Views: 0 Author: Annis from Saintbond company Publish Time: 2022-07-14 Origin: www.cranescaleloadcell.com
How to ensure that the standard weight test is not too frequent or insufficient?
I believe that everyone will have experiment classes when they are young, especially in chemistry experiments. We will all use balances. We use standard weights to weigh the objects on the other side of the balance to carry out the next step of the experiment. Then, when using balances and standard weights in the laboratory, how to ensure that the standard weight tests are not too frequent or insufficient?
It may take a lot of time and energy to perform daily tests on a laboratory balance at multiple points within the operating range, and may not even provide any meaningful measurement information.
It is recommended that the frequency of daily testing of any standard weight depends on the risks and consequences of inaccurate results to the business and/or the health risks and the ability to trace errors.
The risk of inaccurate results can be assessed by answering the following questions:
Business impact: the impact of incorrect or inaccurate weighing results on the business process. Consider material and time loss, overruns, rework, suspension of production, fines, product recalls, customer dissatisfaction, loss of reputation, etc.
Impact on consumers: The impact of incorrect or inaccurate weighing results on people, animals or the environment.
Detection probability: Is there an opportunity to detect incorrect or inaccurate weighing results immediately and easily?