A Beamex Blog POST
Weighing instruments are widely used in industries for various measurements and as with any measurement instruments, they should also be calibrated regularly to assure that they are measuring correctly and accurately. Especially since many weighing instruments are used for legal measurements or measurements used as basis for monetary transfer.
A proper metrologically traceable calibration is the only way to know how accurately weighing instruments are measuring. In this blog post we take a look at the practical considerations and the different tests you should perform when calibrating your weighing instruments.
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