Weights and weight sets, EC approved


Weights and weight sets at a glance

Weights and weight sets, EC approved

Test weights in brass, iron or cast material (Class M1). With verification certificate on request.


Class Description Measuring range
M1 Brass weights 500/ . . . . 1 g, 2 g, 5 g, 10 g, 20 g, 50 g, 100 g, 200 g, 500 g, 1000 g, 2000 g
M1 Iron/cast-iron weights 510/ . 5 kg, 10 kg, 20 kg, 50 kg
M1 Brass weight sets 5210/ . . . .

500 g: 1 - 2 - 2 - 5 -10 - 10 - 20 - 50 - 100 - 100 - 200 g

1000 g: 1 - 2 - 2 - 5 -10 - 10 - 20 - 50 - 100 - 100 - 200 - 500 g

2000 g: 1 - 2 - 2 - 5 -10 - 10- 20 - 50 - 100 - 100 - 200 - 500 - 1000 g

Test weights

Weights and weight sets, EC approved

RHEWA test weights - the measure of all things when it comes to accuracy

RHEWA has been serving customers with precision scale products and weighing accessories for more than 110 years. Accuracy is much more than an empty phrase plastered all over our promotion materials. For an owner-managed enterprise like ours, precision in the weighing of products or in quality management and assurance is a lived reality, irrespective of the area in which our scales are used. In trade and industry, from metals to food and from chemicals to sensitive laboratory applications - RHEWA weighing instruments can be found in all these areas, working hard in the service of precision every single day. Our test and adjustment weights - available for order in convenient sets - ensure your weighing instruments are 'spot on' and allow you to document and prove this to your customers and end users at all times.

RHEWA test and adjustment weights - setting standards when it comes to checking inspection, measuring and test equipment

Monitoring equipment with test and adjustment weights is a key component of quality assurance that renders the success of your business tangible for the customer. Our test and adjustment weights, which are essential tools in the checking of inspection, measuring and test equipment, help to guarantee and safeguard the high standards of your product portfolios. All the more so, as regular testing is mandatory for obtaining accreditation to DIN ISO standards. Early detection of weighing errors and inaccuracies is possible only if weighing instruments are checked at specific (and set) intervals. Before product batches end up being rejected or customers complain about quantities being wrong. And checking whether your scale is still accurate is child's play with our calibrated test weights. With our checking aids, we guarantee maximum weighing accuracy and thus the highest possible quality standards.

RHEWA test weights - for more accuracy, reliability and assurance when weighing

Whenever products have to be weighed, measured or counted, the monitoring of precision is key part of quality management and assurance. Measurement results must be reproducible. Every item of inspection, measuring and test equipment used by a company falls under the QM certification process and therefore has to be subjected to documented checks. Yet that is not the only thing that counts for you and for us. Weighing instruments that work accurately and whose precision has been documented using adjustment or test weights also serve as evidence where doubt exists in questions of product liability. Weighing instrument checks should therefore not be considered 'bothersome obligations', on the contrary, they help you and your business.

RHEWA test weights - we deliver precise weighing results

We are at home in all areas relating to weighing, counting and measuring. This has been our core competency for over a century. With our experience, we also help you to ensure compliance with the regulations. But what do the regulations say when it comes to weighing or measuring results?

  • Every weighing instrument or measuring device is to be inspected, tested and serviced.
  • All metrological properties and parameters must be transparent and known
  • Weighing instruments must be checked using test weights in accordance with their frequency of use and, if necessary, adjusted
  • All test and adjustment weights must meet international standards
  • Test weights must be calibrated and require, as evidence of this, a calibration certificate, for example
  • Companies are required to set deadlines for the inspection and testing of weighing instruments
  • All test records, calibration certificates and other required documentation must be kept on file

Regular inspections of weighing instruments build trust among customers, thus making you significantly more competitive! Do not hesitate to contact us and our specialists if you have any questions regarding the inspection and testing of your weighing instruments. We'll be happy to help! Trust us and challenge us!