No matter how much we recycle, we’re still using plastic and creating waste. What if there was a way to put plastic waste to use in a creative, functional way? That’s where ecobricks come in. What are ecobricks and what do scales have to do with them? This blog post will answer your questions.
Throughout much of the world, students are preparing to head back to school. Scales and balances are an important part of science curriculums and classrooms, helping students understand the world around them as they learn about important concepts like mass and weight. In this blog, we’ll look at some of the ways weighing devices can be used from primary schools all the way up through universities.
When shopping for a new scale or balance, one of the distinguishing features between different models is the type of display screen each offers. How important is the type of display for a weighing device? Let’s look at some of the most common ones.
When it comes to scales and balances, stainless steel is a very common material for weighing pans and housings. Why stainless steel? Is stainless steel better than the alternatives?
Physics is the branch of science centered around the nature and properties of matter and energy: essentially, the study of everything in physical existence from subatomic particles to the universe itself. One of those properties is mass. In this blog post, we’ll look at how balances can be used in physics labs and classrooms.
In color psychology, blue is often cited as an appetite suppressant. Research suggests that eating light-colored food off a dark blue plate encourages people to eat less. But when it comes to foodservice, blue has a much different meaning: safety.