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Spilled Samples no longer a Problem with New Weighing-pan

| Editor: Marc Platthaus

The new XPR Analytical balance redesigned to meet the needs of laboratory technicians of working fast and lean.
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The new XPR Analytical balance redesigned to meet the needs of laboratory technicians of working fast and lean. (Source: Mettler Toledo)

Today’s busy laboratories are under pressure to produce, and spilled materials are often an unwelcome show-stopper when weighing. Not anymore. With an new patented lattice weighing pan, laboratory workers keep working while maintaining the accuracy your process requires to enhance productivity and throughput.

The newly redesigned XPR Analytical balances from Mettler Toledo comes standard with both Smartgrid and Smartpan weighing-pan technology to help laboratory workers reach their throughput and accuracy goals at the same time.

These patented pans combined with XPR weighing excellence help to eliminate error from laboratory workflows. The Smartpan weighing pan significantly reduces the effects of air turbulence on the load cell to promote faster stabilization and accurate results, even when you work in a fume cupboard. Additionally, under normal conditions, small samples can be weighed without the tedious step of putting a draft shield in place.

Smartgrid, while also eliminating the effects of air currents, has the added ability to let any material spilled during the weigh-in process simply fall through the grid to the surface below. Excess material doesn’t have a chance to negatively affect weighing results. It helps to process more samples, and cleanup can be put off until a more appropriate time.

The combination of faster, stable results along with fewer process steps helps to ensure laboratory technicians to meet their goals of working fast and working lean.

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