Aluminium Cuboid for Buoyancy - cod:4184.95
Ideal for demonstrating the principles of buoyancy. Aluminium parallelogram ideal for the study of the buoyancy.Equipment NeededBuoyancy Balance (code 4184.93)or Tubular Spring Balance (code 4110.03)

Dimensions: 10.0x15.0x10.0 cm
Weight: 0.2 kg
Boyle's Law Apparatus - cod:4187.19
Get started with mechanics of fluids. The essential form of the apparatus gives a natural approach to the empirical basis of Boyle’s Law. It becomes a simple way to approach the experimental...

Size: 130.0x30.0x15.0 cm
Weight: 4.3 kg
Buoyancy Balance - cod:4184.93
Simple and effective instrument to experience buoyancy of air. This apparatus is consits of a polystyrene foam ball suspended on a balance arm and mounted on a PVC stand. When located in a vacuum jar...

Dimensions: 20.0x15.0x20.0 cm
Capillary Tubes - cod:4182.20
Exploring capillarity of various fluids. An easy to use apparatus to investigate capillarity and surface tension in fluids. The apparatus consists of a set of five interconnecting glass tubes of...

Size: 30.0x21.0x8.0 cm
Weight: 0.5 kg
Mounted on base
Communicating Vessels - cod:4180.60
An interesting experiment with connecting vessels. The apparatus is an ideal experiment platform to study the principles of connecting fluid vessels. It consists of a set of four inter-communicating...

Size: 30.0x20.0x10.0 cm
Weight: 0.5 kg
Mounted on base
Demonstration Balance Model - cod:4114.18
Designed to demonstrate levers, static forces and the analytic balance. We developed this as more than just a balance. It is easy to mount thanks to the bench clamp. With the graduated scale you can...

Height: 6.0 cm
Arm length: 10.0 cm
With bench clamp for table mount
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