Mechanical balances offer easy-to-use, convenient solutions to entry-level weighing. There are many types of mechanical balance on the market from spring balance and triple beam balance to professional mechanical physician scales. These scales make ideal weighing scales for education and can be used by students and teachers when learning concepts of mass weighing.
No matter where you are these mechanical scales can be used without power.
AQ mechanical platform scales feature a durable metal construction suitable for industrial warehouse and other harsh environments, they are commonly used for weighing sacks of tools and scrap metal. TBB triple beam balances are designed with students in mind and are perfect for school education, laboratories and general training. This scale features detachable tripod legs and robust carry case accessory for conducting field research and weighing experiments.
R2,145.00 (Ex.VAT)Max Capacity Range 2610g to 2610g
Adam Equipment’s patented TBB triple beam balance offers today’s best value for teaching mass measurement concepts. Everything you need for basic density and simple portable weighing- tripod legs and weigh-below hook are included. Ideal for schools and field weighing experiments.
R5,625.00 (Ex.VAT)Max Capacity Range 300kg to 500kg
The AQ mechanical platform steelyard scale are made from high grade steel with a rustproof coating and are designed and built to last, featuring 4 wheels they allow for easy mobility and quick easy weighing using the graduated beams. Perfect for industrial warehouse and factory environments.
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Q: What is the difference between a mechanical and digital balance?
The main difference between a mechanical balance and digital balance is that mechanical balances and scales require the user to manually calculate weighing results, whilst balances with digital operation will display weighing results with minimal effort. The advantages of using a mechanical balance are that they tend to be cheaper and are often used in environments that do not have access to a power mains.