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Industrial Analytical Instrumentation

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Balances and weighing machines

New Comparator balances ensure efficient
calibration processes and data security

Increased pressure on calibration laboratories to comply with industry regulations, such as United States Pharmacopeia (USP) Chapter 41 and Good Manufacturing Practice, have led to a growing demand for weight calibration. The XPE comparator balance line from METTLER TOLEDO provides users with advanced, intelligent features to make calibration processes efficient and error-free.

METTLER TOLEDO's ComparatorPacâ„¢ weight calibration package makes weight calibration simple and efficient, saving you up to 40% in processing time. With the opportunity to significantly reduce calibration lead times, you gain more capacity to increase your calibration business whilst maintaining process security at the highest level. In addition, the new version of their calibration software, MC Link 2, delivers a high level of process security and assists users to meet the highest quality assurance demands.

"The new line of comparator balances and enhanced calibration software provide simple calibration processes, efficient workflows, and reliable, traceable results," said Felix Mathis, Product Manager in METTLER TOLEDO's Metrology Group. "Supporting users to streamline their calibration processes, our new all-in-one calibration solution will enhance laboratory efficiency, reduce operational overheads, and therefore help to meet industry's calibration demands."

Worry-free calibration processes are assured thanks to intelligent features such as the new StatusLightâ„¢. The light, built-in to the front of the comparator terminal, uses color to indicate intuitively if it is safe to start calibrating. The new comparator balances are fully compatible with METTLER TOLEDO's innovative MC Link 2 calibration software which guarantees process efficiency and manages measurement uncertainty. Full traceability is assured thanks to flexible calibration process configuration, on-screen user guidance, automatic calculations and comprehensive data handling. Extensive uncertainty analysis and process control functionalities facilitate the highest process and data security whilst ensuring full compliance with regulations. All process information and calibration data is stored securely in a central database to fulfill the highest process security requirements. And, calibration certificates can be printed with just one click.

Further technological advancements, such as the newly developed graphical leveling guide, simplify daily tasks and help users improve the quality of their measurement results.

For more information on the new XPE comparator balances and MC Link 2 software, view website:

METTLER TOLEDO is a leading global manufacturer of precision instruments. The Company is the world's largest manufacturer and marketer of weighing instruments for use in laboratory, industrial and food retailing applications. The Company also holds top-three market positions in several related analytical instruments and is a leading provider of automated chemistry systems used in drug and chemical compound discovery and development. In addition, the Company is the world's largest manufacturer and marketer of metal detection systems used in production and packaging.

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