Advanced Performance UniBloc Balances Announced
Oct 22 2018 Read 487 Times
Shimadzu Corporation’s new semi-micro balance ‘AP225W’, with a capacity of 220g and a minimum display of 0.01mg, showcases the latest advancements in Shimadzu’s 100-year history of providing balances. The AP225W features the innovative ‘AP Holder’ sample container holder, which enables direct sample dosing into various kinds of containers, a dramatically improved stabilisation time of approximately two seconds during trace measurements, a brilliant electrostatic solution with the built-in ‘STABLO-AP’ (option) ioniser for exceptional weighing accuracy, and ‘LabSolutions Balance’ a secured data management system.
Static electricity is a hidden threat in your lab that can negatively affect weighing accuracy and speed. The ‘STABLO-AP’ ioniser, specially designed for laboratory use, quickly eliminates static electricity to ensure precise, reliable weighing.
A new digital control system and improved ‘UniBloc’ one-piece force technology enables higher throughput by dramatically improving stabilisation time and reducing analysis time per sample.
Shimadzu’s LabSolutions software provides complete data management to keep your data safe and ensure compliance with various regulatory requirements.
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