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The covid-19 pandemic has been one of the most defined and unstable periods in recent memory, especially for workplaces that help fight the further spread of the disease. For industries that can't work from home, it's important to know what we can do to ensure that our workplace is always safe and protected. For workshops, laboratories, warehouses and restaurants, we will introduce some simple things you can do to make your weighing equipment more safe.
First, regular hand washing is essential to prevent the spread of covid-19. Before you use an electronic scale or an old brass scale, you need to clean your hands to avoid other bacteria on the instrument. In addition, the next time you use the balance weighing scale, the instrument will not have its own bacteria against you. You should also wash your hands after going to the toilet, preparing for food, after coughing or sneezing, and when going in and out of the room. The British Government recommends washing hands with warm water and soap for 20 minutes each time to ensure that the area between the back of hands or fingers is clean.
Before and after you use the electronic digital weighing scale, you need to know that thorough cleaning of the scale is an important way to prevent the spread of the virus. You can use soap water or alkaline detergent or disinfectant spray to wash the digital weighing scale for food. Before cleaning, you need to check the manufacturer's instructions to get the specific cleaning information of this kind of equipment. When cleaning, you should wipe the monitor, button, handle or storage device to keep it as clean as possible.
The IP rating of certain scales allows a small amount of disinfectant spray to be immersed. Any instrument with a IP rating of 5 or 6 as second figures can be spray cleaned (Grade 6 is allowed to use more pressurized gaskets), while the second digit 7 or 8 instruments in the IP grade can be partially immersed in water. However, we still do not recommend that you submerge the best digital scale in water, because there may be a certain risk of damage and you will not get a better electronic scale. You may need to arrange a weekly deep cleaning of the weighing scale in your daily work, as well as daily cleaning.
In order to reduce the spread of the virus, you should keep your workplace well ventilated. The British government pointed out that there is evidence that the virus is unlikely to spread in well ventilated indoor spaces. At the same time, you can get enough ventilation in a variety of ways, the simplest of which is to open the windows for ventilation in a safe and reasonable situation. If possible, the use of an external ventilator is also an effective way to keep the air flowing in the studio.