This METTLER TOLEDO paper discusses the cause of electrostatic charges and how they affect samples and weighing vessels.
Greifensee, Switzerland (PRWEB) May 01, 2017
Electrostatic charges have the capacity to alter weighing results by as much as a few hundred milligrams. However, on a day-to-day basis in the lab, the interplay of static between an object and weighing cell can be hard to recognize. Without knowing it, an operator can produce solutions with inaccurate concentrations. Poor processing hurts the accuracy of downstream processes.
As part of the lab equipment leader’s year-long e-Calendar, “13 Ways to Eliminate Electrostatic Forces that Disrupt Weighing” will be available for download during the month of May. This METTLER TOLEDO paper discusses the cause of electrostatic charges and how they affect samples and weighing vessels. It also offers no- and low-cost fixes to help lab and production operators avoid out-of-specification results.
Presented strategies either keep static from starting or help it to dissipate and include technological solutions that permanently eliminate the possibility of static in the weighing workflow. It will be helpful to anyone working in a lab or production environment, particularly pharma and chemical labs where small amounts of powdery substances are weighed on a regular basis.
To avoid or eliminate static buildup and keep weighing results accurate, download “13 Ways to Eliminate Electrostatic Forces that Disrupt Weighing” in May.
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METTLER TOLEDO is a leading global manufacturer of precision instruments. The Company is the world’s largest manufacturer and marketer of weighing instruments for use in laboratory, industrial and food retailing applications. The Company also holds top-three market positions for several related analytical instruments and is a leading provider of automated chemistry systems used in drug and chemical compound discovery and development. In addition, the Company is the world’s largest manufacturer and marketer of metal detection systems used in production and packaging. Additional information about METTLER TOLEDO can be found at http://www.mt.com.