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| Guilty or Not Guilty, Justice is Served with XP205 Semi-Microbalance |
The independent Forensic Scientific Service (FND) of the State Police in St. Gallen, Switzerland conducts analytical and forensic tests with the aim of detecting proof of suspected crimes such as the illegal possession of drugs. As samples are generally available in powder form and in rather small quantities, an XP205 semi-microbalance was the customer’s solution to assist in their delicate weighing tasks.
| Filling a Solution for the Plastics Industry |
| Moisture determination - Keeping it together – the solution for better lime |
Providing the right analysis for chemical and moisture sensitive products requires the most accurate and effective analysers. RCI Lime (M) Sdn. Bhd. carefully examines every detail in delivering quality lime products to its clients.
| Preventing Downtime in a Harsh Salty Environment |
Salt can be very destructive, constantly eating away at metal surfaces. After seeing firsthand how salt can damage weighing equipment, a solar salt producer in New Mexico turned to METTLER TOLEDO for a truck scale that would stand up to the harsh environment at its plant.
| Speed and Accuracy in Automated Weighing Solutions |
In the urban center of Rochelle, France, sanitation and waste chain management is making every kilogram count. METTLER TOLEDO automated weighing systems technology gives them the speed and accuracy to maximize throughput.
| Better Weighing Skills Means Better Weighing Accuracy |
Optimizing Weighing Performance by Technical Specialist Ian Ciesniewski
| Unfold the blaze of colors with consistent color quality |
| Optimized Loads Reduce Fuel Use |
Sustainability in the world of heavy transport means getting the most out of every load. By utilizing the maximum legal capacity of each truck, companies can optimize their deliveries and reduce overall fuel consumption.
| Massive Scale Weighs Four Rail Cars Simultaneously |
To ensure the safety of its heavy rail transport, a mining operation in Australia needed more than a standard rail scale. For maximum efficiency, this special project required a scale that could weigh four rail cars at once.