What does a triple beam balance do
TRIPLE BEAM BALANCE Model 750-S0 In classroom, lab or plant, this do-anything scale performs like a champion. The model 750 is great for weighing Falcons. Features three notched and tiered beams with center reading; sliding poise; zero adjust compensator; magnetic damping; equipped for specific gravity weighing - 1/2" hole in base for lab rod, provision for suspending sample below platform; and die cast aluminum boxed end beam. A classic weighing instrument.
Accurate and rugged, the triple beam has a 610g. weighing capacity ( 2610g. with attachment weights ) and 0.1g. sensitivity. Consistent readings to 0.1 g achieved by precision ground pivots and patented self-aligning agate bearings to ensure reproducibility. This balance can virtually weigh anything.
Model 760-00 offers all the characteristics of the Model 750-S0 with the added
feature of the undivided Tare Beam and Poise. The Tare Beam and poise allows you to eliminate the containers or objects weight up to 225 grams, by sliding it to the approximate balance, then rotating in
either direction for precise positioning. Net weight of the contents of the container may then be read directly eliminating the need of any calculations and the undivided tare beam speeds the operation. Like all the 700 Series triple beams the weighing capacity can be increased to 2610 grams by purchasing the optional 707-00 attachment weights .
The Model 1650-00 offers a stainless steel plate exactly the same as the Model 760-00 with the added convenience and speed of a direct reading dial calibrated 10 g x 0.1g. Two graduated, notched beams with center indicating sliding poise; undivided tare beam with sliding poise; magnetic damping; zero adjust compensator and more.
Whether weighing solids, liquids, powders or even animals, one of the many models from the Ohaus Series 700/800 will be equipped to do the job. Their use has become universal in science education and in all types of industrial applications.
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