Slimline table balance, weighs down to 0.1g and up to 3000g, and this is the only balance of this size that can be switched to Troy ounces for weighing silver.
Suitable for weighing both gold and heavy silver items (3000g = 3Kg = about 96oz)
There IS an optional mains adaptor, should you wish to use this on mains power, though we find that the four AA batteries lasts so long, most people don't bother.
To read an article about weighing and weighing machines click here.
This weighing machine is not approved for use in trade, it must not be used for buying and selling. For approved scales click here.
Lightweight, slim-line, very neat, will fit easily into a bag, take it on your buying trip, carry it from workshop to office - also good for weighing letters and small parcels.
RESOLUTION / CAPACITY:
0.1g / 3000g.
Switchable to 0.005 Troy ounce / 96 Troy ounces
These are Troy ounces for weighing gold and silver (and once used for letters and parcels), do not confuse with the ounce used for weighing food, which is different.
SIZE: Metal weighing platform: 150 X 150mm (6 X 6 inches) square.
Overall: 150 X 200mm X 25mm (6 X 8 X 1 inches)
POWER: four AA batteries. Option to take a 9V DC power supply (not supplied)
Click here for a summary of weights used for weighing gold and silver
Click here for an online conversion program
You need this specification but about half the size? See the NV-3000.
This is just the type of heavy duty table balance you need, perfect for the shop, but you need something that is approved (legal) for buying gold? See our standard gold balance, the Ohaus SJX1502M (3000g / 0.1g).
This scale is guaranteed for 3 years (postage charged after 1 year, proof of purchase required after 2 years).
The guarantee excludes:
- flat batteries. New batteries will be charged at £5.00 plus £6.50 for return postage (UK).
- if you lose the battery compartment cover (sorry, we don't have spares)
The guarantee is invalid if there is:
- obvious damage, e.g. dents, holes, cracked casing, weighing platform loose.
- signs of 'foreign material'. That's anything that should not be there, e.g. residues of herbs, chemicals, spilt tea, corrosion from leaking batteries.
Inaccurate readings can usually be fixed by calibrating the scale, this is something you can do yourself if you have two 1Kg weights. THIS IS NOT A FAULT, all electronic measuring devices need calibrating every now and again, see calibrating weighing machines. We can calibrate it for you, for free, if it is returned within six months of purchase; after that, there is a charge of £5.00 + £6.50 postage (UK).
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