2000g spring balance. Dual mass spring scales to measure force (Newtons) and mass (grams). Clear acrylic body, color coded. Easy zero adjustment. 2000 gram - Red (Newton graduations begin at 0 and are marked at each 2" increment up to "20". Gram graduations begin at "0" and are marked at each "200" gram increment up to 2000.)" " "
Newton graduations begin at 0 and are marked at each 2" increment up to "20"
Gram graduations begin at "0" and are marked at each "200" gram increment up to 2000
Product Information Specifications for Tubular Spring Scales, Grams/Newtons: 2000g/20N Red Below:
Eisco Labs Newton Force Meter Spring Scale - Max Capacity 30N, 3Kg, Dual Scale Labeled
Eisco Labs Newton Force Meter Spring Scale - Max Capacity 30N, 3Kg, Dual Scale Labeled, Zero(ing) adjustment built into unit. Mounting ring connected to top. Mass hook connected to the bottom. Clear tube made of strong acrylic. 0.05N (25gm)resolution
Manufacturer: Science Supply Solution
Brand: American Scientific
Measure forces and weights in the science classroom using this scale! This tubular spring scale is easy to read and use for students and teachers alike. Units of measurement are in both Newtons and grams, and a helpful hook allows for the scale to be...
Tubular Spring Scales, grams/Newtons: 3000g/30N White
Brand: Science First
These spring scales provide direct readings for both force and measurement experiments. The transparent tube allows full view of the action of the spring. They are color coded for easy use, calibrated in both grams and Newtons and feature readings th...
Compact VersatilityThis petite and portable digital weight scale has the accuracy to meet a high range of needs with consistent and reliable results. Quickly measure ingredients, postage, gems, medication and more with a weight capacity of up to 500 ...
Walter Products B-400-O Economy Double Pan Balance, 2000 g Capacity
Manufacturer: Walter Products, Inc
Brand: Walter Products
Two-platform design is based on the classic Roberval balance principle. Its convenience and accuracy is commonly used for comparative weighing to determine the difference in mass between two objects rather than their absolute value. Incorporates slid...