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Inertia Apparatus

Loop-the-Loop Track Loop-the-Loop Track
1204

The apparatus is used to demonstrate the transformation of potential energy into kinetic energy in a fun and interesting way. Challenge your students to calculate the minimum height that the steel ball can be rolled down the track and still have it complete the loop without breaking contact with the track. The unit measures 420mm x 100mm x 430mm.
Loop-the-Loop Track Loop-the-Loop  Track
S116-3

A riveting demonstration of conservation of energy, conservation of momentum, and projectile motion, the Loop the Loop looks like the track of a rollercoaster. The curved metal track allows you to drop a steel ball from the top and watch the results. Depending on the height at which it is dropped the ball will roll completely around the interior of the track or will drop to the ground. A circular scale is attached to the device for measuring the angle at which the ball drops. Includes two steel balls and instructions.
Size: 110 cm in length
Loop-the-Loop Track Loop-the-Loop Track
S116-2

The apparatus is used to demonstrate the transformation of potential energy into kinetic energy in a fun and interesting way. Challenge your students to calculate the minimum height that the steel ball can be rolled down the track and still have it complete the loop without breaking contact with the track. The unit measures 420mm x 100mm x 430mm.
Loop-the-Loop Track Loop-the-Loop Track
S116-4

The apparatus is used to demonstrate the transformation of potential energy into kinetic energy in a fun and interesting way. Challenge your students to calculate the minimum height that the steel ball can be rolled down the track and still have it complete the loop without breaking contact with the track.
Loop-the-Loop Track Loop-the-Loop Track
116-5

The apparatus is used to demonstrate the transformation of potential energy into kinetic energy in a fun and interesting way. Challenge your students to calculate the minimum height that the steel ball can be rolled down the track and still have it complete the loop without breaking contact with the track.
Mass Force Demonstration Mass Force Demonstration
1369

NEW LOOK! - Rest the plastic ball on top of the plexiglass square that is set on the vertical post. Release the spring and the square shoots out. The ball falls into the concave recession in the post, remaining at rest on top of the post as if nothing happened.
Second Law of Motion Second Law of Motion
1476

This is a cast iron spring driven projectile apparatus.  It demonstrates that a horizontally projected ball and vertically dropped ball land at the same time. The spring device can propel ball to 48" from its starting point. A detachable rod for clamping to a table or stand.
Maxwell's Wheel Maxwell's Wheel
1886

Used for demonstrating momentum, conservation of energy and torque. This unit which is basically a large flywheel is suspended by two strong cords. These cords are wound around the shaft of the wheel and then released. The wheel will unwind as it falls but will wind itself back up as the momentum carries the wheel upward in the opposite direction. This oscillation process will continue for several moments as the wheel slowly lose momentums and travels less each time.
Horizontal Cast and Collision Tester Horizontal Cast and Collision Tester
1889

Here is a unique way to study horizontal and vertical motion, conservation of energy, and momentum. A track mounted to a vertical board directs one or two carts, casting them into a free fall.  A brush projecting from the back side of the carts, marks the path of the cart as it falls. Weights can be added to the carts to study the effects of increased mass on momentum.