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We have NO remaining stock on the Acculab EC-411 econ scale. Acculab is a victim of deleveraging and the brand Acculab has terminated production on December 31, 2010. The information listed below on the EC411 is for reference only for those people researching the specification on a EC411 portable digital scale they already own.

Yes - Acculab DOES NOT EXIST in 2011 since Sartorius decided to shutdown the Acculab brand name. The Acculab EC411 does not have an equivalent replacement under the Sartorius brand. For those customers looking for an alternative models in the price range of the EC411 we recommend that you consider the My Weigh's [a href="http://balance.balances.com/scales/741"]i500 balance[/a] or [a href="http://balance.balances.com/scales/20"]ECS500 digital gram scale[/a] as an alternative.

Acculab Econ electronic digital scales are popular with middle schools grades 5-8.  Any of the Econ scales would be good for basic experiments like determining liquid densities in the grammar school science classroom.

Econs digital scales offer ease of use and simple to store away.  Typical class time is 45-55 minutes so why keep buying those triple beam balances that take longer to set-up and weigh?

Econ Gram Scales are the only scale we know of that is stackable.  The unique design allows for stacking up to 5 Acculab Econs on top of one another for storage.  Forget those big bulky [a href="http://balance.balances.com/scales/438"]triple beam balances[/a] - digital is the weigh of the future and mechanicals are out.

Plus as an added feature the Econ digital scales incorporate a transportation-locking device.  This lessens the chance of the loadcell from being damaged when not in use.  Load cell failure is the #1 failure typically the result of the scale having an excessive load on the weighing pan when the scale is off and not in use

Acculab Econs Scales are becoming the new standard school balance for the elementary science classroom all over the world.  When costs matters and you need dependable weighing results the new name is ACCULAB.  Acculab Econ Scales are the perfect scale to introduce students to the concepts of weight.  Place a 2 inch cube of hardwood like maple or oak on the scale and record the reading on the digital display.  Now place a 2 inch cube of Styrofoam on the weighing pan.  Its a cinch for the students to see not all objects that are the same size weigh the same.

Typically high schools select the [a href="http://school.balances.com/acculab/vicon%2Bscale.html"]Acculab Vicon digital scales[/a] since they offer 2 or 3 decimal place graduations depending upon the model you select.

Additional applications include general weighing, formulation and quality control.  Some people purchase the Econ EC-211 or EC-411 because of the low cost and ability to remove the ABS weighing platform and wrapping the platform in aluminum foil to weigh shrimp for grading.  The USDC Seafood Inspection Program "Standards for Grades of Fresh and Frozen Shrimp § 265.107 Methods of analysis." Outlines a Balance-Sensitive to 0.25 g or 0.01 oz so the EC-211 or EC-411 could be a good choice.

Before purchasing Acculab's EC-411 digital scale, be sure you review the [a href="http://balance.balances.com/scales/194"]My Weigh i500[/a]. For almost the same price My Weigh's i500 electronic scale offers more weighing capacity than an Econ 411.  Other features to keep in mind are the i500 features a stainless steel weighing pan and parts counting mode which is not offered in the Acculab Econ Series.
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Acculab EC411 Electronic Scale

410 g x 0.1 g

Acculab
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Availability: Discontinued

MSRP: $129.00

YOU PAY: $83.95

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Acculab EC411 electronic balance with 410 gram weighing capacity and 0.1 is gram readability great for science classroom experiments.

Product Description

We have NO remaining stock on the Acculab EC-411 econ scale. Acculab is a victim of deleveraging and the brand Acculab has terminated production on December 31, 2010. The information listed below on the EC411 is for reference only for those people researching the specification on a EC411 portable digital scale they already own.

Yes - Acculab DOES NOT EXIST in 2011 since Sartorius decided to shutdown the Acculab brand name. The Acculab EC411 does not have an equivalent replacement under the Sartorius brand. For those customers looking for an alternative models in the price range of the EC411 we recommend that you consider the My Weigh's i500 balance or ECS500 digital gram scale as an alternative.

Acculab Econ electronic digital scales are popular with middle schools grades 5-8.  Any of the Econ scales would be good for basic experiments like determining liquid densities in the grammar school science classroom.

Econs digital scales offer ease of use and simple to store away.  Typical class time is 45-55 minutes so why keep buying those triple beam balances that take longer to set-up and weigh?

Econ Gram Scales are the only scale we know of that is stackable.  The unique design allows for stacking up to 5 Acculab Econs on top of one another for storage.  Forget those big bulky triple beam balances - digital is the weigh of the future and mechanicals are out.

Plus as an added feature the Econ digital scales incorporate a transportation-locking device.  This lessens the chance of the loadcell from being damaged when not in use.  Load cell failure is the #1 failure typically the result of the scale having an excessive load on the weighing pan when the scale is off and not in use

Acculab Econs Scales are becoming the new standard school balance for the elementary science classroom all over the world.  When costs matters and you need dependable weighing results the new name is ACCULAB.  Acculab Econ Scales are the perfect scale to introduce students to the concepts of weight.  Place a 2 inch cube of hardwood like maple or oak on the scale and record the reading on the digital display.  Now place a 2 inch cube of Styrofoam on the weighing pan.  Its a cinch for the students to see not all objects that are the same size weigh the same.

Typically high schools select the Acculab Vicon digital scales since they offer 2 or 3 decimal place graduations depending upon the model you select.

Additional applications include general weighing, formulation and quality control.  Some people purchase the Econ EC-211 or EC-411 because of the low cost and ability to remove the ABS weighing platform and wrapping the platform in aluminum foil to weigh shrimp for grading.  The USDC Seafood Inspection Program "Standards for Grades of Fresh and Frozen Shrimp § 265.107 Methods of analysis." Outlines a Balance-Sensitive to 0.25 g or 0.01 oz so the EC-211 or EC-411 could be a good choice.

Before purchasing Acculab's EC-411 digital scale, be sure you review the My Weigh i500. For almost the same price My Weigh's i500 electronic scale offers more weighing capacity than an Econ 411.  Other features to keep in mind are the i500 features a stainless steel weighing pan and parts counting mode which is not offered in the Acculab Econ Series.

 

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