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  • What It Means to be Intrinsically Safe

    What It Means to be Intrinsically Safe

    April 20, 2018

    If you’ve ever browsed websites or catalogs in search of weighing products, you may have come across equipment labelled “Intrinsically Safe,” or IS. Although the name implies this equipment is somehow safer than its non-IS counterparts, many professionals have a hard time defining and understanding its importance. We’re here to breakdown what intrinsically safe means, […]

  • GRM Helps Local Students Complete Study Aimed to Heal Third World Countries

    GRM Helps Local Students Complete Study Aimed to Heal Third World Countries

    August 16, 2017

    When you’re conducting a study focused on easing the sizable medical cost in third world countries – where do you go to conduct research? You’re regional metrology company probably wouldn’t be your first thought, but that’s exactly where Professor Sinniah and his research students went! Dr. Sinniah is a professor of chemistry at Calvin College in […]

  • How to Avoid In-Plant Contamination – Change Your Floor Scale!

    June 22, 2017

    If your business uses floor scales, you may understand the pains and dangers of microbial build-up. Food, pharmaceutical and chemical industries are no strangers to the devastating consequences of product contamination. With a standard washdown floor scale, removing the problem can be a problem in and of itself and with safety measures becoming more stringent, […]