Ohaus 720-S0 triple beam balance features a removable stainless steel scoop. The large 12 x 6 x 2.75 inches removable scoop makes it convenient for weighing out goods when packaging bulk material. Although the triple beam balance is not legal for trade you'll see the 720-S0 used in tobacco stores to weigh out leaf tobacco. Hardware stores might weigh out wild flower seeds. The beauty of the 720-S0 is you have a removable scoop with a flat bottom and the spout facilitates transfer from the scoop to a bag or other container. The scoop has a flat bottom so you can place the scoop on a counter without the scoop rolling and pouring out the contents accidently. Like other Ohaus triple beam models the 720-S0 has three notched and tiered beams with center reading
Ohaus Triple Beam balance deliver accuracy and dependability time and time again. The 720-S0 triple beam is backed with a 5 year limited manufacturer warranty from Ohaus Corporation 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 Dial-O-Gram 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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