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The scale is a piece of equipment that measures the mass of a specific body, providing exact data on its weight. Among the many existing models, the analytical balance stands out as it has a high power of rigor, since with it great precision can be obtained.

The analytical balance is a measuring instrument that offers us a high degree of precision, but requires experience and skill of the operator. For its operation, it must be positioned under a specific environment and have controlled environmental conditions so that it does not suffer alteration in the absolute value of the weighing.

Created in 1750 by the Scottish chemist Joseph Black, this type of balance has become an important scientific instrument for accurately delivering data.

Do you know how an analytical balance works?

The balance is a laboratory instrument that measures the mass of a body or chemical substance, using the force of gravity acting on the body as a means of comparison. The word comes from the Latin terms: bis that means two and linx which means plate.

It must be taken into account that weight is the force that the gravitational field exerts on the mass of a body, such force being the product of the mass by the local acceleration of gravity. [F = m x g].

The term local is included to emphasize that the acceleration depends on factors such as geographic latitude, height above sea level, and the density of the earth, at the location where the measurement is made. This force is measured in Newton.

Digital and analog analytical balance

An analytical balance is a measuring instrument used to determine the mass of an object, it provides a high degree of precision in the order of 0.001 grams. Created in 1750 by the Scottish chemist Joseph Black, it is currently considered an important scientific instrument for delivering data with great accuracy.

For its operation, it must be positioned under a specific environment and have controlled environmental conditions so that it does not suffer alteration in the absolute value of the weighing.

Analytical balances deliver very accurate measurements, since they employ an electronic system capable of measuring minute differences in mass. They are manufactured inside a transparent box provided with doors to isolate it from certain factors that may affect its operation.

Therefore, due to the need for extreme precision of the measurements carried out, these must have specific rooms for their handling, with controlled ...

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This type 3 electronic weighing scale model has a healthy appearance style. Its body is made of PC alloy materials, hard and dumb. As for the pan, it is made of high quality stainless steel with SUS304, in a simple and fluid way. Another great feature is that it has a large LCD screen with a soft backlight, which makes the values much easier to read. Larger LCD screen shows elegance and vigorous font, with diamond blue color with computer, printer, etc. with RS232 connection, for data transmission
Portable batteries, AC / DC and lead

Steps to use an analytical balance:

The analytical balance is a measuring instrument that has a high degree of precision, but which in turn requires experience and skill from the operator. Its creator was the Scottish chemist Joseph Black in the year 1750, since then this type of balance has become an important scientific instrument to obtain accurate measurements.

Check that the balance is level: check that around the screen there is a bubble indicating the leveling 

Where the balance is located there should be no inclination. The pan of the balance must be exactly parallel to the ground.

Turn on the balance: Press the power button, until the display lights up or shows a power signal of the balance

Place the watch glass or waxed paper in the center of the inner pan of the balance, these have the characteristic 

The sample to be weighed is placed on the watch glass or waxed paper. Sample is removed and surfaces are cleaned

Finally, it is recommended to pass a soft brush through the pan, to remove any residue that has remained in the balance

Types of Laboratory Balances:

There are several types of mechanical laboratory balances:

Analytical Balances

The model of this analytical balance has an electromagnetic sensor. In addition, it also has an LCD backlight display that makes viewing values ​​much easier and clearer. In addition, it is operator friendly with direct weight and directly reads the weighing results. This model is very smart, making it the right outfit for you. One of its most important characteristics is that it increases and returns to zero within the entire weighing range. Also, it has an overhead screen.

Electronic scales

They are weighing instruments whose capacity ranges from one gram to a few kilograms with a precision generally of one hundred thousandth of its maximum capacity. Large LCD display, vibrant, attractive fonts, sapphire blue backlight Standard RS232 connection to computer, printer, etc. for data transmission. Portable, available with AC and DC, can also be used without power. Peeling, accumulating and other full-range functions. Bluetooth wireless transmission function (optional)

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