When it comes to scales and balances, stainless steel is a very common material for weighing pans and housings. Why stainless steel? Is stainless steel better than the alternatives?
Physics is the branch of science centered around the nature and properties of matter and energy: essentially, the study of everything in physical existence from subatomic particles to the universe itself. One of those properties is mass. In this blog post, we’ll look at how balances can be used in physics labs and classrooms.
Have you ever noticed that blue is often used in food production environments for things like plasters and gloves? There’s a very good reason for that – and it’s why you’ll find Adam Equipment scales have blue feet, too. In this blog post, we’ll take a look at this and some of the other advantages of using Adam scales for weighing food safely in food production environments.
Rechargeable batteries have become much more important, with demand likely to surge for decades to come. For battery manufacturing, scales may not be the first piece of equipment that comes to mind, but they play a crucial role in the process. In this blog, we’ll look at two of the most common rechargeable battery types, how they’re manufactured and where scales come into play during that process.
Quality control is an essential part of maintaining data integrity and that includes keeping your lab balance in proper working order. Accurate weighing results are critical in research and manufacturing. In some applications, inaccurate weighing results could compromise not only data, but also become a safety risk.
Platform scales can be found nearly anywhere: factories, shipping and receiving departments, mailrooms, warehouses and loading docks use them to weigh large, bulky or oversized items, including boxes, shipping crates, pallets, barrels, drums and luggage. In this post, we’ll walk you through one of the harder questions you may have to ask yourself: how do I choose the right platform scale?