What You Should Know About Monsoons

It’s monsoon season again in Arizona!  The Arizona monsoon is a meteorological “event” that happens during the summer in the North American Southwest. During the winter, the wind flow in Arizona is mostly from the west or northwest, from California and Nevada. In the summer, the winds shift to a southerly or southeasterly direction. Moisture comes northward from the Pacific Ocean and the Gulf of Mexico. This shift causes a big change in moisture conditions across Arizona.  That change, along with daytime heat, is the key to the Arizona monsoon. 

Monsoon Lightning

Monsoons can cause serious damage to your scales from lightning, rain and flood water or strong winds!  Southwestern Scale’s Service Department is prepared to repair damage caused by heavy monsoon storms. Damage from lightning, electrical surges and flooding can happen any time, and when it does, contact Southwestern Scale.  We can also test your scales to be sure that they are still operating correctly after a monsoon.  If you have any questions, give us a call at (602) 243-3951 and we’ll be happy to answer them for you.

 

With the most scale technicians and service equipment available in Arizona, we can get your scale up and running faster than our competition, with less down time and without sacrificing accuracy and quality. 

               

24 hour emergency maintenance services are available.

Contact us by phone, email or through our website:

Toll free: 800-373-7763

Office: 602-243-3951

Email: service@swscale.com

Service inquiry web page: www.swscale.com/servicerequest 

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