In pharmacies, accurate weights are critical in order to produce a high-quality end product. In this week’s blog, we talk about the weighing practices that every pharmaceutical company should implement. 1. Choosing the correct weighing equipment In a pharmaceutical or laboratory setting, there is no room for error in weighing. Precise weights of very small

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Recording body weight is a standard practice for hospital admissions. You can remove barriers to performing this task by implementing a weighing system that is fast, simple and effective. Recording body weight is a critical function within a hospital, often required in emergency departments, intensive care, medical and surgical wards. However, recent studies have found

When it comes to weighing in health, accuracy and precision are a must. We have put together a comprehensive guide on weighing equipment maintenance in the health sector. For hospitals, pharmacies and health providers, accurate weighing is paramount to the health and wellbeing of patients. From neonatal scales to dialysis scales, precise and accurate weight

How software can customise your weighbridge to suit your needs. Weighing software allows businesses to get the most out of their weighbridges, turning them from simple scales into fully customised management systems. When it comes to weighing software, the sky is the limit. Software can be created for any purpose – from simple ticketing software

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Weighing up the pros and cons of a weighing in-motion axle weighbridge   In transport and logistics, timing and efficiency are of vital importance. This need for efficiency must be balanced with accurate weight readings for compliancy purposes. For this reason, Australasia Scales provide and install the Weighing In-Motion (WIM) axle weighbridge. This innovative technology