Science & Laboratory Weighing

This section contains a selection of blog posts, how to guides and Inscale product overviews related to science and laboratory weighing.
  1. Best Practises for Using Weighing Equipment During the Covid-19 Pandemic

    The Covid-19 pandemic has been one of the greatest challenges to businesses all across the world, so let's take a look at what we can do to make sure our workplaces are safe and protected at all times whilst being operational.
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  2. Inscale's Guide to Force Gauges

    Instruments used to measure force are known as force gauges and are usually small measuring devices with either digital or mechanically operated systems. Generally, a force is defined as being ‘something that changes the motion of an object’, whether that be to push, pull or even break.

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  3. Microscopes Now Offered by Measurement Shop UK

    Inscale UK are pleased to announce that sister-site Measurement Shop are now selling a wide selection of microscopes and optical devices.

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  4. Using an Anti-vibration Table

    This guide will examine anti-vibration tables; what they are, and how they can be used to achieve more consistent weighing results.

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  5. A Closer Look at Adam Equipment's ABL Analytical Balance

    This blog article shall examine Adam Equipment's ABL semi-micro analytical balance as well as look at the different types of analytical balance available on the market today.

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  6. Inscale's Guide to Analytical Balances

    There are many types of analytical balance on the market and choosing the right one for your needs can save you time and money. Analytical balances vary in terms of portability, weighing capacity and applications and it is these marker points you should use when choosing an analytical balance.

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  7. How to Test Repeatability of a Laboratory Scale

    Repeatability (also referred to as precision) is the ability to consistently produce identical results when the same weight is placed on the same weighing balance multiple times under identical conditions. Good repeatability is essential for laboratory balances due to the delicate nature in which they are used.

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  8. How to Keep Your Lab Scale Working Optimally

    A laboratory balance is often one of the most valuable and expensive pieces of equipment used in laboratories, therefore it is essential that your balance is handled with care and regularly maintained. Keeping your lab balance operating smoothly and efficiently increases the lifespan of the device, reducing the need for unnecessary replacement.
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  9. Introducing the New Eclipse Analytical and Precision Balances

    Eclipse illuminates labs with stellar performance and a constellation of intuitive features

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  10. Mixing it up With Adam Equipment Top Loading Precision Balances

    <p>Inscale's guide to concrete testing using the PGL preicison balance.</p><p>This article has now been updated as the PGL has now been superceded by the Nimbus Precision balance.</p>

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