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Werum IT Solutions GmbH, Germany

Werum Software & Systems AG is the world's leading supplier of Manufacturing IT / Manufacturing Execution Systems (MES) for the pharmaceutical and biotechnology industries. PAS-X is in use at 16 of the top 30 pharmaceutical and biotechnology companies in more than 600 installations on all continents more

RADWAG, Poland

RADWAG is the biggest manufacturer of electronic weighing equipment in Poland and one of the biggests in EU. RADWAG manufactures and offers wide range of modern electronic balances, industrial and medical scales, weightbridges and checkweighers.RADWAG has introduced and documented system of quality more

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High-performance precision balances for everyday use in laboratories & industry - robust and intelligently designed.

Milligram-precise weighing of small samples ✓ Routine weighing in the kg range ✓ Optional IR sensors ✓ Convenient data transfer ✓ more

Ideal Weighing Routine with Convenient Operation and High Precision

The combination of reliable weighing performance and ergonomic operation makes the XSR analytical balances for the strong routinier, even under harsh conditions under the fume hood more

Analytical balances with outstanding weighing performance, as easy to use as a smartphone

Can be operated intuitively like a smartphone ✓ Performance meets ease of use ✓ Space-saving design ✓ Maximum data integrity & traceability more

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  • 12 Months of Better Results from Mettler Toledo

    Mettler Toledo presents a special offer for 2016 - a limited-edition, full-color lab calendar. More than a way to track days and dates, this 12-month calendar will provide a series of enlightening topics devoted to ensuring weighing accuracy in all critical lab processes. Using calendar pages offers more

  • Measuring the mass of molecules on the nano-scale

    Working with a device that slightly resembles a microscopically tiny tuning fork, researchers at the University of Tsukuba in Japan have recently developed coupled microcantilevers that can make mass measurements on the order of nanograms with only a 1 percent margin of error - potentially enabling more

  • Sartorius to Sell Its Industrial Technologies Division to Minebea Co., Ltd.

    Sartorius is selling its Industrial Technologies Division (Intec) to the Japanese Minebea Co., Ltd. (Minebea) and their partner, the Development Bank of Japan Inc. The respective contract was signed today. The sales price will be determined as a multiple of the Intec division’s 2014 operating profit more

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XA.4Y.A.PLUS Analytical Balance Precision,Accuracy, Repeatability

Innovative solutions applied in SYNERGY LAB analytical balances guarantee extraordinary precision of top-class measuring equipment. The Best Possible Repeatability and USP Regulations Conformity The best weighing accuracy and repeatability – with sd ≤ 1d combined with USP regulations conformity (Se more

The New Generation of Modular Premium Balances

Key Benefits of the Cubis II include: Customizable modularity Choose from among 45 weighing modules, two modern user interfaces, several draft shields, and more than 60 software application for thousands of different possible configurations Choose from our adaptable, preconfigured software packages more

Weighing the right way - reliable results at the touch of a key

The balances are equipped with modern safety functions that guarantee reliable results. User guidance, an intuitive graphical user interface and integrated applications make weighing easy. Moreover, operation does not require any explicit instruction. Thanks to intelligent design features, the balan more

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q&more articles Weighing

  • “Game over” for the Paris kilogram

    For about 200 years, any mass given in kilograms, grams and micrograms referred to a defined artifact accessible in only a single location on earth. A small metal cylinder had represented one kilogram since the metric system was introduced in France. Its successor became world famous as the “International Prototype of the Kilogram” (IPK). more

  • The Right Weight*

    Every scientist studying at university was confronted in chemical practicals with the problem of dissolving a given powdered substance in a given solution and producing a solution with the prescribed ­concentration. The first step was to weigh. Armed with a spatula and a small sheet of weighing paper, a fixed amount of the substance was weighed on usually outdated laboratory scales and then transferred (as completely as possible) from the paper to a graduated flask, which was then filled up with solvent up to the calibration mark and stirred well. more

  • A turning point

    The pressure is on to do more with less. Whether this applies to increased workload with lower headcount or more analytical tests with less milligrams of sample, how can today’s pharmaceutical and biopharmaceutical companies make ends meet? more

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Authors Weighing

  • Dr. Joanne Ratcliff

    Joanne Ratcliff is Communications Project Manager for Laboratory Weighing at Mettler Toledo. With a PhD in Analytical Chemistry and 17 years at Mettler Toledo, she has extensive experience in applying automated weighing, powder dispensing and sample preparation solutions to laboratory applications i more

  • Daniel W. Fuchs

    Daniel Fuchs, born in 1969, studied Services Marketing and Management (MAS SMM) at the University of Lucerne and holds degrees in Product and Service Marketing of the Swiss Federal government. At the Zurich University of Applied Sciences he gained the certification of Lean Manager Service for the ar more

  • Dr. Klaus Fritsch

    Klaus Fritsch is Manager Compliance of the Global Business Area “Laboratory Weighing” within Mettler-Toledo. He has been with Mettler-Toledo since 2005, acting as senior metrologist and consulting the industry to achieve compliance with applicable regulations when using weighing instruments. He rece more

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