The Torsion Balance Company was preceded by the Springer Torsion Balance Company, whose Certificate of Incorporation was filed on September 7, 1897. The purposes of that corporation were to "acquire the ownership of patents on scales, balances, automatic discharging meters, and other instruments ofprecision and to manufacture and
Steelmakers base vital decisions on raw-material assays. Accurate weighing is a must. With a new dual-dial torsion balance, they get precise oresample weights in a hurry.
Fast, accurate weighing in bench scale research tests can provide key data affecting iron and steel production. Columbia-Geneva Steel Div., United
Torsion's Dial Balance speeds weighing for control analysis in manufacture of organic products by glyco chemicals
Weighing of waxes, esters and ethoxylated products is now accomplished in 20 per cent less time that previously in the production control laboratory at the Williamsport, Pa., plant of Glyco Chemicals,
In tests of six typical brands, CU turned up disappointing quality, labeling difficulties, and some unsolved technological problems. Today's convenience-minded food processors have barely begun to utilize one of the more popular offspring of the pushbutton age, the aerosol package. The only food product that contributes significantly to the
With sufrace and interfacial phenomena playing an ever-growin role in the study and rating of liquids, news of the development of the compact new Fisher Model 20 Tensiometer is especially timely.
Based on the principles of the noted biochemist, Dr. Pierre Lecompte de Nouy, the Fisher Tensiometer
- Automatic Dampers at beam ends assure quick, positive readings.
- Scientifically-positioned screen with graduated vernier at working level with direct reading to 1/10 mg.
- Specially designed completely new projection apparatus with scientific optical system means sharper, clearer image on screen.
- New, tapered
The Torsion Balance Company has introduced a Class A prescription balance featuring magnetic damping. The Model DRX2 has a capacity of 120 g and a sensitivity of 2 mg. The conventional rider weight and sliding carrier is replaced with a dial graduated in grams and grains. It comes
Conventional beam and slide weight balances are accurate but too slow for large volume laboratory work. Torsion balances speed volume weighing. The new two-dial torsion balances manufactured by The Torsion Balance Company, Clifton, New Jersey, provides both high speed and high accuracy. These units maintain accuracy up to two
Because the Model EA-1 Balance is an electronic instrument and quite different from one pan or constant load optical projection balances, a Torsion Balance Company representative will be responsible for the actual installation of all EA-l's at the customer's facilities. At the time of the installation, he
NEVER BEFORE have balances of such high capacity combined the convenience of dialect-weight operation with the ruggedness of torsion-band design. These new balances—one with 4500-gram, one with 2000-gram capacity—offer fast accurate performance under the most trying laboratory conditions. Like the 8 other patented Torsion balances in the Fisher