Article: Achieve Optimal Weighing Performance with High-Resolution Balances
Scientists in research and development (R&D) or analytical laboratories need the most reliable lab weighing results. The Cubis® II platform from Sartorius provides a fully configurable, high-performance portfolio of lab weighing hardware and software to meet customer expectations at the highest level.
Even with a good balance, it is important to be mindful of good lab practices to achieve optimal results. External environmental influences or improper handling can lead to inaccuracy and poor weighing performance. To ensure accuracy and repeatability during weight measurements, always adhere to the proper basics and your balance will provide the best results.
Download this informative guide to learn about the best way to achieve optimal weighing performance when using your Cubis® II balance.
Commonly Asked Questions:
- What is the best way to keep your balance functioning properly?
- There are several things to keep in mind when it comes to analytical balances: Handle the equipment properly, keep the balance calibrated according to current guidelines, ensure a proper environment free of contaminants and static electricity and always store the equipment safely and securely when not in use.
- How often should my lab balance be calibrated?
- It is usually recommended a balance be calibrated at least once per day before starting measurements. After that, calibration frequency depends on factors such as how often the unit is used and the degree of accuracy required for tasks.