What is the A&D GH Series Trade Approved Analytical Balance?
The A&D GH Series Approved Analytical Balance is a dependable analytical balance with an easy to use design and wide range of features to make precise weighing tasks faster and simpler. It features a large weighing chamber and anti-static coated glass to decrease interference when carrying out complex weighing experiments in medical, food and science laboratories.
What are the benefits of using the A&D GH Series Analytical Balance?
The A&D GH Series Trade Approved Analytical Balance boasts internal calibration with an internal mass to help save time and money – external calibration requires a great deal of skill, time and an often-expensive external mass. GH balances also come with Automatic Self Calibration that automatically calibrates the balance when changes in ambient temperature are detected. This means your analytical balance will always weigh accurately.
The balance's parts counting and percentage weighing modes allow lab technicians to precisely monitor and blend exact amounts of liquid chemicals. A standard underhook is ideal for performing density determination experiments and weighing magnetic substances.
The balance's data memory function allows up to 200 sets of data stored, whilst a bi-directional RS-232C communication connects to a PC, printer or other peripheral devices.
Multiple weighing units can be configured aside from standard gram and milligram units including Carats (ct), Troy Ounces (ozt), Mommes (mom) and Taels (TL).
Popular applications for the A&D GH Series Analytical Balance
The A&D GH Series Analytical Balance is a versatile and powerful balance that is suited to medical environments, food research facilities and laboratories.
GH trade approved balances are perfect for manufacturing supplements and pharmaceuticals that are to be bought and sold by weight.
Need help with choosing analytical balances? Call us for advice and guidance on 01908 972 660. You can see more analytical balances here.
For ultimate accuracy when weighing with the GH analytical balance we recommend using an anti-vibration table.