Test Weights


A balance can never be more accurate than the test weight used to adjust it. The accuracy of the test weight and its tolerance should correspond to the readout of the balance. The weight size should be the heaviest weight that the balance or scale can weigh. Test weights are classified in accordance with the OIML accuracy classes. The classes range from E1 through M3. Except F1 Class non OIML weights

E1 Series

kern test weights E1 Milligram Weights, Flat Polygonal
E1 Milligram Weights, Boxed Set with DkkAS Certification
E1 Stainless Steel Weights
E1 Stainless Steel Weights, Boxed Set

 

E2 Series

stainless stel test weightE2 Milligram Weights, Flat Polygonal
E2 Milligram Weights, Boxed Set with DkkAS Certification
E2 Single Weights, Stainless Steel
E2 Stainless Steel Weights, Boxed Set
E2 Cylindrical Stainless Steel Single Weights

 


F1 Series

test weight setF1 Milligram Weights, Flat Polygon
F1 Single Brass Weights
F1 Brass Weights , Boxed Set with DkkAS Certification
F1 Cylindrical Stainless Steel Weights
F1 Cylindrical Weights, Stainless steel in plastic box
F1 Weight sets, cylindrical shape, polished stainless steel, in wooden box

 

 

steel weight

F1 Individual weights, compact shape, finely turned stainless steel Not in accordance with OIML, adjusted to error limit class F1

 

 


F2 Series

test weights in wooden boxF2 Milligram Weights, flat polygonal
F2 Milligram Weights with DkkAS Certification
F2 Single Weights
F2 Sets of Weights in box

 

 

M1 Series

hook weight M1 Milligram Weights, flat polygon
M1 Milligram Weights, Flat Polygon with DkkAS Certification
M1 Single Weights, Nickel Plated Brass
M1 Single Weights, Nickel Plated Brass with DkkAS Certification
M1 Sets of Weights in box, Nickel Plated Brass
M1 Single Hook Weights, Brass
M1 Single Slotted Weights

 

 

M2 Series

weight set M2 Single Weights
M2 Single weights with DkkAS Certification
M2 Sets of Weights