Over the years, microscopes have evolved from being magnifying glasses (then also called ‘flea glasses’ as they were mostly used to look at tiny bugs) to becoming complex equipment with adjustable powers. Today, they are one of the most commonly used apparatus in laboratories. Where can they be used?
Analytical balances have become one of the most important pieces of scientific equipment within the laboratory or research space. By allowing weights to be determined to an incredible accuracy, of 0.1 mg or better, they have opened up many options for scientists and researchers, enabling experiments and tests that were […]
Balance Tables use for analytical purposes for highly accurate weighing samples within the laboratory environment. They are incredibly important in a wide range of industries and applications and can be highly specialised. As such, any lab manager choosing a new analytical balance table must do so wisely. There are many […]
In the pharmaceutical industry, accurate measurement of chemicals used in the advanced development of new and better drugs for humans has become absolutely the highest vital function. Measurements in tiny increments, in micrograms, may be necessary to enable chemists to research components found in nature that otherwise would be impossible […]
Analytical balances are also called ‘lab balances’ and are used for weight measurement in the milligram range. Needless to say, the sample size is extremely small and needs to be handled with extreme care to get good results. A small shake or vibration can cause spillage of the sample or […]