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Accurate weighing results

GWP® (Good Weighing Practice™) Life Cycle Management – 5 steps that support the Lean principles perfectly

Marianne Portmann

A Lean Laboratory focuses on testing products and materials to deliver results in the most efficient way in terms of cost and speed. An accurate result for the customer is a pre-requisite. However, to guarantee accuracy of a weighing device over time requires using the correct balance as well as calibration and routine testing.

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