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Single E1 and E2 weights. Special steel linear weights, from 1mg to 500mg, non-magnetized, with a density of 8.0 g/cm3. Packed in a plastic box for easy storage.
Flake weights: F1 weights are made of aluminum or nickel silver. Aluminum sheet weights range from 1mg to 5mg, with a density of 2.7 g/cm3. The nickel-silver flake weights range from 10mg to 500mg, with a density of 8.7 g/cm 3. Packed in a plastic box for easy storage.
Weights with handle: E1, E2, F1, F2 and M1 weights. Special steel ball weights are highly polished and corrosion resistant, ranging from 1g to 50kg. They are non-magnetized and have a density of 8.0 g/cm3. Packed in a plastic box (weight up to 20g) or wooden box (above 50g) for easy storage.
Cylindrical weights: F1, F2 and M1 weights. Special steel or gray cast iron cylindrical weights, highly polished or painted black, corrosion-resistant, ranging from 100kg to 1000kg. The cylindrical weight is non-magnetized and has a density of 8.0g/cm3.
Block weights: single block M1 and M2 weights. These weights are made of cast iron and are painted black. Block weights from 5kg to 50kg can be ordered.
Set weights: E1, E2, F1, F2 and M1 class weight groups. The weight set is made of highly polished special steel, nickel silver, copper or aluminum. Optional linear weights, sheet weights or cylindrical weights, 1g to 50kg.
@ Weights Before use, use a cleaning brush and a wiping cloth to clean off the dust and other stains on the surface of the weights.
@It is strictly forbidden to touch the weight directly with your hands. When using weights, please wear gloves and use tools to hold the weights.
@Before balance testing or weight comparison, weights need to be kept at a constant temperature to reach the atmospheric conditions in the laboratory, otherwise the test results will be affected.
@ Weights must be stored in the original packaging box after use.