A microbalance is a tool used in laboratories and in scientific research with the capacity to make accurate measurements of the weight of very small objects, with a resolution in the order of a millionth of a gram.
Ultra micro balance
An ultra micro balance is designed to weigh extremely small substances or objects in the millionth of a gram. In comparison, an analytical balance is a hundred times less sensitive. They require anti-vibration equipment and an entirely controlled environment to perform properly.
A precision balance, sometimes referred to as a top-loading balance in the weighing industry, is a balance designed to provide highly precise results of a weighing. Precision balances typically measure to the nearest 0.001-1 g and tend to have a higher capacity than analytical balances.
Analytical balances are an extremely accurate laboratory balance created to precisely measure the mass of an object. Offering a readability up to 0.00001 grams (0.01 mg), analytical balances are frequently used in laboratories. Providing such accurate measurement means that the balance is highly sensitive.
A moisture analyzer determines the moisture content of a sample. There are several types of moisture content (Mc) instruments. Traditional moisture analyzers use the loss loss on drying method and are often referred to as moisture balance or moisture meter.
The standard unit of mass is kilogram and in short it is written as kg. It is used to measure the mass of heavy objects such as bags of grain, stones, etc. The smaller unit of mass is gram and in short it is written as g. It is used to measure the mass of lighter objects.