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High Precision

High precision scales are tools or machines that are designed to perform very accurately. American Scale has bench and floor scale options with features like stainless steel weighing devices and explosion proof, LCD screened digital weight indicators. 

High-Quality Materials

Our high-precision scales are constructed from high-quality materials to ensure longevity and durability for long-term use.

Wide Range of Applications

Our high-precision scales can be used in a wide range of applications, including laboratory research, manufacturing, pharmaceuticals, and other industries requiring precise and accurate measurements.

High Precision FAQs

 A high precision scale is a type of scale that provides accurate and precise weight measurements. It is designed to measure small differences in weight and can provide readings with a high level of precision, usually up to 0.01 grams or less. High precision scales are commonly used in scientific research, laboratory settings, and other applications where precise measurements are required.

There are many reasons why you might need a high precision scale. For example, if you are working on a project that requires very precise measurements, or if you need to produce a product with very tight tolerances, then a high precision product can help you to achieve these goals. 

A high precision scale generally has a higher level of accuracy and can measure smaller increments of weight compared to a regular scale. For example, a high precision scale may be able to measure weight in increments of 0.001 grams, whereas a regular scale may only measure weight in increments of 0.1 grams. Additionally, high precision scales may have additional features such as calibration options and advanced weighing modes, making them more suitable for scientific or industrial applications.

A high precision scale is more accurate than a regular scale. The margin of error is usually very small. 

Precision scales and lab balances are often used in laboratories, for example, to allow pharmaceuticals and similar manufacturers to weigh down to the milligram. 

High precision scales work on the principle of load cells, which are sensors that measure the amount of force or weight placed on them. When weight is placed on the scale, the load cells are compressed, which changes the resistance of the strain gauges and produces an electrical signal. This signal is then sent to the scale’s microcontroller, which converts it into a weight measurement and displays it on the scale’s screen.

Yes, high precision scales are ideal for weighing small items due to their ability to measure weight in smaller increments. They are commonly used in scientific and industrial applications where precise measurements are required for small items such as chemicals, jewelry, and electronic components.

Yes, high precision scales can be used for commercial purposes. They are commonly used in industries such as pharmaceuticals, food and beverage, and jewelry, where precise weight measurements are critical for quality control and compliance with regulations. However, it’s important to ensure that the high precision scale meets the legal requirements for commercial use, such as having appropriate certifications and approvals from regulatory bodies. 

The response time of a high precision scale can vary depending on the specific model and its features. However, in general, high precision scales have a faster response time than regular scales due to their advanced technology and higher level of accuracy.

Yes, high precision scales are commonly used for scientific or laboratory purposes due to their high level of accuracy and ability to measure weight in small increments. They are often used in research laboratories, chemical laboratories, and other scientific settings where precise weight measurements are critical for experiments and analyses. 

What Our Customers Say

"He called, he came, he weighed, he left.  All is well!"
Bryan Nilson
Rebourne
"My experience with American Scale's technicians is and has been positive. They are here when I'm told they will be here, are always pleasant and willing to explain the problem, how and when they will fix it, etc. Overall satisfaction level is very good."
Mike Logsdon
Goodwill Industries
"The service from American Scale is always excellent - punctual and professional employees who perform their jobs very well. We are very satisfied with the entire American Scale organization."
Brian Gregory
Brown Forman Distilleries
"He called, he came, he weighed, he left.  All is well!"
Bryan Nilson
Rebourne
"My experience with American Scale's technicians is and has been positive. They are here when I'm told they will be here, are always pleasant and willing to explain the problem, how and when they will fix it, etc. Overall satisfaction level is very good."
Mike Logsdon
Goodwill Industries
"The service from American Scale is always excellent - punctual and professional employees who perform their jobs very well. We are very satisfied with the entire American Scale organization."
Brian Gregory
Brown Forman Distilleries

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