Cal-Kit Precision Weights from 1 mg to 500 mg in OIML E1-E2-F1-F2 and M1 accuracy classes.
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MARUTI Weightech Pvt. Ltd. offers manufacturing of standard weights in the range of 1 mg to 2000 kg in various accuracy class as per OIML standards. Furthermore, Maruti Weightech Pvt. Ltd. - NABL (ISO 17025) Accredited calibration laboratory offers calibration of standard weights and weighing balances from 1 mg to 2000 kg. MARUTI Weightech Pvt. Ltd. is gujarat's only NABL Accredited calibration laboratory covering such a huge scope for standard weights and weighing balance calibration under NABL Scope.
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How to select correct weight for your routine balance calibration process?
Definitions – Mass Metrology Tolerance: The maximum amount by which the conventional mass of the weight is allowed to deviate from the assigned nominal value. Also defined as Maximum Permissible Error. Correction: The difference between the actual value of the mass and the assigned nominal value. Also defined as Error. If the correction on your weight Read more about Mass Standards – Terminology[…]
Weights Selection of Important factor for routine balance calibration. Selection of weights by using the Application Load of Weighing Balance. Determine at what load the balance will be used. Determine what accuracy is required for the application. Be sure that the weighing equipment can satisfy the measurement accuracy requirements. The tolerance for the weight should Read more about Weight Selection – Using Application Load[…]
Selecting Calibration Weights plays important role in routine weighing applications as used of standard weights helps to reduce the weighing errors. Selecting the proper calibration weight by using the Accuracy/Readability of Electronic Weighing Balance. Refer to the balance operating manual to determine the calibration load. If the calibration load cannot be determined through documentation, contact Read more about Weight Selection – Using Readability of Balance[…]
What is Calibration? The formal definition of calibration by the International Bureau of Weights and Measures is the following: “Operation that, under specified conditions, in a first step, establishes a relation between the quantity values with measurement uncertainties provided by measurement standards and corresponding indications with associated measurement uncertainties (of the calibrated instrument or secondary Read more about Calibration[…]