This month we are delighted to catch up with our Sales Manager for Middle East, Africa, India and Poland, Olga Paz. Olga covers all Lab Products across sister companies Precisa, Froilabo, Edinburgh Sensors and Dynamica. Find out what a typical day looks like for Olga and what she enjoys doing outside of work.
We would like to thank all our customers and partners and wish you all a happy holiday season, and a joyful new year. We look forward to working with you in 2022.
At Precisa, our work is centred on the production of Precision measurements. This article aims to clear up the confusion, exploring the difference between precision and accuracy and the correct way to use each term, using the example of a dart board to demonstrate.
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.
It is known that all cars need to be regularly maintained and periodically assessed for road worthiness. This is for the safety of the driver, other road users and means that the car is more likely to last longer as issues are identified early. Many people fail to realise that measuring instruments also need regular check-ups in order to operate
Precisa has been manufacturing balances since 1935, producing a state-of the-art product range which reflects traditional Swiss characteristics such as precision, quality and reliability. We produce a wide range of Analytical and Precision balances which are ideal for use across a wide range of industries.
At Precisa, we understand the necessity of fast, precise and reliable measurements within the industrial sector. Combining cutting-edge design with the latest technology, our precision balances are perfect for measuring parts, packaging for shipping and stock control.
A weighing balance is an instrument which is used to determine the weight or mass of an object. Available in a wide range of sizes with multiple weighing capacities, they are an essential tool in almost every laboratory. Precision and analytical balances are specific types of weighing balances which measure much smaller masses than the average scale.
Determining the weight of an animal is important because it can determine the health of the animal. The measurement can be compared to a median for the species and to previous states. Furthermore, it can inform us of the amount of food, water, medication and exercise the animal must receive.
This article will explore the history of the weighing scales, looking back to its origins and how it has developed over the millennia to become the instrument we know today.