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Don't let static charges disrupt your weighing accuracy

Electrostatic Charges During Weighing

13-Oct-2018

Understanding what causes electrostatic charges during weighing, and how to avoid or eliminate them, is critical to avoiding disruption to weighing processes.

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12 Free Tips Help Keep Test Weights Accurate

05-Apr-2017

How you handle test weights can make a big difference in their accuracy. The reference article contains 12 important cleaning and storage suggestions.

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An Unseen Force May Be Disrupting Your Weighing: Learn 13 Ways to Stop It

21-Sep-2016

Built-up electrostatic charges can change how a balance registers weight—and the effect can be particularly damaging when working with powdered substances.

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