Ohaus Model 1650-00 triple beam balance offers all the features of the triple beam Model 760-00 except the 0-10 poise has been replaced with a speed dialer. The engraved Vernier Dial allows you to quickly determine the 0 to 10 g range in 0.1 gram increments.
Ohaus 1650-00 features a fixed stainless steel plate 6 inch diameter with a tare beam allowing you to tare containers placed on the weighing pan up to 225 grams and zeroing out the weight of the container. Features two notched and tiered beams with center reading; sliding poise; zero adjust compensator; magnetic damping; equipped for specific gravity weighing - 1/2 inch hole in base for lab rod, provision for suspending sample below platform; and die cast aluminum boxed end beam.
Ohaus Triple Beam balance deliver accuracy and dependability time and time again. The 1650-00 dial o gram triple beam is backed with a 5 year limited manufacturer warranty from Ohaus Corp against factory defects.
Ohaus offers 9 different triple beam balances to choose from with different weighing platforms, notched and tiered beams with center reading. The DialOGram has magnetic damping and dial operation for fine weighing. These models include:
you're weighing solids, liquids, powders or even animals, an Ohaus
Triple Beam balance is well-equipped to handle the job. The
700/800 Series provides the convenience of a toploading balance with
the durability and versatility to accommodate a range of lab applications.
Some models have a tare beam to allow
containers up to 225g to be balanced out, and a variety of weighing
platforms are also available.
Three notched and tiered beams with center reading
Four weighing platforms to choose from
Spring loaded zero adjust compensator
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