How do I choose the right scale for my clinical laboratory?

Within a laboratory there are many useful devices that perform different tasks, which become of vital importance when it comes to delivering results. All equipment in a laboratory must be accurate, reliable and of good quality, with accuracy and speed at the same time.

One of these devices is the balances that can be found in laboratories, which are used for certain functions derived from weighing and measuring the mass of a body.

There are different types of scales:

  • Analytical balance
  • Electronic scale
  • Precision balance
  • Mechanical scales
  • Medical scales
  • Table scales
  • Spring scales
  • Multifunction scales
  • Weighing scales
  • Platform scales
  • Precision balances
  • Desktop scales
  • Floor scales

It is necessary to have the right laboratory-weighing device that provides you and your personnel the needed accuracy that gives you reliable results. There are different kinds of balances; in this case, we are presenting you with the electronic ones of Kalstein. These devices are used for measuring samples from .01 mg (0.0001 g) to 1 g readability. Electronic balances must deliver accurate results with a great amount of precision.

This feature is precisely the one that becomes fundamental in these devices. Any kind of laboratory need to have precision weighing in order to deliver accurate results. Even though the requirement for highly accurate weighing for the preparation of reagents, standards, and calibrators has diminished, many laboratories use precision balances for periodic checking of the accuracy of mechanical pipettors.

Are you ready to choose your balance?

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