About Mettler-Toledo

Leading global manufacturer of weighing instruments for use in laboratory, industrial and food retailing applications. Analytical instruments and automated chemistry systems are mainly used in laboratory, quality control and r&d processes. Main industries are chemical, pharmaceutical, plastics and food.

Facts about Mettler-Toledo
  • Founding: 1989
  • Focus : Manufacturer
  • Employees: 10,001+
  • Industry : Laboratory analysis / Laboratory measurement technology, Laboratory equipment / supplies, Process analytics / process measurement technology
Certifications
  • DIN EN ISO 9001
  • DIN EN ISO/IEC 17025

Product portfolio of Mettler-Toledo

Product portfolio

Halogen dryer
oxygen transmitters
sodium analyzers

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Particle analysis methods allow us to study tiny particles in various materials and reveal their properties. Whether in environmental monitoring, nanotechnology or the pharmaceutical industry, particle analysis gives us a glimpse into a hidden world where we can decipher the composition, size and shape of particles. Experience the fascinating world of particle analysis!

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Topic world Pipetting

Pipetting is one of the most basic yet critical techniques in the laboratory. It enables the precise and controlled transfer of liquids, which is essential for accurate measurements and reliable results. Whether in DNA analysis, cell culture or biochemical assays, correct pipetting significantly influences the quality of the results.

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Topic world Weighing

Precise weighing is critical in laboratory and industrial environments. From accurate dosing of chemicals for research experiments to mass production of products, precise weight determination is often the first and most critical step. Modern balances and weighing instruments are sophisticated, offer impressive precision and are resilient to external influences such as temperature and humidity.

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Precise weighing is critical in laboratory and industrial environments. From accurate dosing of chemicals for research experiments to mass production of products, precise weight determination is often the first and most critical step. Modern balances and weighing instruments are sophisticated, offer impressive precision and are resilient to external influences such as temperature and humidity.

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Topic world Sensor technology

Sensor technology has revolutionized the chemical industry by providing accurate, timely and reliable data across a wide range of processes. From monitoring critical parameters in production lines to early detection of potential malfunctions or hazards, sensors are the silent sentinels that ensure quality, efficiency and safety.

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Sensor technology has revolutionized the chemical industry by providing accurate, timely and reliable data across a wide range of processes. From monitoring critical parameters in production lines to early detection of potential malfunctions or hazards, sensors are the silent sentinels that ensure quality, efficiency and safety.