What is Weighing Accuracy and Proper Weighing Terminology?
Seminar

What is Weighing Accuracy and Proper Weighing Terminology?

Improve Your Weighing Program and Process Efficiency

Program Overview

  • What does weighing precision mean?
  • How do you define measurement uncertainty?
  • How do you ensure process tolerances are met?
  • How do you select the right scale for your purpose?
  • Summary and Resources

Accurate weighing is vital for filling control, net content control, legal for trade applications and measuring small quantities. 

Learn how metrological accuracy assures process accuracy and remove ambiguity from the weighing terms such as: resolution, division size, readability, accuracy and precision. Are they all the same? All different?

Join us and use the information to immediately improve your weighing program and your process efficiency.

Speakers

Dave Cirullo

Dave Cirullo

METTLER TOLEDO, Industrial Weighing Key Account Manager

Dave has been with Mettler Toledo for 28 years, including 18 years as a service technician/service manager. After his time spent within METTLER TOLEDO's service division, Dave spent 6 years as the Global Good Weighing Practice (GWP) Service Consultant and he is now the Industrial Weighing Key Account Manager in the US. He has been extensively trained on weighing chapters <41> and <1251> of the USP/NF and EP 2.1.7. and his knowledge of calibration and weighing quality management has created dozens of partnerships between METTLER TOLEDO and our clients to assure their weighing quality programs are risk-based and scientifically sound.

Doug Dodridge

Doug Dodridge

METTLER TOLEDO, Acquisition Support and Business Development Manager

Doug is the North American Acquisition Support and Business Development Manager for the Industrial Division. During his five years with METTLER TOLEDO, Doug has focused on helping customers optimize their weighing processes through fit for purpose equipment recommendations and in plant verifications.