours, and take additional precautions to prevent heatstroke.   Festivals and Celebrations: Dàshǔ is also associated with several festivals and celebrations across China. One of the most prominent is the Dragon Boat Festival (Duanwu Festival), which usually falls around this time. During this festival, people participate in dragon boat races, make and consume sticky rice dumplings (zongzi), and hang up pouches of herbs to ward off evil spirits.   Nature and the Environment: Dàshǔ is not only a human experience but also a time of change and adaptation in nature. This solar term is accompanied by the lush growth of vegetation, the blooming of flowers, and the buzzing of insects. It is a reminder of the interconnection between humans and the natural world, highlighting the importance of environmental preservation.   Dàshǔ is more than just a scorching period; it is a significant part of Chinese culture and heritage. It teaches us about the harmony between humans and nature, the importance of balance, and the need to adapt to changing seasons. As we embrace the heat of Dàshǔ, let us reflect on the wisdom and traditions passed down through generations, appreciating the lessons it brings. Note: The translation of Dàshǔ as "big heat" is an approximation, as the term encompasses a broader meaning in Chinese culture.
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  • International Children's Day


    International Children's Day
    International Children's Day International Children's Day, a traditional Chinese holiday and a United Nations-defined holiday for children around the world, is held on June 1 every year. On this day, students get a break from school and many parents buy gifts for their children, take them to amusement parks or participate in other forms of celebration. The significance of this holiday is to remind all sectors of society to pay attention to children's issues, to care about their healthy growth, education and rights, and to strengthen the protection and improvement of their living environment and quality of life.   International Children's Day is a very special holiday, and there are many interesting activities that can be arranged to make it a pleasant holiday for children, such as   Parent-child games: Parent-child game competitions can be organized, such as hide-and-seek, rope skipping, tug-of-war, etc.   Painting competitions: Painting competitions can be organized to let children show their creativity and imagination.   Book club: A book club can be organized for children to share their favorite books and enhance their interest in reading.   Handicraft: Handicraft activities can be organized, such as making paper pinwheels, origami, bracelets, etc.   Children's performances: Children's performances can be organized for children to show their talents, such as singing, dancing, reciting, etc.   Family picnics: Family picnics can be organized for children to enjoy the beauty of nature with their families.   All these activities can make children spend a meaningful and interesting June 1 Children's Day.
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  • Grain Buds


    Grain Buds
    Grain Buds   The traditional Chinese lunar calendar divides the year into 24 solar terms. Grain Buds, the 8th solar term of a year, begins on May 20 this year. It means that the seeds from the grain are becoming full but are not ripe.   In China, the 24 solar terms were created thousands of years ago to guide agricultural production. But the solar term culture is still useful today to guide people’s lives through special foods, cultural ceremonies, gardening and even healthy living tips that correspond with each solar term. Let’s see what we can do during the “Grain Buds” period.   A good season for eating fish During the Grain Buds period, the summer harvest is about to begin. A saying about rain during this time mentions, “A heavy rainfall makes the river full.” Because of the great increase in rainfall, rivers are full of water, which makes fish and shrimp big and fat. This is a good time to eat fish and shrimp. It is also harvest season for fishermen.   A good season for eating mulberries A Chinese farmer proverb says, “Mulberries become black during the Grain Buds period.” Thus it is a good season to eat mulberries.   Tips on health preserving in Grain Buds High temperatures and humidity are common during the Grain Buds period. The increase in temperature over this season may also give rise to sweat spots, and other skin diseases. It is also important to exercise to keep healthy during the hot summer days. Walking, jogging and practicing tai chi is popular.   Celebrating silkworm deity birthday Silkworm rearing is a traditional byproduct for people in regions south of the Yangtze River. During the Grain Buds season, silkworms have cocooned. People begin to cook cocoons and prepare the spinning wheel for reeling silk.   People in Jiangsu and Zhejiang provinces regard this season as the birthday of the silkworm deity.   Those who engage in the silk industry thank the deity by offering sacrifices and staging performances. They pray to the deity for blessings and a boom season for the silk business.
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