Analytical balance XPR series
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with LCD display
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220 g, 320 g (7.8 oz)


XPR Automatic Balance Setting New Standards with Automated Weighing Automated Weighing: Accurate and Down to 2 µg Readability The XPR Automatic Balance enables you to achieve a level of weighing accuracy unmatched by manual procedures. Extremely small sample quantities can be dispensed at 2 µg readability, ensuring expensive and rare substances are used economically. The automated approach saves time and delivers highly reproducible results, thanks to the minimized influence of external sources of error on the weighing process. You no longer need to spend large amounts of time diligently weighing out small samples. Simply enter the desired amount on your XPR Automatic Balance, and the precise amount is dispensed directly into your container in a fully automated process. Built-in sensors allow you dispense into even the smallest of tare containers, completely eliminating sample transfer and its associated errors. Choose automated weighing with the XPR Automatic Balance for accurate, efficient and highly reproducible weighing processes. Automated Weighing: Efficient and Safe The XPR Automatic Balance is incredibly easy to operate. Even without any training, laboratory technicians can deliver accurate and reproducible results in a safe and efficient manner. Fewer Errors and Less Rework Automated dispensing minimizes variability and produces highly reproducible results. Up to 50% of the out-of-specification errors can be eliminated, helping to avoid costly reworking.


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