Analytical balances are precision instruments that measure mass to 0.00001 grams accurately, but they’re prone to error so proper maintenance and care are key to keeping them operating optimally.
To guarantee your scales work optimally, it’s important to adhere to some simple rules. Doing this will reduce the possibility of weighting errors which could lead to costly miscalculations.
Our range of high-performance DSC Balances is capable of producing accurate readings across a wide temperature range and is designed for durability in laboratory settings.
The Balances can be employed in several applications, such as weighing granular or powdered substances, density determination, liquid/solid dilution calculations, and contaminants identification. They can function either independently or alongside computers for more detailed analysis.
Temperature calibration on the DSC cell is achieved through the DLC Dynamic Load Compensation system, which accounts for heat exchange between a dry-block calibrator and sensor-under-test. This provides an accurate reading when the DSC cell is employed in custody transfer applications where accuracy is essential.
Pressure balances (dead-weight testers) are the most accurate instruments available for calibrating electronic or mechanical pressure measuring instruments. Their low measurement uncertainty and excellent long-term stability make them ideal for factory and calibration laboratories in industry, national institutes, and research laboratories alike.
Calibration is essential for guaranteeing the accuracy of your measurements. Without regular check-ups and recalibration, the equipment can quickly become inaccurate, leading to measurement errors – potentially expensive ones!
If you’re uncertain whether your balance requires calibration, reach out to the manufacturer. They should be able to provide you with a service schedule and associated costs.
According to your balance type, you may need either external calibration or internal sensitivity calibration. In either case, use certified calibration weights for testing.
Analytical balances are highly precise instruments, capable of measuring mass down to 0.00001 grams. Therefore, accuracy must be guaranteed for an analyst to be certain she is weighing exactly what they require.
However, several factors can impair the precision of these instruments. One major issue is vibration.
This can be caused by several things, such as people moving or equipment moving, temperature and humidity changes, etc.
To prevent these issues, it’s essential to place the balance far away from external influences. This is particularly true if it is in a laboratory. Furthermore, routine calibrations on the balance are essential.
The Precision Balances Company’s DSC Balances are capable of producing accurate and reliable results across a wide range of applications, making them ideal for use in laboratory settings. However, to ensure their optimal performance, it is important to adhere to some simple rules such as proper maintenance, calibration, and protection from external influences like vibration. By following these guidelines, you can minimize the risk of weighting errors that could potentially lead to costly miscalculations. Contact the manufacturer for service schedules and associated costs if you are unsure whether your balance requires calibration. With regular check-ups and recalibration, you can enjoy accurate measurements every time with Precision Balance Company’s DSC Balances.