White Paper Which static industrial scale is the right one for your process?
The choice of the right static industrial scale is not easy in view of the broad selection: Our White Paper provides an overview of the important criteria for decision-making and provides the reader with the necessary information for purchasing industrial scales. Among other things, the document provides an overview of the following topics:
- Range of application of a balance
- Weighing range and scale size
- Important factors in the weighing environment
- Rules and regulations
Why external interferences must be taken into account when purchasing scales
The ambient conditions prevailing at the place of installation are often ignored when making the selection. However, they play a role that should not be underestimated. Each balance is a measuring instrument that is exposed to additional physical environmental effects in addition to the target weight (to determine a weight value), which can also influence the weighing results. The White Paper describes the interferences that play a role when buying a scale.
Which regulations and rules are important for industrial scales?
In many industries, specific requirements apply that should or in some cases must be met by weighing instruments, or even should be met. For example, the IECEx, FM and ATEXT device guidelines are important for hazardous areas. In the food sector, on the other hand, hygienic design plays an important role in ensuring that components and production parts are designed in a hygienic manner. The White Paper provides an overview of the most important information on international regulations and calibration.
What content does the White Paper contain in detail?
In the White Paper "10 Criteria for Selecting a Static Industrial Scale", the reader is given a comprehensive overview of what needs to be considered when purchasing a scale. The document also contains a checklist to help focus the requirements profile.