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How to Choose a Bench Scale

How to Choose a Bench Scale

Bench scales are versatile and widely used in various industries for a broad range of applications. Typically, bench scales are small enough to fit on counters, workstations, and tables. Despite a compact footprint, they’re often packed with useful features and functions. In this post, we’ll take a look at bench scales and the applications they’re best-suited for.

The Tare Feature

The Tare Feature

The tare feature is so useful and so important, it usually has a dedicated button on digital scales and balances. It’s as important in business settings as it is for home scales. In this blog post, we’ll explain what the tare feature is, how to use tare on different weighing devices, and why it’s so useful.

An Introduction to Counting Scales

An Introduction to Counting Scales

What are counting scales? How can they be used? This blog article will provide you with the essential information of counting scales, exploring features from checkweighing to parts counting.

What is GLP and Why Does It Matter to Labs?

What is GLP and Why Does It Matter to Labs?

In the weighing industry, you’ll often see the term “GLP-compliant.” GLP stands for Good Laboratory Practice but what does it actually mean?

Is It Time to Replace Your Lab Balance?

Is It Time to Replace Your Lab Balance?

You love your lab balance – you’ve had it for years and you’ve come to rely on it to the point where it almost feels like an extension of your own hand. But how long is too long to use the same balance? How do you know when it’s time to replace it?

Choosing the right lab balance

Choosing the right lab balance

Lab balances are expensive investments for labs purchasing them. But with so many options available, it can be difficult to pick the instrument that best suits your needs. In this post, we’ll look at the deciding factors that can help you choose which weighing device to buy for your lab.

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