When you’re looking at scales and balances, the word “portable” has different meanings depending on the device. In general, a scale is portable if it can be moved easily from place to place.
Adam Equipment's top 5 tips on caring for calibration weights.
We define precision balances as “a balance used to weigh quantities to a very precise number, usually up to one milligram”. They’re sometimes referred to as “top loading balances”. Precision balances are available in a wide range of capacities, from several hundred grams up to kilograms.
There are a lot of different pipettes out there, and only specific kinds can be calibrated. This blog post will outline a tutorial for basic pipette calibration.
What are analytical balances? How do they differ from other lab balances, like precision and top-loading models?
If you have to pick between internal and external calibration options, how do you choose? How do they differ? What are the pros and cons?