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Ohaus Model 1610-00 triple beam balance offers all the features of the triple beam Model 710-T0 except the 0-10 poise has been replaced with a speed dialer. The engraved Vernier Dial allows you to quickly determine the 0 to 10 g range in 0.1 gram increments.

Ohaus Triple Beam 1610-00 features a removable stainless steel pan 6 inch diameter with a tare beam allowing you to tare containers placed on the weighing pan up to 225 grams. The 3/4 inch deep pan prevents cylindrical objects like an ostrich or emu egg from rolling off the flat stainless steel plate like that of the model 1650-00 from Ohaus. Two notched and tiered beams with center reading

Ohaus Triple Beam balance deliver accuracy and dependability time and time again. The 1610-00 dial-o-gram triple beam is backed with a 5 year limited manufacturer warranty from Ohaus Corp against factory defects.

Ohaus offers 9 different triple beam balances to choose from with different weighing platforms, notched and tiered beams with center reading. The DialOGram has magnetic damping and dial operation for fine weighing. These models include:

[a href="http://scaleman.com/ohaus-71000-triple-beam-balance.html"]Ohaus 710-00 Triple Beam[/a], Removable Stainless Steel Pan

[a href="http://scaleman.com/ohaus-71000-triple-beam-balance.html"]Ohaus 710-T0 Triple Beam[/a], Removable Stainless Steel Pan & Tare

[a href="http://scaleman.com/ohaus-72000-triple-beam-weighing-balance.html"]Ohaus 720-00 Triple Beam[/a], Polypropylene Scoop

[a href="http://scaleman.com/ohaus-720s0-mechanical-beam-scale.html"]Ohaus 720-S0 Triple Beam[/a], Stainless Steel Scoop

[a href="http://scaleman.com/ohaus-73000-mechanical-animal-scale.html"]Ohaus 730-00 Triple Beam[/a], Animal Container

[a href="http://scaleman.com/ohaus-750s0-triple-beam-scale.html"]Ohaus 750-S0 Triple Beam[/a], Fixed Stainless Steel Plate
[a href="http://scaleman.com/ohaus-76000-mechanical-beam-scale.html"]
Ohaus 760-00 Triple Beam[/a], Fixed Stainless Steel Plate & Tare

[a href="http://scaleman.com/ohaus-161000-dialogram-beam-scale.html"]Ohaus 1610-00 Dial-O-Gram®[/a] Triple Beam Balance, Removable Stainless Steel Pan and Tare

[a href="http://scaleman.com/ohaus-165000-dialogram-beam-balance.html"]Ohaus 1650-00 Dial-O-Gram®[/a] Triple Beam Balance, Fixed Stainless Steel Plate and Tare

Ohaus has a great flash tutorial explaining [a href="http://www.ohaus.com/input/tutorials/tbb/tbbentry.swf" target="_blank"]how a triple beam balance works[/a] and a [a href="http://www.ohaus.com/input/tutorials/tbb/TBBins.html" target="_blank"]second tutorial on the setup here[/a].

Before weighing on your triple beam you need to "zero" the balance. Do this by sliding back all the weight poises (that slide along the beams) so that the pointer is right at the zero line. You might need to turn the quick-zeroing adjustment knob located under the weighing platform a little bit to get it right at the line.

When you set an object on the balance platform, the pointer immediately goes up and is no longer zeroed. To find out the weight of the object, you'll need to slide the weight poises until the pointer is at zero again. Start with the two heavier weight poises and then use the lightest one to do the fine tuning.

To read the weight of an object in grams, add up the number that each weight poise is at when the pointer zeroes. For example, if the heaviest poise is at 300 g, the next one at 90 g, and the lightest one at 1.9 g, then the total weight of the object is 391.9 grams.
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Ohaus 1610-00 dial-o-gram scale

610 g x 0.1 g

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MSRP: $352.00

YOU PAY: $264.00

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Ohaus 161000 dialogram mechanical scale offers a stainless steel platform with the convenience and speed of a direct reading dial calibrated 10 g x 0.1g.

MSRP: $352.00

YOU PAY: $264.00

You save $88.00
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Ohaus Model 1610-00 triple beam balance offers all the features of the triple beam Model 710-T0 except the 0-10 poise has been replaced with a speed dialer. The engraved Vernier Dial allows you to quickly determine the 0 to 10 g range in 0.1 gram increments.

Ohaus Triple Beam 1610-00 features a removable stainless steel pan 6 inch diameter with a tare beam allowing you to tare containers placed on the weighing pan up to 225 grams. The 3/4 inch deep pan prevents cylindrical objects like an ostrich or emu egg from rolling off the flat stainless steel plate like that of the model 1650-00 from Ohaus. Two notched and tiered beams with center reading

Ohaus Triple Beam balance deliver accuracy and dependability time and time again. The 1610-00 dial-o-gram triple beam is backed with a 5 year limited manufacturer warranty from Ohaus Corp against factory defects.

Ohaus offers 9 different triple beam balances to choose from with different weighing platforms, notched and tiered beams with center reading. The DialOGram has magnetic damping and dial operation for fine weighing. These models include:

Ohaus 710-00 Triple Beam, Removable Stainless Steel Pan

Ohaus 710-T0 Triple Beam, Removable Stainless Steel Pan & Tare

Ohaus 720-00 Triple Beam, Polypropylene Scoop

Ohaus 720-S0 Triple Beam, Stainless Steel Scoop

Ohaus 730-00 Triple Beam, Animal Container

Ohaus 750-S0 Triple Beam, Fixed Stainless Steel Plate

Ohaus 760-00 Triple Beam
, Fixed Stainless Steel Plate & Tare

Ohaus 1610-00 Dial-O-Gram® Triple Beam Balance, Removable Stainless Steel Pan and Tare

Ohaus 1650-00 Dial-O-Gram® Triple Beam Balance, Fixed Stainless Steel Plate and Tare

Ohaus has a great flash tutorial explaining how a triple beam balance works and a second tutorial on the setup here.

Before weighing on your triple beam you need to "zero" the balance. Do this by sliding back all the weight poises (that slide along the beams) so that the pointer is right at the zero line. You might need to turn the quick-zeroing adjustment knob located under the weighing platform a little bit to get it right at the line.

When you set an object on the balance platform, the pointer immediately goes up and is no longer zeroed. To find out the weight of the object, you'll need to slide the weight poises until the pointer is at zero again. Start with the two heavier weight poises and then use the lightest one to do the fine tuning.

To read the weight of an object in grams, add up the number that each weight poise is at when the pointer zeroes. For example, if the heaviest poise is at 300 g, the next one at 90 g, and the lightest one at 1.9 g, then the total weight of the object is 391.9 grams.



 

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