If you wonder how the Entris 2 scale’s totalization feature works, you’ve come to the right place. The Entris 2 scale is an excellent piece of equipment that every lab owner should consider purchasing and using for accurate and precise measurements. These lab balances are equipped to meet the highest reliability, speed, compliance, and safety standards. Learn about the Entris 2 totalization feature and how it functions!
How the Totalizing Process Works
First, select the application for “totalizing” on the scale. This will take you to the weighing screen, where you can choose “total” once again and application. Now place your beaker on the weighing pan, then tap the balance, and place your first sample into the beaker. Then, you can confirm it and remove the first beaker.
Once this is done, place your second beaker onto the scale, tare the balance, and place the second sample into the beaker. Then, confirm your second sample, remove the second beaker, and check the totalization result on the screen. You would follow these same steps for the third beaker of what you’re trying to measure. Then, toggle between total weight, number of samples, and net weight. Then, exit the application, receive your printout of data, and finish the weighing process. You will then have the desired results as accurately and honestly as possible.
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