Analytical or electronic scale? At Kalstein we bring you the best of both worlds

In the daily work of a laboratory, precision in results is one of the most important duties of its professionals. And that accuracy is achieved by a digital scale or laboratory from Kalstein’s digital scale, which is of quality and ensures the accuracy that every laboratory seeks.

The fact is that in these laboratories, research projects or tasks of such importance are carried out that false data can lead to the end result being ruined. And with it an important economic loss for the organization. No step can fail and the margin of error must be low or zero.

A digital laboratory scale ensures that conclusions, results and specific data can be obtained which can be of great help in research projects in the field of medicine, for example, among other sectors. Each of these needs 100% reliable results and that is why having a digital scale problem must be a priority.

Take a look of his analytical balance’s model from Kalstein, that has an electromagnetic sensor. In addition, it also has a LCD backlight display that makes the viewing of values a lot easier and clear. Moreover, it is operator friendly with direct weight and it directly reads the weighing results. This model is highly smart, making it the right suit for you. One of its most important features is that it increases and goes back to zero within the whole weighing scope. In addition, it has an overload display.

Another important feature you should know about this analytical balance is that it has a multi-choice mode that includes counting, percentage of weight and density weight. In addition, it comes with an RS-232C interface, which it is easy to connect with a printer, a computer and other output device. This model’s frame size is 325 mm x 205 mm x 305 mm and its weight is 8Kg. There are two versions of this analytical balance model. First, there is the YR01766 with a capacity of 120 g and then there is the YR01767 with a capacity of 220 g.