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Mettler Toledo™ Balance Enclosures by Labconco™

For safe and efficient weighing

Manufacturer: mettler toledo™  ME3930310

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Catalog No. 01-913-702


Description & Specifications


Depth (English) 29 in.
Depth (Metric) 73.6cm
Certifications/Compliance SEFA 1-2002, ASHRAE 110-1995, ANSI Z9.5-1993
Height (English) Exterior 28.6 in.
Width (English) Exterior 3 ft.
Height (English) 28.6 in.
Width (English) 36 in.
Frame Material Epoxy Coated Aluminum
For Use With (Application) Designed to protect the user during powder weighing operations
Height (English) Sash Opening 8 in.
Monitor Type Guardian™ Jr. airflow monitor
Height (Metric) Sash Opening 20.3cm
Weight (Metric) 63.50kg
Weight (English) 140 lb.
Width (Metric) 91.4cm
For Use With (Equipment) Balances
Product Type Enclosure

Mettler Toledo Enclosures by Labconco are specifically designed to protect the analyst during the weighing process. The patented Clean-Sweep™ air foil will maximize the containment of powders, particulates, and fumes to ensure operator safety. The ergonomic design and interior dimensions make this product ideal for micro and analytical balances, and the granite work surface will provide the greatest stability for products.


  • Glacier white and gray, dry powder epoxy-coated aluminum frame and steel rear plenum and baffle
  • Granite work surface
  • 0.25 in. thick tempered safety glass front sash, sides, and top
  • Internal working depth: 23.4 in.
  • Ergonomic air foil with aerodynamic Clean-Sweep airflow openings maximizes containment
  • Upper containment sash foil directs contaminants away from the operator
  • Upper dilution air supply sweeps clean air to the back of the sash to keep contaminants away from the operator
  • 8 in. sash opening limits exhaust demand


  • Supplied with Guardian™ Jr. Airflow Monitor
  • Continuously monitors airflow with a Green LED that glows when airflow is within range
  • Red LED glows and audible alarm sounds when the airflow is outside the set point range