Bakers Journal

Entry-level balance from Mettler Toledo

October 6, 2015
By Bakers Journal

Mettler Toledo has launched an entry-level balance designed to meet essential needs, with a high-performance weighing cell, a large, intuitive 4.5-inch colour TFT screen, and three interface connections for data handling.

The ME-T balance is suited to day-to-day weighing in any lab or manufacturing environment where value for money has high priority, Mettler Toledo said in a press release.

Built-in applications and an intuitive user interface make the ME-T convenient and easy to use, even for untrained operators. The weighing-in guide and large color touchscreen with red and blue digits help users to dose to target and clearly indicate if sample weights are over or under tolerances. Results, including statistical evaluations, can be sent directly to a printer or transmitted wirelessly to a PC, eliminating transcription by hand and the potential for error that comes with it.

ME-T balances come standard with the Electromagnetic Force Compensation (EMFC) weighing cell and overload protection to ensure solid performance and reliable results. The built-in FACT technology automatically adjusts the balance following a change in ambient temperature, ensuring precision at all times and promoting confidence in results. This confidence is enhanced by attributes such as passcode protection, which ensures balance settings are not changed accidentally or by unauthorized personnel. Automatic sample ID assignment and the ability to record up to four IDs per sample not only save time and help improve productivity, but they also help ensure traceability so results-tracking meets applicable regulations.


In addition, ME-T balances offer a variety of connectivity options and are easy to clean. The company also sells accessories that help assure accuracy for less common weighing processes.

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