Weighing units are something you see every day. Whether you're buying groceries, sending packages or checking the quality of a product, you'll see weighing units. Weighing units give us information.
You might remember our first blog post about the ongoing work to redefine the kilogram, which would go from a physical standard to one based on fundamental constants of nature. On Friday, November 16th, that work was accomplished and the kilogram was officially redefined. What does that mean?
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?