Stainless steel weights, especially high-grade stainless steel weights, have very high storage requirements. The weights used in the analysis room include reference weights and daily use weights (one set for each of the same specifications). Both the reference weight and the daily use weight are ver
The strength test checks the program's resistance to abnormal conditions; it checks whether the performance degradation of the system is within the allowable range when the system is operating under extreme conditions.Strength test:Stress testing always forces the system to operate under abnormal re
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.
Many people may have the impression that weights are only used in school laboratories. But don’t you think that only laboratories can use stainless steel weights. In fact, standard weights are used in a wide range of applications, such as pharmaceutical factories, docks, etc. Electronic scale factor
Stainless steel weights1. E1 grade, E2 grade, F1 grade weightsE1, E2, and F1 weights ranging from 1mg to 500kg should be of solid overall structure, made of a single piece of material without adjustment cavity.Weights greater than 50kgE2 and F1 weights greater than 50kg can have an adjustment cavity
Stainless steel weights refer to the objects on the balance as the quality standard, usually metal blocks or metal pieces, which can be used for more accurate weighing, and are placed on one end of the balance as the weight standard metal blocks or metal pieces. They have different sizes. Each has a