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Laboratory scales

Laboratory scales with high accuracy, usually class II, are suitable for use in control and scientific laboratories. Of course, the name 'laboratory balance' is quite arbitrary, and these scales can be used in other places where accuracy is needed. The main technical parameters when choosing weights are maximum weight and accuracy. Platform size, type of power supply, and additional features are often important. The price of the scales is associated with these parameters, so you do not need to know the exact parameters that you need to overpay. It is sometimes cheaper to buy two separate scales that want one with very versatile parameters. The balance can have one or two weighing ranges. Two ranges mean that weights up to one weight have one step and then another. This ensures accuracy at low loads and more stable operation at higher loads. When purchasing laboratories, pay attention to weight parameters such as “d” and “e” for accuracy and pace. They may differ or be the same. If you need guaranteed accuracy of 0.001 g, then “e” should be 0.001, and if weights are “d”, 0.001 and e “0.01”, the weights will not work. The balance can be checked or have only a calibration certificate. If you want to use laboratory scales in the field of adjustable metrology - select laboratory scales that can be checked. In catalogs, they are usually indicated by the green letter M. In addition to “e” and “d”, these scales will have to indicate not only the maximum, but also the minimum weights at which the weighing accuracy is guaranteed. A calibration certificate can be ordered for any scale, there are no requirements for scales. A calibration certificate will show the true accuracy of the balance, repeatability of readings. Laboratory scales are a very accurate measuring instrument and therefore require very careful handling and trained personnel. In any case, the weighing platform should not be overloaded, since it can damage the strain gauge weight sensor, which can be expensive to replace. A full range of laboratory weights is available in the AXIS, RADWAG and KERN catalogs. Kern and RADWAG use pictograms to catalog the functions and properties of the scales. Although the icons used by both companies are similar, they are not the same. The icon makes it easy to see which scales have a built-in battery or a battery that does not have, which can be connected to a computer with an RS port that has a product counting function. Some scales have a hook for weighing under Weigh under a hook. It is recommended to use a balance of adequate accuracy for self-checking the balance and regularly check the balance. Remember that you can start working with precision electronic sensors in just ten minutes after turning them on. Make sure that the balance is level, and if necessary, adjust the balance by unscrewing or unscrewing the legs of the balance. Call the contact number or e-mail to find the laboratory weight for your needs.

Brand: Radwag
The balance may cooperate with computer by means of USB interface supposing a supplementary software has been installed (respective driver). The said driver may be downloaded from RADWAG website – SOFTWARE link or SUPPORT section.The housing is made of plastic, and the pan is made of stainless steel..
Ex Tax:500.00€
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