MB-2610B is a traditional triple beam mechanical balance. Features a large stainless steel weighing surface and cool white finish. The attachment weight set is included, allowing you to increase the capacity from 610g to 2610g.The 3-Beam Mechanical Balance has a 2610 gram capacity with a 0.1 gram resolution. This scale has a steel weighing platform, notched and tiered weighing beams, and a magnetic damping system. Attachment weights included.
The triple beam scales are widely used in industrial and mining enterprises, chemicals, pharmaceuticals, agriculture, machinery, schools and other units for substance use measure.
Model MB-2610 MB-2610B
Weighed (g) 2610 2610
Dividing the value (g) 0.1 0.1
Former ruler 10 × 0.1g 10 × 0.1g
The scale bar 500 × 100g 500 × 100g
After the ruler 100 × 10g 100 × 10g
Peel the range 0 ~ 225g
A durable, classroom proven work horse. Unlike the digital scale, a mechanical triple beam teaches mathematical reasoning skills as students must manipulate the sliding weights for a result. With the 2610g capacity this scale is also handy for home and shop use.
Resolution to 0.1 Standard Underhook Advanced Stabilization Software Built-in motorized calibration
Instructions on use
The triple beam balance is used to measure masses very precisely; the reading error is 0.05 gram.
With the pan empty, move the three sliders on the three beams to their leftmost positions, so that the balance reads zero. If the indicator on the far right is not aligned with the fixed mark, then calibrate the balance by turning the set screw on the left under the pan.
Once the balance has been calibrated, place the object to be measured on the pan.
Move the 100 gram slider along the beam to the right until the indicator drops below the fixed mark. The notched position immediately to the left of this point indicates the number of hundreds of grams.
Now move the 10 gram slider along the beam to the right until the indicator drops below the fixed mark. The notched position immediately to the left of this point indicates the number of tens of grams.
The beam in front is not notched; the slider can move anywhere along the beam. The boldface numbers on this beam are grams and the tick marks between the boldface numbers indicate tenths of grams.
To find the mass of the object on the pan, simple add the numbers from the three beams.
As with a ruler, it is possible to read the front scale to the nearest half tick mark.