The balance is the most commonly used weighing instrument in the laboratory. There are many types of balances, such as electronic analytical balances, precision balances, and micro balance. You need to choose them according to your weighing accuracy requirements.
Currently, electronic analytical balances are still the best choice for most laboratories. The electronic analytical balance has the features, such as automatic fault detection, external weights, automatic calibration, all linear four-point calibration, overload protection and so on. The electronic analytical balance uses an electromagnetic weighing sensor, so it has a very reliable guarantee of the accuracy of the measurement. LABO-HUB offers two different styles, touch screen type and touch-tone style for different customers. From the convenience of use, we recommend the FA-T series touch-type automatic internal calibration analytical balance.
Microbalance is the most accurate laboratory balances used in chemical laboratories to measure small amounts of powders and minerals. If your sample volume is small, we recommend that you use the ES-E series of semi-micro balances with a readability of 0.01 mg, especially for customers in the pharmaceutical industry who need accurate weighing.
The moisture analyzer we are talking about here, specifically, refers to the halogen moisture meter, which is equipped with the high-efficiency halogen lamp heating device on the precision electronic sensor to achieve the rapid determination of moisture. Most of these instruments are used to determine water content in grains, magnetic therapy, tobacco, food, tea, and grains.