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Analytical Balance with external weight calibration, CE and GLP certified with RS 232 printable output. 

An analytical balance is a precision measuring instrument used in quantitative chemical analysis, to determine the mass of solid objects, liquids, powders and granular substances. Today, electronic balance use the principle of magnetic force restoration, offering readability upto 0.0001 g.

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Automatic internal calibration with built in weight
A built in under hook for below weighing system (optional)
Easy to read LCD Display with back light
Density measurement for solid and liquid (Optional)
Standard RS 232 C interface
Based on E.M.F.C. Technology
S.S. Weighing Pan, Level Indicator, Adjustable Fit Full tare range up to the Maximum Capacity of the Balance

In new this series balance the information system is based on 5 databases allows for several users to work with several products databases, registered weighing results can be subject to further analysis.
• Users (up to 10 users)
• Products (up to 1000Products)
• Weighments (up to 1000 weighments)
• Tares (up to traes)
• ALIBI memory (up to 100 000 weighments)

Max Capacity220g
Readability (acc.)0.1mg
Tare RageFull
Pan Size100mm
Stabilization Time3-4 sec
Interface 2 x RS 232, Type A, Type B, USB optional Wifi
Internal Calibration
Weighing Units
Muilt Weighing Units
230 V / 11V AC or 120 V / 11 V AC
LCD Display with Back Light
Working Temperature10°C - 40°C
Net Weight & Gross Weight5.6/8.3 kg

Analytical balances are used in a variety of settings, including:

  • Pharmaceutical laboratories
  • Chemical laboratories
  • Food testing laboratories
  • Quality control laboratories
  • Research laboratories

Here are some of the steps involved in using an analytical balance:

  1. Prepare the balance: Make sure that the balance is turned on and that the temperature has stabilized.
  2. Clean the weighing pan: Use a soft brush and a mild detergent to clean the weighing pan.
  3. Minimize air currents: Turn off any fans or air conditioners in the area where the balance is located.
  4. Minimize vibrations: Place the balance on a stable surface and avoid moving it while it is in use.
  5. Weigh the sample: Place the sample on the weighing pan and close the doors.
  6. Tare the balance: Press the tare button to zero out the weight of the container.
  7. Read the weight: The weight of the sample will be displayed on the balance's digital display.

Analytical balances are delicate instruments and should be handled with care. Here are some tips for using an analytical balance safely:

  • Do not drop or bump the balance.
  • Do not use the balance in a dusty or humid environment.
  • Do not use the balance with wet or contaminated samples.
  • Do not use the balance if it is damaged.

Analytical balances are an essential tool for quantitative chemical analysis. By following the proper procedures, you can ensure that your measurements are accurate and precise.

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