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- Order number: OH-HJ2001
- Supplier Name: Ohaus Corp
- Supplier Number: 80252050
- Warranty(Years): 2
Two Pan Balance Designed to Teach Comparative Weighing.
With the same accuracy of the flagship Harvard Trip, teach students the principles of comparative weighing with the kid-friendly Harvard Junior.
- An eight piece weight set and bowls that fit on the weighing pans are included with every Harvard Junior.
- The easy-grip carrying handle will help students and teacher alike securely move the balances around the classroom.
- The balances can be stacked to minimize the amount of storage space needed, and the lock feature protects the balance from damage when in storage.
- Display: Steel pointer
- Construction: ABS base, pans and bowls, metal beam
- Design Features: Manual dampening device, spring-loaded zero adjust compensator
Unit of measurement:
- Capacity: 2000g
- Readability: 0.5g
- Platform: 150mm
|Diploma/ Vocational/ Uni, Middle years, upper primary
|chemistry, mathematics, physics, Scales and force gauges
Connect to the real world of measurement through OHAUS' dependable equipment, engaging activities, and relevant technology which promise to provide your students with meaningful, lasting experiences, and help improve learning outcomes at all grade levels.
The brand you can trust:
- OHAUS offers a complete line of measurement solutions both mechanical and electronic, with a broad range of capacities suitable for all your weighing needs, and accuracy unique to particular grade levels ensuring that results are relevant and meaningful
- OHAUS products have a solid reputation for enduring quality in the classroom. This high quality is not by accident, but a direct result of over a century of experience in the manufacture of weighing solutions designed specifically for student use
- OHAUS' activities and resources are developed and tested by your peers in the classroom. They have been proven as engaging and effective through the every day experiences of students everywhere