Nimbus Precision Balances
Designed for scientists, the Nimbus Precision balances are a range of models that deliver a full breadth of precision readabilities ranging from 0.1mg to 0.1g.
Innovative design enables a reduction of the balance’s footprint, so it occupies less space but retains the highest level of performance.
A single piece of extruded aluminum forms the balance base. The aluminum provides superior thermal transfer for a more regulated temperature, while the solid core is more rigid, offering greater stability and enabling highly repeatable results. The internal mechanism is fabricated using hardened materials, helping the Nimbus tolerate rigorous laboratory use.
- Backlit LCD display
- Colour coded keys
- Level indicator with adjustable levelling feet
- Removable draft shield supplied on 0.001g readabilities
- Robust metal housing
- Sealed keypad
- External calibration
- Pan lifter to easily remove samples
|NBL 223e||220g||0.001g||120mm Ø|
|NBL 423e||420g||0.001g||120mm Ø|
|NBL 623e||620g||0.001g||160mm Ø|
|NBL 823e||820g||0.001g||160mm Ø|
|NBL 1602e||1600g||0.01g||160mm Ø|
|NBL 2602e||2600g||0.01g||160mm Ø|
|NBL 3602e||3600g||0.01g||160mm Ø|
|NBL 4602e||4600g||0.01g||160mm Ø|
|NBL 4201e||4200g||0.1g||160mm Ø|
|NBL 6201e||6200g||0.1g||160mm Ø|
|NBL 8201e||8.2kg||0.1g||160mm Ø|
|NBL 223i||220g||0.001g||120mm Ø|
|NBL 423i||420g||0.001g||120mm Ø|
|NBL 623i||620g||0.001g||160mm Ø|
|NBL 823i||820g||0.001g||160mm Ø|
|NBL 1602i||1600g||0.01g||160mm Ø|
|NBL 2602i||2600g||0.01g||160mm Ø|
|NBL 3602i||3600g||0.01g||160mm Ø|
|NBL 4602i||4600g||0.01g||160mm Ø|
With a wide range of accessories available – please ask for details.
- Parts counting
- Percentage weighing
- Animal / dynamic weighing
- Density determination
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Committed to developing sustainable & practical improvements for scientists worldwide
Asynt’s unique range of innovative and sustainable products/services are developed by chemists for chemists - to make your lab life easier.
Martyn Fordham, MD