Explore the Analytical Balances

Highly precise laboratory balances for measuring mass, typically designed with an enclosed measuring pan to avoid the influences of dust and air currents; may include vibration resistance, data transfer, automation, and capacity range options.

Why Analytical Balance?

Analytical balances are the most used balances in a laboratory. They have a maximum weighing capacity between 60 g and 520 g, coming with a readability of 0.1 mg they are commonly used for weighing small samples. Sometimes lab balances with a readability of 0.01 mg or 10 µg are also called analytical balances. To meet the requirements of your specific application, specially designed weighing pans, sample holders, and software applications are available to simplify your weighing processes and lab workflows.

Analytical Balance vs Precision Balance

An analytical balance is more accurate than a precision balance. An analytical balance comes with a readability of 0.1 mg or 0.0001 g, whereas a precision balance typically has readability of ≥1 mg or ≥0.001 g. So an analytical balance has at least a 10-times higher readability compared to a precision balance.


Choose Your Weighing Balance based on your application :

Sartorius Analytical weighing modules accuracy are not compromised 

Regardless of your choice of software options or user interface. we offer you high level precision, achieving best MinWeight of 82 mg according to USP Ch 41 Requirement. 

Cubis® II Analytical Balance

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Secura® Analytical Balance

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Quintix® Analytical Balance

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Practum® Analytical Balance

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Entris® II Essential Line Analytical Balance

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Entris® II Advanced Line Analytical Balance

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