High Precision Scales
High precision scales for mass measurements are used for ensuring the technological processes in different manufacturing areas, control and scientific laboratories and jewlery stores. These scales can have multiple measurement ranges as well as a large assortment of functions - for example a counting function. Depending on the model, they can be equipped with internal or external calibration. For a scale with external calibration to work precisely, it needs to be tested and calibrated, if needed, with special etalon weight.
The most percise of the I class scales are the analytical scales. They can only be used withing laboratories, where they require a special enviorment to be able to conduct precise measurements. All electronical balances require a stable area to work on, but when using analytical balances, it is suggested to use special tables for work with these scales. The jewler scales ensure the required precision for work with precious metals. Besides the usual measurement unit - grams, the scales can be used with other mass measurement units. For example, to weigh precious stones, scales will come with a measurement unit of carats. If the jewler scales are used withing a workshop, it is neccessary to choose one that is dust resistant. High precision scales are a high precision instrument, thus they require a very delicate handling an a trained personel. In no way an overload of the platform can be allowed. To be able to use the self-maintnance of the scales, it is also suggested to prchase etalon weights of the corresponding class which can be used to tell if the measurements are correct and to prevent any mistakes in time. Remember that work with high precision scales can only begin after they have warmed up properly, as any measurements before that will be imprecise.