- Metric and U.S. customary grip-handle test weight for testing field standards and industrial devices
- Painted cast iron weight has chip-resistant paint that resists corrosion and conforms to NIST Handbook 105-1 standard
- Sealable adjusting cavity for adjusting total weight
- Meets National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) Class F specification for commercial "Legal-for-Trade" weighing operations
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Rice Lake Cast Iron Painted Grip Handle Calibration Weight, NIST Class F, Metric and U.S. Customary
|Price:||$92.00 - $3,953.07|
|Brand Name||Rice Lake|
|Material Type||Cast Iron|
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The Rice Lake grip-handle test weight is constructed of painted cast iron, is available in metric and U.S. customary (also referred to as English and avoirdupois), meets National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) Class F specifications, and is designed for testing field standards and industrial devices. The sealing cavity can be used to adjust the total weight. Painted cast iron weight has a chip-resistant paint that is corrosion-resistant and conforms to NIST Handbook 105-1 standards. A sealable adjusting cavity allows the weight to be fractionally adjusted to meet individual specifications. The weight meets NIST Class F specification for commercial "Legal-for-Trade" weighing operations often required by state and local weights and measures officials, device installers and service technicians. Class F weights can be used to test the accuracy of most Class III scales, all scales of Class III L or IIII, and scales not marked with a class designation. NIST Class F weights are manufactured to specifications of NIST HB-105-1.
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