The Unknown Sources of Error in the Weighing Process

Mettler-Toledo GmbH

What can go wrong when weighting a sample in a typical GxP regulated or a food and beverage laboratory? This white paper looks at potential sources of error that could occur when weighing a sample and how to avoid them by improving the business process. In taking these approaches a laboratory can eliminate sources of error to improve data integrity and quality whilst at the same time gaining business efficiency. In addition, elimination of errors means that out-of-specification (OOS) results are reduced meaning that fewer laboratory investigations are necessary.

This white paper looks at potential sources of error that could occur when weighing a sample and how to avoid them by improving the business process or workflow.

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The Unknown Sources of Error in the Weighing Process

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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 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.

5+ products
35+ whitepaper
5 brochures