Weighing Scales For Education And Classroom Use
Weighing scales and balances are an essential part of any classroom learning environment. Used as part of a wider education curriculum, our scales are suitable for many science-related experiments including egg osmosis, Archimedes density determination, gravity testing and more.
Inscale supply an extensive range of low-cost scales and balances for schools, colleges and universities manufactured by Adam Equipment, A&D and Kern. From our basic mechanical triple-beam balances and portable compact scales to our high-end, electronic analytical and precision balances, Inscale provides science educators and students with weighing scales that are built to last, easy to maintain and simple to use. We can recommend the perfect scale for KS2, KS3 or KS4 school science lessons and also for further and higher education environments.
With a choice of capacity and readability, Inscale’s education weighing machines provide the right amount of precision that’s relevant to all experience levels in science classroom settings, laboratories and field experiments, at prices that suit any budget. Please contact us for more information.
Q: Should I purchase a mechanical or a digital scale for my classroom?
A: That depends on your lesson plan. If your students are young and inexperienced with weighing, a mechanical scale will do just fine in teaching them various applications, and they tend to be sturdy enough to resist mistakes and daily use.
If your students are more advanced and your lesson plan more complex, then a digital scale is usually more precise and they have more options for more sophisticated applications and smaller samples. Digital balances also have much faster results since there is no need to manually set the weight, which comes in handy during short class periods. When students no longer need to learn weighing principles, they are only interested in the result. Having a balance with quick results means your students will be able to be productive through the whole class rather than fiddle with the scale.