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Device: Laboratory Scale
Manufacturer: Sartorius
Model: I31-D2
Location: Germany, North Rhine-Westphalia
Rating: 93%
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Device: Laboratory Scale
Manufacturer: Detecto
Model: PT-500RK
Location: United States, Minnesota
Rating: 92%
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Device: Laboratory Scale
Manufacturer: Detecto
Model: PT-500SRK
Location: United States, Minnesota
Rating: 92%
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Device: Laboratory Scale
Manufacturer: Detecto
Model: PT-5
Location: United States, Maryland
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Device: Laboratory Scale
Manufacturer: Detecto
Model: PT-25
Location: United States, Maryland
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Device: Laboratory Scale
Manufacturer: Detecto
Model: PT-2R
Location: United States, Maryland
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Device: Laboratory Scale
Manufacturer: Detecto
Model: PT-2SR
Location: United States, Maryland
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Device: Laboratory Scale
Manufacturer: Detecto
Model: PT-5R
Location: United States, Maryland
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Device: Laboratory Scale
Manufacturer: Detecto
Model: PT-5SR
Location: United States, Maryland
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Device: Laboratory Scale
Manufacturer: Detecto
Model: PT-10SR
Location: United States, Maryland
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Device: Laboratory Scale
Manufacturer: Detecto
Model: PT-25R
Location: United States, Maryland
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Device: Laboratory Scale
Manufacturer: Detecto
Model: PT-25SR
Location: United States, Maryland
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Device: Laboratory Scale
Manufacturer: Detecto
Model: PT-500RK
Location: United States, Maryland
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Device: Laboratory Scale
Manufacturer: Detecto
Model: PT-500SRK
Location: United States, Maryland
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Laboratory Scale may also be referred to as :

Laboratory Scale | Laboratory Balance
 

Tips for buying Laboratory Scale

  1. Before making a laboratory scale purchase, medical facilities need to consider the minimum load, the maximum weight needed for the scale to weigh, and the scale's reproducibility and linearity. A full list of applications and features contained in a laboratory scale can be found in the model's user manual.
  2. For moisture laboratory scales, some of the features to considered and examine include: the maximum temperature, sample weight, readability, switch of criteria, and accuracy of the result needed.
  3. The laboratory scale's readability should be taken into account in terms of the decimal places or units displayed, and how many accurate decimals/units are needed to weigh down to (1g., 0.1g., 0.001g., 0.1mg. etc.)
  4. Typically, laboratory balances using AC power adapters or more accurate than battery-operated models.
  5. Facilities should inquire whether the laboratory scale weighs only in grams or whether it has multiple weighing units such as the option for % weighing, piece counting, target weighing (weighing of packed products for fill weight), or supports density (underhook) weighing. Moisture laboratory scales can be used to determine loss on drying of samples.
  6. Certain laboratory balance models can transfer data to a computer or printer. Facilities should look into whether interface cables for PCs or printers, or communications software are included with the laboratory scale.
  7. The method of calibration that the laboratory scale has in an important factor to consider. Internal calibration scales use an internal weight to automatically calibrate the instrument at a preset time, due to changes in temperature, or upon request, while external calibration scales are manually calibrated by placing a calibration test weight on the laboratory balance pan.
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