Analytical Balances for Lab Based Applications
What is an Analytical Balance?
Analytical balances and Micro Analytical Balances are precise weighing instruments used to measure mass to a high readability (up to 0.0001g). They require a draft-free location on a solid bench that is free of vibrations. Some modern digital weighing scales have built-in calibration masses and temperature monitoring to maintain accuracy.
Analytical balances are ideally suited to laboratory environments and can feature pipette calibration, small animal weighing and density determination applications.
Analytical balances are often known for their accuracy and expense, but here you will find a balance to suit all budgets. We are proud to announce that we stock the Eclipse range from Adam Equipment.
Using an Analytical Balance
Analytical balances are high precision weighing scales for the most accurate weighing tasks, as a result, it is essential that your balance works optimally. Inscale offers a range of weighing scale accessories that can be used alongside your analytical balance to provide optimum weighing measurements.
Anti-Vibration Tables help stablilise the balance by decreasing vibrations from external sources, such as vehicles passing close by, or from a sudden breeze. Whilst density determination kits are used to weigh the mass of an object in the air, water and other liquids to determine the object's density.
The Quick and Easy Way to Assess Density in Laboratory Applications - Using analytical balances alongside a density kit.
Choosing an Analytical Balance - advice on how to choose an analytical balance to suit your needs
£1,925.00 (Ex.VAT)Max Capacity Range 120g to 120g
ABL semi-micro balances offer high-precision five-place weighing for advanced lab applications and feature an RS-232 interface and large graphic display. Suitable for advanced research, food testing and weighing pharmaceuticals in medical science laboratories.
Perfect for weighing very small quantities such pharmaceuticals, supplements and food samples.
RRP £1,325.00 (Excl.VAT)Max Capacity Range 100g to 250g
The Eclipse range of analytical balances from Adam Equipment. Ideal for high precision weighing applications in professional laboratory, medical and research environments.
Suitable for weighing chemicals and organic materials.
RRP £875.00 (Excl.VAT)Max Capacity Range 80g to 250g
Adam's Nimbus series of analytical balances deliver a full spectrum of precision readabilities, ranging from 0.1mg to 0.1g. Nimbus balance have a small footprint, intuitive controls and USB / RS-232 interfaces. Ideal for medical, university and science laboratory use.
RRP £795.00 (Excl.VAT)Max Capacity Range 102g to 252g
A&D's HR analytical balances are professional, user-friendly machines for precision weighing to 0.1mg readability. Compact, robust design by A&D with 4 years warranty:198 mm × 294 mm.
RRP £1,773.00 (Excl.VAT)Max Capacity Range 120g to 310g
GR analytical balances feature an internal automatic calibration function as well as an RS232 data output and data logging as standard. Also has unique ergonomic door design.
RRP £1,490.00 (Excl.VAT)Max Capacity Range 100g to 320g
The Kern ABT is a high-level analytical balance featuring a single weighing cell system and capacities of up to 320g x 0.0001g.
Suitable for use in science laboratory environments for weighing tiny samples and specimins to a high level of precision.
RRP £1,963.00 (Excl.VAT)Max Capacity Range 120g to 320g
The GH/HR-i series of analytical and semi-micro balances offer extra large weighing chambers with anti-static coated glass. All models have GLP compliant outputs with RS-232 as standard. The GH series also features automatic internal calibration together with date & time and data memory functionality.
Analytical Balances Help
Q: How accurate is an analytical balance?
A: The accuracy or precision of an analytical balance is model specific and will usually range from 0.1mg to 0.1g readability. Whilst this proves to be one of the most precise digital weighing scale types on the market, it is worth noting that as a rule, the pan size and capacity will be smaller in comparison to precision balances and other types of digital weighing scale. Due to its high precision, the analytical balance is a preferred option for lab based applications.