Balances Are Now NTEP Approved
Nov 09 2006 Read 1546 Times
The National Type Evaluation Program (NTEP) evaluates commercial measuring devices to ensure their compliance with national and international requirements. Areas evaluated by NTEP include design, features, operating characteristics and overall metrological performance. This recognition by NTEP further underscores the reliability of the Explorer Pro series most important to any application that requires precise weighing and measurement. Explorer Pro approved balances can be used in legal for trade environments such as jewelry shops and pharmacies.
Explorer Pro balances combine a host of capabilities with an incredibly intuitive man/machine interface that takes the performance of both the balance and its user to the highest possible level. Equipped with numerous features including seven application modes, a large backlit dot matrix display, five operating languages including English, Spanish, French, German and Italian as well as an optional AutoCalTM feature, Explorer Pro is designed to make an immediate and lasting impact on the weighing game.
Explorer Pro analytical balances are available in capacities and readabilities ranging from 62g x 0.1mg to 210g x 0.1mg. Explorer Pro Precision models range from 210g x 0.001g to 8100g x 0.1g. Every Explorer Pro features seven built in application modes including weighing, parts counting, percent weighing, check weighing, filling and gross/net/tare.
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