BALANCES & SCALE
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Analytical Balance – Laboratory Equipment An analytical balance (often called a “lab balance“) is a class of balance designed to measure small mass in the sub-milligram range. … Electronic analytical scales measure the force needed to counter the mass being measured rather than using actual masses. Feature – Aluminum alloy beam, polished wooden case, with … Continue reading “Analytical Balance”
Balance Double Beam – Laboratory Instrument The Double Beam is only as accurate as the smallest weight being used. A balance or pair of scales using a balance beam compares masses by balancing the weight, due to the mass of an object against the weight of a known mass or masses.
Balance Single Pan – Laboratory Equipment Single pan mechanical substitution balance maintains consistent response throughout. The useful capacity is achieved by maintaining a constant load on the balance The subtracting mass on the same side of the beam to which the sample is added. Feature – Compact designs Easy operation Consistent performance Sturdiness Competitive rate … Continue reading “Balance Single Pan”
Chemical Balance – Chemistry Laboratory Equipment Balance of great precision used in quantitative chemical analysis. A balance consisting of a lever with two equal arms and a pan suspended from each arm. An analytical balance is so sensitive that it can detect the mass of a single grain of a chemical Thus, if a method … Continue reading “Chemical Balance”
Dispensing Balance – Laboratory Equipment Dispensing Balance is a 2 pan torsion type balance which utilizes both internal and external weights. It requires the use of external weights for measurements Capacity:- 50 gm, 100 gm Feature:- Double pan packed in wooden box without weight Chemicals or small objects up to 100 gm can be weighed … Continue reading “Dispensing Balance”