Weighing Excellence Wherever You Need It: The New, Smaller Footprint of XPR Analytical Balances from Mettler-Toledo
Nov 08 2019 Read 324 Times
Today’s busy laboratories are often short on space. The new XPR Analytical balance is the smallest in its class, giving you the room you need to optimise your workflow, enhance productivity and complete your analyses without compromising accuracy.
Mettler-Toledo is pleased to support your needs for an accurate, intuitive weighing experience with a new XPR Analytical balance that is a full 15 percent smaller than its predecessor, making it the smallest weighing device in its class.
Covering an area the size of a piece of A4 stationery, the smaller footprint of the XPR Analytical balance helps you to ensure that the space in your lab is being used to its fullest. With the extra room created by the smaller footprint, users are able to track and prepare samples more easily or even add additional equipment.
The smaller size also means that the XPR Analytical balance can be placed at the point in an analytical process where it makes the most sense. This ability to significantly reduce operator movement and optimise processes can help you reach both your productivity and ergonomic goals.
The inclusion of state-of-the-art Active Temperature Control helps the XPR Analytical balance maintain its pristine accuracy and eliminates the need for an external power supply. This elimination of the external supply allows you to conserve even more bench space while maintaining the highest level of weighing accuracy.
See for yourself the difference a well-designed weighing instrument can make in both operator comfort and laboratory throughput. Check out the new XPR Analytical balance from Mettler-Toledo or request a quote today.
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