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Weighing Scale Accuracy Class

09/27/2017 3:41 AM

I need to calculate the tolerance level of weighing scales.

There are Class I, Class II, Class III, Class IIIL & Class IIII weighing scales.

I have standards weights to check the reading of the scales. But how can I know the tolerance limit from the class ?

Class of the scale is mentioned in the body.

Somebody please help.

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Re: Weighing Scale accuracy class

09/27/2017 5:29 AM

"But how can I know the tolerance limit from the class ?"

By searching for the information!

NIST Handbook 44 Accuracy Classes - Blackstone Scale Systems

Scale Terminology - American Weigh Scales

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Re: Weighing Scale accuracy class

09/27/2017 10:43 AM

What you said.

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