Throughout the industry, there are common misconceptions regarding the selection and use of weighing equipment, as well as incorrect testing programs for periodic performance verification. Driven by scientific principles, METTLER TOLEDO has developed Good Weighing Practice (GWP), a risk-based weighing guideline dealing with the entire life cycle of a balance. GWP provides sound answers to the user's concerns regarding establishing and maintaining sustainable quality of weighing processes.
|Good Weighing Practice (GWP) Webinar Preview Part 2 Routine Testing of Weighing Systems Video|
Language: English , German , French , Chinese (simplified)
The second part of the webinar deals with the test methods to establish systematic, thorough and useful verification of the balance's performance throughout the whole life of the instrument. Questions as how, how often, with which weights and according to which tolerances should the balance be tested, are answered. It is shown that testing depends on two important parameters, on the weighing accuracy and the risk associated with incorrect weighings. The different roles and responsibilities of calibration provided by the service technician, routine testing with test weights performed by the user, and built-in safety features as automatic adjustment are detailed, and the methodology of customized recommendations based on an integral test strategy is explained.
Target audience: QA and QC managers, compliance managers, laboratory and production managers and balance responsible persons.
Presenter: Dr. Klaus Fritsch, Manager Compliance at METTLER TOLEDO.
Duration: 1 hour.
Technical requirements: This webinar will be streamed online.