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Why Choose Our Analytical Balances?

Our analytical balance models are both flexible and practical, ideal for use in industrial, laboratory, educational, and healthcare settings. With advanced technology and innovative solutions, you'll benefit from fast stabilization time, reverse backlit LCD display, overload protection, easily adaptability and connectivity, and password protection against unintentional changes.

The analytical balances listed here on this page come with a draft shield or weighing chamber to prevent the very small samples from being affected by air currents. In addition, they are meant to detect very fine increments, so the slightest vibrations or breeze can easily impact the results.

Precision and accuracy is absolutely crucial when it comes to analytical balances. To counteract vibrations, you should use them in a dedicated room with as few disturbances as possible. Additionally, you'll need to calibrate frequently to ensure best results. Most balances have both automatic internal motorized calibration and calibration with external weights. When it comes to precision and accuracy in measuring mass, look no further than our online inventory of analytical balances. If you're not seeing what you're looking for on this page, please visit our main scales and balances category.

Shop Analytical Scales by Capacity

When it comes to capacity, some of our most popular analytical scale options include the 320g capacity, the 220g capacity, and the 120g capacity. Our website features a capacity filter in the left column, which enables you to browse according to your capacity requirements.

Browse and filter our online store to see all capacity options.

Shop Analytical Scales by Range/Resolution

You may be searching for an analytical balance by range. Some of our most popular options include our 0.001g resolution0.0001g resolution, or 0.1 mg resolution scales. For your convenience, we also have a filter in the left column of the website which enables you to browse according to your resolution preference. Our analytical balances offer a wide range of readability.

Analytical Balance Product Manufacturers

Certified Scale carries analytical balances from several of the weighing industry's biggest global leaders. These include weighing systems from Sartorius, A&D, Rice Lake Weighing, and Ohaus. Browse our brands for the right model for your commercial, manufacturing, or health application.


A&D provides several options for analytical scales. These include: Premium analytical balances (22g to 520g capacity, 0.1mg to 1μg readabilities); Advanced analytical balances, with Class I NTEP models, (122g up to 330g capacity and readability down to 0.1mg), Standard analytical balances (102g to 252g capacity and 0.1mg readability), and Classic analytical balances ( 102g to 252g capacity and readability down to 0.1mg.) A&D analytical scales provide clients with practical weighing systems for microgram weighing to make the process more efficient and to improve workflows.


Ohaus analytical lab balances include their Explorer Semi-Micro and Analytical balances, their Adventurer Analytical, their Pioneer Semi-Micro and Analytical, and their PR Series Analytical. With Ohaus balances, you'll benefit from high accuracy and repeatability, a four-level user management system with password protection, a large color touchscreen, icon-based user interface, ergonomic design, high accuracy, and large weighing surfaces. Originally a small scale repair business, Ohaus has grown into an undisputed global leader of weighing systems.

Rice Lake Weighing

Rice Lake Weighing systems provides top quality digital weight indicators, vehicle scales, dimensioning, and platform scales. The series from Rice Lake Weighing that you'll find on our website include: the TA Plus Series, Ion BM Series, Gemini GR Series, HR-A and HR-AZ Series, and Apollo GX Series. Family owned, Rice Lake Weighing Systems is a ISO 9001:2015 certified corporation, and has been manufacturing and distributing weight-related products and supplies since they opened in 1946.


The lab balances from Sartorius are designed specifically to meet the highest standards of reliability, accuracy, precision, and compliance. The Sartorius brand focuses on integrating these weighing systems into laboratory, industrial, and academic workflows to make these processes faster and more efficient. Categories of Sartorius weighing systems include their Ultra-Micro, Micro Lab, Semi-Micro, Analytical lab balances, Precision lab balances, High Capacity lab balances, etc. Models include Cubis, Secura, Quintix, Entris, and Practum.

Our analytical balances from A&D, Ohaus, Rice Lake Weighing and Sartorius offer incredibly precise mass measurement. With each weighing system, you can expect only the highest quality performance, accuracy, durability, and precision. Please choose from our wide range of available resolutions to match your lab requirements. Regardless of your lab needs, we can equip you with the balance you need to get the job done.

Analytical Balance FAQs

What are analytical balances?

An analytical balance, otherwise known as a chemical balance, is a highly accurate laboratory balance specially designed for precise measurements. Analytical balances provide readability of up to 0.00001 grams (0.01 mg), and are commonly used in laboratories and other professional or academic settings. There are three major types of analytical balances: electronic analytical balances, single-disk analytical balances, and electro-optical analytical balances.

How do analytical balances work?

Analytical balances use an electromagnetic balance that measures the mass of an object using an electromagnet. These balances do not directly measure the mass, but instead measure the force that acts in the downwards direction on the balancing pan.

How often should analytical balances be calibrated?

We recommend that you check the accuracy of the balance at least once per year (more if the weight is dropped, chipped, etc.), or about 6 months after the vendor calibration. Also, reference weight calibration should occur about every 2 years by an accredited vendor. More information here about answering the 'hows' of calibrating an analytical balance.

How low can analytical balances weigh?

An analytical balance can have a capacity that's as low as 1 gram. Overall, the weighing capacity range of an analytical balance is between 100-500 g and a readability of 0.1 mg-0.001 mg.

Why are analytical balances so expensive?

Compared to precision balances, an analytical balance tends to be more expensive because they are specially designed to allow for very precise weight measurement in ranges of several thousandths or hundredths of grams. These precise measurements are essential for chemical or pharmaceutical research so you should expect to pay more for analytical balances.

About Certified Scale

Founded in 1969, Certified Scale is proud to have been a supplier of the best quality weighing equipment in the industry. We serve a wide range of industries: business, industrial, chemical, pharmaceutical, processing, and distribution. In 2000, we began operating from our Fox Cities location. We are the first calibration laboratory dedicated to solely to weighing systems in the state of Wisconsin to achieve ISO/IEC 17025 accreditation. Choose Certified Scale for your analytical balances today. Questions? Contact our team here.