PSW Professional Weighing Table from Radwag
A professional weighing table is designed to cooperate with microbalances, analytical balances and it is sucessfully used as a stand for pipettes calibration. While designing the weighing table, Radwag paid special attention to ergonomic, quick and comfortable operation. The external structure of the professional weighing table contains a separate built-in anti-vibration table equipped with a stone top. The design ensures eliminating possible vibrations and significantly shortens stabilization time of a measuring process. The professional weighing table ensures unprecedented comfort and ergonomics of use.
The professional weighing table comprises two elements: a table with lockers, and an anti-vibration table with a stone top. The table comprises a base section, made in painted HPL technology, featuring two lockers and a sliding shelf for computer, mouse and keyboard installation. The weighing table provides area for uninterruptible placing of a power supply UPS or a power strip. The rear part of the countertop features a platform for placing a LCD display. The anti-vibration table is made of powder coated mild steel. The stone top is a granite plate with dimensions 410×270×115 mm. Total dimensions of the professional weighing table with a platform for a LCD display: 1100×750×1070
Weighing table may be equipped with:
Area of Use
Main applications for the professional weighing table:
- Pipettes calibration stand;
- Laboratory stand for microbalances;
- Laboratory stand for analytical balances.
- MYA 4Y Microbalances
- MYA 4Y.F Microbalances
- AS 3Y Analytical Balances
- AS R2 Analytical Balances
- AS X2 Analytical Balances
- XA 4Y.F Analytical Balances
- PS 3Y Presicion Balances
- APM C32 Presicion Balances
- XA 4Y Analytical Balances
- XA 4Y.A Analytical Balances
- APM C32 Analytical Balances
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