Electronic Balance Calibration Weights
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Can be used as a reference standard in calibrating other weights and is appropriate for calibrating high-precision analytical balances with a readability as low as 0.1 mg to 0.01 mg. Electronic Balance Weights can be used to check or verify the accuracy of your balance and/or scale between calibrations. It is recommended that the user check a balance and/or scale prior to each use. Keeping the weight at or near the balance and/or scale keeps the weight at the same temperature as the equipment. To get all the accuracy your electronic balance and/or scale provides, you need to perform routine calibrations and verifications using precision calibration weights. Troemner’s Electronic Balance Weights are intended for this purpose. Electronic Balance Weights are ideal for non chemical environments to verify balances or scales. Manufactured from stainless-steel chosen for its uniformity density, high resistance to wear and corrosion, and low magnetic properties. These individual stainless steel electronic balance masses are designed for calibration of electronic balances and routine weighing applications. The larger denomination electronic balance calibration weights (5 kg and up) have a recessed stainless steel grip handle for easy handling and stacking. Smaller denominations (2000 g and lower) are cylindrical in shape with the heavier of these having a groove near the top for easy gripping.>
NVLAP Accredited Certificate
Troemner's NVLAP Accredited Certificate provides compliance in both measurement process and data reported to the customer to meet a variety of standards including NVLAP Handbook 150-2, ISO/IEC 9000, ISO/IEC 17025, FDA, GMP. GLP, DOD, ANSI/NCSL Z540-1 and nuclear requirements. Troemner's NVLAP Laboratory Code is 105013-0. The NIST administered National Voluntary Laboratory Accreditation Program (NVLAP) approves, through periodic audits, all processing and weighing procedures, as well as certificate format and content. Calibration procedures vary by tolerance class requested. For example, for higher accuracy classes such as Troemner UltraClass Series, ANSI/ASTM E617 Class 000, 00, 0 and 1, OIML R 111 Class E0, E1, E2 and F1, Troemner performs a multiple weighing procedure utilizing standards to determine the mass of a customer's weight.
- • 316 Stainless Steel
- • Density: 7.95 g/cm3 at 20°C