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Equipoise Balance Scale 
MAJ Enterprises 
www.MAJEnterprises.com 
(516) 625-0110
Balance Scales 
• For precision weighing needs 
• We carry many types of quality balance scales 
from various brands. 
• C...
The Difference Between a Balance and a Scale 
A balance compares the torque on the arm due to the sample weight to the tor...
The Difference Between a Balance and a Scale 
Click to learn more about the Equipoise Balance Scale and to read how it sav...
Equipoise Balance Scales 
Click to learn more about the Equipoise Balance Scale and to read how it saved one pizza company...
Call MAJ Enterprises for more 
information 
(516) 625-0110 
www.MAJEnterprises.com
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Equipoise Balance Scale

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The Equipoise Balance Scale saved one pizza company $300,000 each month. Learn how it can save you money too!

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Equipoise Balance Scale

  1. 1. Equipoise Balance Scale MAJ Enterprises www.MAJEnterprises.com (516) 625-0110
  2. 2. Balance Scales • For precision weighing needs • We carry many types of quality balance scales from various brands. • Call for a free consultation to find the device you need with the features you're looking for.
  3. 3. The Difference Between a Balance and a Scale A balance compares the torque on the arm due to the sample weight to the torque on the arm due to a standard reference weight using a horizontal lever. Balances are also different from scales in that a balance measures mass (or more specifically gravitational mass), whereas a scale measures weight (or more specifically either the tension or compression force of constraint provided by the scale).” Originally balances were equal-arm balances where a weight was put on one side and a product was put on the other side. There was a comparison of mass between the two. Today, many balances are used as scales to measure the weight of a product. Today’s terminology would define a balance as a scale with a higher resolution. Balances have features including mass unit conversion, counting, percentage, limit functions for check-weighing, or specific-gravity weighing, whereas scales have gross, tare, and net indications, printing, and units-of-measure conversion.
  4. 4. The Difference Between a Balance and a Scale Click to learn more about the Equipoise Balance Scale and to read how it saved one pizza company $300,000 each month A scale normally consists of a load cell base (or multiple load cell base) and a display, A/D and CPU processor. The displayed resolution is normally 5000 graduations (50 lb × 0.01 lb, for example) for Legal-for-Trade applications (NTEP) or 10,000 graduations for non-legal-for-trade applications (50 lb × 0.005 lb). Scales normally do not specify repeatability. However, NTEP Certified scales are tested for repeatability and have a tolerance of 1/10 of 1% of scale capacity. A balance may have a load cell, force restoration, or tuning-fork weighing mechanism, a display, processor, and display graduations in excess of 100,000. The primary unit of measure for most balances is grams. An example of 100,000 displayed graduations would be 100 g × 0.001 g. Balances normally have repeatability specifications of one displayed graduation. Both the scale and the balance could be used to weigh a product. Balances have limited capacity and size in order to maintain high display graduations.
  5. 5. Equipoise Balance Scales Click to learn more about the Equipoise Balance Scale and to read how it saved one pizza company $300,000 each month • Ideal for the food manufacturing industry, laboratories, and industrial applications. • These seven-button balances allow quick access to 13 different units of measure, percentage, counting and accumulating. • A detachable enclosed weighing chamber is included in capacities below 1000 grams. • Equipoise can be used with the included AC adapter or an on-board rechargeable battery that offers up to 40 hours of continuous operation. RS-232 output is standard on each model. RS-232 cable is optional. Standard Features • Capacities between 300g and 6000g • Internal resolution: 1/600,000 • LCD display • Quick response • Accumulation, counting and percentage modes • 13 different units of measure • Detachable enclosed weighing chamber (in capacities <1kg) • Battery operation for up to 40 hours of continuous use (without backlight) • Standard RS-232 interface for connecting to printer or PC • Plastic enclosure • AC adapter
  6. 6. Call MAJ Enterprises for more information (516) 625-0110 www.MAJEnterprises.com

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