- Weight rack for storing slotted weights
- Stainless steel construction
- Fold down carrying handle
Ohaus Stainless Steel Weight Rack,
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Ohaus weight rack is designed for storing slotted weights. A handle allows ... See more product details
Ohaus weight rack is designed for storing slotted weights. A handle allows the stand and weights to be carried and folds down for storage. Stainless steel construction is durable.
Calibration weights are used to measure the weight or mass of an object using a balance or scale, or to calibrate other weights or instruments. Calibration weights can be certified or uncertified. Certified weights meet strict guidelines for accuracy and can usually be recertified. Certified weights are used in labs where a high degree of accuracy and repeatability is required. Uncertified weights are used where a lower degree of accuracy is required, including student laboratories, rough weighting operations, and measuring force. Hooked and slotted weights are often used to measure pressure, torque, and tensile strength, and to demonstrate basic laws of physics. Calibration weights differ from lab weights, which are general purpose weights used to hold an object in place, similar to a paperweight.
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Ohaus manufactures scales and balances for laboratory, educational, retail, food, and jewelry applications. The company, founded in 1914, is headquartered in Parsippany, NJ.