Eliminating Electrostatic Influences
Stop Static Before It Stops You!
Did you know that the accumulation of surface ions—known as electrostatic charges—can disrupt weighing and skew your results? In rare cases, it can produce inaccuracies of up to 100 mg. These kinds of errors can be especially troubling when dosing small amounts of powdered substances.
Learn to Keep Your Weighing Accurate
Download the paper “13 Ways to Eliminate the Electrostatic Forces That Disrupt Weighing” to learn easy changes you can make in your lab right now to stop static before it starts as well as innovative technology that eliminates it once it occurs.
In “13 Ways to Eliminate the Electrostatic Forces That Disrupt Weighing” you will learn:
- what causes electrostatic charges
- how these charges affect samples and weighing vessels
- how you can avoid creating static charges, and
- solutions that eliminate existing charges.
Armed with this practical knowledge, you will be able to rest assured that your weighing results are not being negatively affected by static.