High-Performance Analytical Balances for Precise Weighing & Analysis
It is a highly sensitive lab instrument designed to precisely determine an object’s mass. Its design reflects the high-level protection of extremely small samples (solid, liquid, granular substances, or powders) from being affected by environmental elements and air currents.
The primary purpose of analytical balances is to detect very fine increments in an object’s mass and precisely measure it without any slightest vibration or breeze impacting the results. A high-quality analytical balance can detect the weight of a 100g object to within ± 0.01mg.
These balances perform exceptionally great in controlled environments with few to no disturbances and require to be monitored carefully and calibrated frequently. It is simple, quick, useful, and efficient to determine an object’s mass, and ensures the measurement’s uniformity, reliability, integrity, consistency, reproducibility, and quality.
• High-Performance Weighing Cell
• Weight Accuracy: II Class
• Balance Intelligence
• IP65~IP68 Sealing Protection
• OIML & NTEP-approved,CE listed, ISO 9001 certified
• Error-free Operation
• Full End-to-End Data Integrity
Combining Economy & High Performance for Versatile & Flexible Aanalytical Balances
Precision-machined weighing cells comply with Class II accuracy, precision in accuracy with a resolution of 0.001mg to 1g and capacity from 1g to 100kg.
Integral data and method storage, clear backlit display with the uncomplicated operation, draughtshields, level adjustment, overload/underload indicators, and internal/external calibration with auto-tare functionality.
Precision weighing of unstable samples or chemicals leads to quicker and more efficient formulation to serve laboratory or other technical applications.
As a category of scientific scales, they are an essential component of laboratories, educational environments, industrial workplaces, and any environment requiring fast and accurate weighing performance.
Precision and quality define analytical balances as they are designed for very precise measurements of very small objects or samples so that you can get readabilities greater than three decimal places.
With a variety of body styles and options, you can use them in combination with other hardware devices or sample containers.
They are known to be a part of labs and other technical environments for analysis and determination of density, gross-net tare weighing, pipette calibration, etc., and include vibration resistance, data transfer, automation, and capacity range options.
At CUBLIFT, we offer a wide range of models with defined weighing ranges, accuracies, readabilities, and repeatability.
You can use printers and USB interfaces to store test results and can pair them with other hardware devices for further data analysis of your results. In labs, you can use density kits to make density and specific gravity measurements.
Furthermore, you can transmit data to other hardware devices including computers and printers using USB and RS-232 interfaces to perform in-depth analysis. The ability to connect with GLO/ISO-compliant printouts our analytical balances offer is proven to be cost and time-effective.
As the air current, vibrations, change in temperature, and other physical variables can affect the performance of an analytical balance, these sensitive balances are shielded/enclosed to reduce exposure and deliver precise measurements.
Keep in mind that the enclosures only cannot protect them completely and the choice of location can be of extreme importance to get precise measurements of objects. Place your analytical balance in a secure location that is quiet, temperature-controlled, clean, and draft-free.
To get higher accuracy and readability/resolution, choose an analytical balance with a self-correct feature or additional filters against physical influence or other physical variables.
An analytical balance is certified after a thorough operation performed by accredited technicians and provides the results obtained at the time of calibration (uncertainty, repeatability, minimum weight):
• to access compliance with laboratory standards for passing internal quality control or external audits;
• to guarantee reliable measurements that are compatible with any laboratory;
• to apply correct tolerances on the products avoiding waste or reworking;
• to identify instruments that are no longer suitable for the production process due to the accumulation of stress.
It is a critical step to monitor and calibrate your analytical balance regularly to get the best results. The frequency of external calibration depends on numerous factors, including:
• Calibration of the balance depends on the frequency of its use. If you use your analytical balance daily, it should be calibrated at least once every 24 hours.
• Changing environmental conditions or any vibration source can affect the balance’s performance and we recommend calibrating it more often.
• Importance of the accuracy of the weighing results;
• Manufacturer’s recommendation;
Every place is unique and gravitational force applies and differs accordingly.
Industries, institutions, laboratories, or other technical areas require high measuring accuracy with a short measuring time of only a few seconds require analytical balances.
These precision balances are predestined for routine use in a wide range of applications in many laboratories. Back weighing procedures, totalizing, averaging, and dosing applications, or generally in sample preparation for subsequent analytics require analytical balances.