Collection: Lab Scales
Lab scales are specialized weighing instruments used in laboratory environments to measure the mass of substances with high accuracy and precision. These scales are designed to weigh small amounts of materials ranging from a few milligrams to several kilograms, depending on the specific application.
Lab scales typically use a variety of mechanisms to measure mass, including mechanical balances, spring scales, and electronic balances. The most commonly used lab scales today are electronic balances, which use an electronic sensor to measure the weight of an object placed on the weighing pan.
Lab scales come in various sizes, shapes, and capacities to meet the specific needs of different laboratory applications. They may also be equipped with additional features such as tare functions, automatic calibration, and data output capabilities to facilitate data recording and analysis.