At Precisa, we understand that needing to replace your lab balance can be an inconvenient, costly and daunting prospect. That’s why we have put together this handy guide to help you figure out if your balance really needs replacing, how to look after your balance and how to choose a new balance to meet all of your needs.
In this article we explore the specific processes behind balance calibration and why it is so important to keeping your balance accurate.
At Precisa our IP65 is ideal for peripheral devices such as secondary display. Here you will find a handy step by step guide on how to connect your IP65.
Our analytical balances have 0.1mg readability, 4 place or 0.0001g readability balances with capacities up to 520g with or without internal calibration.
Identifying your balance readability could seem like a tricky task, but that’s why our team have put together this handy guide to help you determine the readability of your balance, and discusses the difference between the readability and verified scale intervals.
Using the information from above you have determined the Weight Class requirement for your check weights. You can now decide which weight(s) from that class are required to monitor the performance of your balance.
The principle is the same as that of a spirit level. The ideal position of the bubble is dead centre of the circle. This will give the balance its correct conditions for proper functionality. Its position should be relative to the circle as this will inform your next step.
Thermogravimetric analyzers offer a less complex and time-consuming solution for TGA analysis that reduces overall costs.
If you have a Precisa lab balance, and require a certain capacity or readability, the helpful guide below allows you to easily interpret the capacity and readability from the Precisa Model Number
Our team at Precisa are committed to ensuring that your balance fulfils all your weighing requirements. That’s why we have created this handy read giving you our top tips to ensure accurate weighing.