a guide to test weights

A Guide To Test Weights

Test weights are generally used for routine testing by the user of scales and balances outside of an external calibration regime (which is carried out on an annual basis by authorised service technicians such as Northern Balance)

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avoid inaccurate weighing

Don’t harm your operations with inaccurate weighing

Inaccurate weighing can be detrimental to quality, efficiency and at worst, result in recalls and non-compliance investigations. With the risk of such detrimental effects, can you afford for weighing deviations and errors to occur?

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Case Study: Density Determination with the Ohaus Adventurer Balance

Case Study: Density Determination with the Ohaus Adventurer Balance

Density is a characteristic property of a substance. Each substance has a density that differs from the densities of other substances. A rock with a high density is “heavy”, and will always sink in water, which has a lower density.

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Weighing A Kilogram – For The Masses

Weighing A Kilogram – For The Masses

It’s not often I tell people ‘this is an interesting fact about metrology’ without being laughed at.  Well, November 2018 saw that change. On 16th November 2018, the International Bureau of Weights and Measures

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