Results you can trust: Minimum weight and measurement uncertainty
26 Jul 2022
Balances are very precise testing and measuring equipment. However, weighing results can be influenced by many internal and external factors, and the question of the reliability and trustworthiness of acquired values remains. The concepts of measuring uncertainty and minimum weight help to answer this question.
Join this webinar to learn how to obtain reliable and consistent weighing results, considering the theory of measurement uncertainty as suggested by the EURAMET Calibration Guideline No. 18 (cg-18). Further, the concept of a minimum sample weight will be explained in general as well as according to the cg-18, USP Chapter 41, and the recommendation OIML R76.
Key learning objectives
- Understand the measurement uncertainty concept
- Explore and learn the different minimum sample weight concepts
- Ensure compliance by determining balance software functions
Who should attend?
- Lab managers
- Quality managers
- Staff scientists
- Lab supervisors
- Department heads
- Research scientists
Certificate of attendance
All webinar participants can request a certificate of attendance, including a learning outcomes summary, for continuing education purposes.