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Tips from the Cal Lab – Point of Use to Save Time

Point of Use to Save Time Morehouse 10 MN UCM Have you ever noticed a technician running around your facility asking, “Does anyone have a 5/32-inch Allen wrench?” Well, if you are reading this and you are not in the United States, Liberia, or Burma, the 5/32-inch may not make much sense. Didn’t the US […]

Single Measurement Bliss (Only 1 Measurement)

Morehouse is proud to present Single Measurement Bliss! by Dilip Shah When you make the first measurement, everything looks fine. It is when you make a second, repeated measurement and it is different from the first measurement that doubt begins to arise. Which one is the correct measurement? Then, you take a third measurement, and […]

Unbolting Load Cells May Not Produce Repeatable Calibration Results

Unbolting Load Cells May Not Produce Repeatable Calibration Results Unbolting Load Cells might be common practice, though the errors associated with this practice can be quite high. This article discusses ways to minimize these errors regarding unbolting load cells. Bolting a Load Cell Thread Class and Torque Applied • Morehouse recommends bolting a load cell to […]

How to Convert Weights to Force Standards

How to Convert Weights to Force Standards The mass of a body relates to the amount of material it contains. Forces are defined by Newton's second law of motion as expressed in the equation: F = ma Since it is impractical to make an accurate determination of force directly from this equation - at least as a […]
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