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METTLER TOLEDO: Weighing Verification Service

July 8, 2011
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A new service from this company can reportedly improve manufacturing and lower quality control costs. GWP® verification can provide better weighing results, lowered equipment testing expenses, and enhanced final product consistency through the systematic assessment and benchmarking of balance performance.

The verification assesses the performance of weighing equipment to ensure accuracy. A one-time investment in preventive maintenance can lower quality control costs and improves balance performance year after year. This assessment can ensure better weighing, which enhances final product consistency, brand reputation and sales.

Using a fit gap analysis, a customer’s balance performance is measured against accuracy requirements and the standards of the balance’s original equipment manufacturer. Current quality management efforts and balance testing regimens are then reviewed. The verification service can uncover whether a customer’s current tests and testing schedule can ensure accuracy by assessing current performance vs. ideal operating standards.

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