We have NO remaining stock on the Acculab ALC-2100.2. Acculab is a victim of deleveraging and the brand Acculab has terminated production on December 31, 2010. The information listed below on the ALC2100.2 is for reference only for those people researching the specification on a ALC2100 precision scale they already own.Yes - Acculab DOES NOT EXIST in 2011 since Sartorius decided to shutdown the Acculab brand name. The Acculab ALC-2100.2 replacement under the Sartorius brand is the Sartorius AZ3102 but these are not in stock since Sartorius is experiencing excessive lead times. For those customers that can not wait we offer many excellent alternative models which are in stock
. If you can not work with this lead time we highly recommend that you purchase instead either the A&D FX-2000i
or Sartorius GW6202
which is in stock. Acculab ALC Precision Lab Balances
are the best balances on the market today in our opinion since nothing compares when you look at "what you get
" for "what you pay
". This precision toploading balance (2100g x 0.01g) with a large 6 inch diameter stainless steel weighing pan is priced aggressive to devour the market share of the other balance manufacturers
. This balance's weighcell is a Double Lever System (DLS), Electromagnetic Force Compensation for the best weighing performance technology offers. See our youtube video - strain gauge loadcell vs. electromagnetic force sensor
. In our opinion, this weighcell is the best design on the market today.
This patented weigh cell is cut from a single block of a special, highly rugged aluminum alloy using high-speed 21st century milling technology. The double lever principle offers two decisive advantages: the design in the area of the pan linkage is highly resistant to mechanical stress and therefore has exceptionally high mechanical stability, and the system allows for a smaller footprint. Cut from a single block of aluminum there are no screw fasteners needed between functional parts. This keeps the system less sensitive to fluctuations in temperature, and with fewer parts there is less chance of failure.
DLS offers unbeatable advantages for daily use like incredibly fast response time and unfailing reliability and near-zero susceptibility to interference. The reasons for these considerable advantages are two fold: the number of individual parts has been reduced by more than 70% and the mechanical construction has been designed to last for years of trouble-free operations.
You'll learn how to use the balance in minutes and you'll get weighing results in seconds. The lightening fast 2 seconds stabilization is achieved using the latest microprocessor ever for Acculab. Why buy an old balance designed with an old microprocessor?? Would you buy an old 800MHz computer built 2 years ago when you could buy a 2 or 3 GHz machine for less?? Don't be fooled buying an old balance that sale representative claims is just as good. Purchase the newest balance in the Acculab Series - buy the ALC Precision Series
Acculab is a division of the Sartorius group - engineers of the most accurate balance in the world. The ALC Lab Series offers a new innovative design to the legacy AL Series
and is turning the weighing industry on their heads. Multiple weigh mode, lightening fast stabilization time, standard RS-232 interface for printer of PC communication, simple to use. Add it all up and the math is simple - the aggressive pricing makes the Acculab ALC the only choice especially for the price conscience educational marketplace.
All Acculab Vicons
and Acculab ALC Analytical
and Precision ALC Lab Balances
are manufactured in Arvada, Colorado Balances.com
is your connection to the best weighing device in the world and always at deep discount prices.
If you are a jeweler or pawn shop and were told by a Weights & Measures Inspector that you need a Legal for Trade
Class II Scale the Acculab ALC 2100.2 is NOT Legal for Trade
and we recommend you purchase the Mettler-Toledo JB3002-GA-F
precision balance. The Mettler-Toledo JB3002-GA-F
is made in Switzerland and features 3100 grams maximum weighing capacity and increments in 0.01 gram divisions. This Mettler Balance
also offers FACT (Fully Automatic Calibration Technology), which automatically initiates the internal adjustment of Mettler balance whenever temperature changes risk affecting the accuracy of your weighing results.Before purchasing the Acculab ALC-2100.2 Lab Balance with 0.01 gram resolution, take a look at the Sartorius GW6202 with internal calibration. Think about it, for just a little more money than the Acculab ALC-2100.2 Lab Balance, you could get a scale that weighs 4100 grams more than the Acculab ALC-2100.2 and the same readability of 0.01 grams. In addition, the Sartorius GW6202 comes with internal calibration which means there is no need to purchase an expensive calibration weight that the Acculab ALC-2100.2 requires. The Acculab ALC-2100.2 needs a 2000 calibration weight to be able to properly calibrate the scale, which could be very expensive. Also, the Sartorius GW6202 has a larger weighing pan, adding the overall value of the scale. Therefore, we feel the Sartorius GW6202 with internal calibration from Sartorius is the best value Precision Weighing Balances has to offer and we tend to have them in stock for immediate delivery.