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AP7000 - $48.95
Clearly demonstrate simple harmonic motion and the conservation of energy with this large, easy-to-see pendulum setup. Students will unmistakably see the pendulum swing evenly from side to side in simple harmonic motion. Use the Flinn PSworks Photogate...
AP7002 - $113.35
Wow-look at that marble roll! This fun, hands-on equipment allows students to perform experiments on a roller coaster without leaving the classroom. Students will gain a clear understanding of the conservation of energy, potential energy, kinetic energy,...
AP7071 - $98.05
Two-in-one dynamics apparatus! Using the PSworks Photogate Timer, students record the transit times of a marble at different positions along the marble ramp. A convenient catcher at the bottom of the ramp stops the ball after each trial. A second experiment...
AP7001 - $49.40
Easily illustrate the concepts of balance and rotational motion with this long, 60-cm lever arm. Students can now effortlessly experiment with first-, second- and third-class levers and see the relationships between distance, mass and the position...
AP7003 - $170.40
Explore the fundamentals of force and motion with the Flinn PSworks Carriage and Ramp. With this apparatus, students study Newton's laws of motion in action and understand the relationships between distance, time, speed, and acceleration. Students...
AP7069 - $113.75
Learn more about kinetic energy using these curving conservation of energy tracks! Will the track with the steep incline produce a ball with more kinetic energy than the straight track? Line up the catching curve at the bottom of one of the tracks,...
AP6998 - $316.70
Finally—an inexpensive and accurate photogate timer for all your high-speed timing needs! Measure time to 0.0001 seconds with no fuss. The Flinn PSworks Photogate Timer is easy-to-use with five common function modes specifically used in the physical...
AP6999 - $101.65
This stand is required to support all Flinn PSworks equipment. Anodized aluminum pole stands 1-meter tall, and has 19 holes spaced 50-mm apart. Solid hardwood base has three adjustable leveling feet. Wrench or pliers are needed to secure the pole to...
AP5612 - $56.70
This timer provides great accuracy as well as mounting versatility. The built-in, two-way, ring-stand-clamp holes allow for easy setup on an upright support rod or cross bar. The timer unit works like a clock, producing 60 dots per second on a moving...
AP5613 - $4.10
This timer provides great accuracy as well as mounting versatility. The built-in, two-way, ring-stand-clamp holes allow for easy setup on an upright support rod or cross bar. The timer unit works like a clock, producing 60 dots per second on a moving...
AP5614 - $4.80
This timer provides great accuracy as well as mounting versatility. The built-in, two-way, ring-stand-clamp holes allow for easy setup on an upright support rod or cross bar. The timer unit works like a clock, producing 60 dots per second on a moving...
AP6465 - $84.05
This simple device will help your students visualize their mathematical predictions about circular acceleration. Just spin the apparatus and watch the flat water surface change into a predictable parabolic curve. The speed of the spinning will change...
AP9221 - $79.50
Acceleration timer produces precisely 60 dots per second on a moving strip of paper. Demonstrate increases in velocity and precisely calculate acceleration, drag, and friction by measuring the interval between a series of dots. Includes paper, carbon...
AP9222 - $5.15
Acceleration timer produces precisely 60 dots per second on a moving strip of paper. Demonstrate increases in velocity and precisely calculate acceleration, drag, and friction by measuring the interval between a series of dots. Includes paper, carbon...
AP9224 - $30.85
A portable, durable accelerometer/altimeter for field use. A locking mechanism stores current readings until they can be recorded. Accelerometer display is printed with both degrees and units of acceleration (in G) so you can measure altitudes or...
AP9245 - $48.10
Powered by two 1.5-V “D” cell batteries, this timer can be clamped down anywhere in the laboratory. The 13 mm wide paper is guided over a striking surface at a rate between 30 to 50 marks per second. The rate can be slowed by inserting an aluminum...
AP6397 - $705.15
Is friction making your dynamics demonstrations sluggish? Do students have difficulty seeing that energy is conserved? Improve your laws of motion experiments with this top-quality air table. The durable air pucks will accurately show Newton's laws...
AP6411 - $10.10
Successfully correct the pitch of unlevel air tables and air tracks. When the air bubble floats in the center of the bull's-eye, the equipment is horizontally level. No more guessing! Accurate to within one degree in every direction. Includes a mounting...
AP6487 - $74.90
Vividly illustrate acceleration with this large-scale inclined plane. Attach the wire cable to the edges of the blackboard, or string it between the walls of the classroom. The low-friction pulleys give the durable, plastic trolley a smooth ride along...
AP4637 - $87.80
A classic attention-getter that gives key motion concepts visual meaning. Simple to operate-just place the ball in the spring-loaded cylinder and set the car in motion on a smooth, level surface. A quick pull on the release pin causes the ball to fly...
AP6495 - $39.90
Finally! An inexpensive Atwood's machine that successfully measures the acceleration due to gravity. It's also a perfect device to effectively teach Newton's second law of motion, friction, rotational inertia and measurement accuracy. Simply hang two...
AP5626 - $3.05
Drilled balls are used for pendulum bobs or impact experiments. Other balls are suitable for collision experiments and density/volume experiments.
AP5801 - $5.50
Drilled balls are used for pendulum bobs or impact experiments. Other balls are suitable for collision experiments and density/volume experiments.
AP5802 - $6.50
Drilled balls are used for pendulum bobs or impact experiments. Other balls are suitable for collision experiments and density/volume experiments.
AP5803 - $8.00
Drilled balls are used for pendulum bobs or impact experiments. Other balls are suitable for collision experiments and density/volume experiments.
AP5804 - $9.90
Drilled balls are used for pendulum bobs or impact experiments. Other balls are suitable for collision experiments and density/volume experiments.
AP5805 - $10.15
Drilled balls are used for pendulum bobs or impact experiments. Other balls are suitable for collision experiments and density/volume experiments.
AP5806 - $10.25
Drilled balls are used for pendulum bobs or impact experiments. Other balls are suitable for collision experiments and density/volume experiments.
AP5807 - $3.05
Drilled balls are used for pendulum bobs or impact experiments. Other balls are suitable for collision experiments and density/volume experiments.
AP5808 - $3.55
Drilled balls are used for pendulum bobs or impact experiments. Other balls are suitable for collision experiments and density/volume experiments.
AP5809 - $5.95
Drilled balls are used for pendulum bobs or impact experiments. Other balls are suitable for collision experiments and density/volume experiments.
AP5810 - $9.00
Drilled balls are used for pendulum bobs or impact experiments. Other balls are suitable for collision experiments and density/volume experiments.
AP5811 - $9.30
Drilled balls are used for pendulum bobs or impact experiments. Other balls are suitable for collision experiments and density/volume experiments.
AP5812 - $5.25
Drilled balls are used for pendulum bobs or impact experiments. Other balls are suitable for collision experiments and density/volume experiments.
AP5813 - $5.90
Drilled balls are used for pendulum bobs or impact experiments. Other balls are suitable for collision experiments and density/volume experiments.
AP5814 - $6.05
Drilled balls are used for pendulum bobs or impact experiments. Other balls are suitable for collision experiments and density/volume experiments.
AP5815 - $2.02
Drilled balls are used for pendulum bobs or impact experiments. Other balls are suitable for collision experiments and density/volume experiments.
AP5816 - $2.65
Drilled balls are used for pendulum bobs or impact experiments. Other balls are suitable for collision experiments and density/volume experiments.
AP5817 - $1.47
Drilled balls are used for pendulum bobs or impact experiments. Other balls are suitable for collision experiments and density/volume experiments.
AP5818 - $1.55
Drilled balls are used for pendulum bobs or impact experiments. Other balls are suitable for collision experiments and density/volume experiments.
AP5819 - $1.66
Drilled balls are used for pendulum bobs or impact experiments. Other balls are suitable for collision experiments and density/volume experiments.
AP5820 - $1.44
Drilled balls are used for pendulum bobs or impact experiments. Other balls are suitable for collision experiments and density/volume experiments.
AP6057 - $59.80
A convenient set of drilled balls for all your pendulum experiments. Each ball is 25 mm in diameter and has a 3-mm hole drilled exactly through the center. The set of twelve includes two each of brass, aluminum, steel, cork, wood, and copper. The ball...
AP6927 - $39.60
It's the return of the space race! Challenge your students to build a balloon “rocket” that will travel across the classroom. This hands-on, inquiry-based lab will teach students how to design an experiment as they investigate Newton's laws of motion...
AP4534 - $23.70
Low-cost general purpose cart for motion and force experiments. Cart is constructed of a durable I-beam plastic body with steel ball-bearing wheels. Assembly and use instructions provided. Works great with the Economy Choice Inclined Plane AP4535.
AP5625 - $22.65
Crash one ball in a group of four balls and only one ball shoots out. Smash it faster into the group of balls and still only one ball shoots out. Why don't two or three? Students learn the fundamentals of the laws of conservation of energy and momentum...
AP6473 - $123.50
Three demonstrations in one! Study 2-dimensional collisions between two moving balls and conservation of linear momentum with these unique cycloidal ramps. Our collider will enhance your students’ understanding of elastic collisions, momentum, projectile...
AP6869 - $140.05
Crash one ball in a group of four balls and only one ball shoots out. Smash it faster into the group of balls and still only one ball shoots out. Why don't two or three? Students learn the fundamentals of the laws of conservation of energy and momentum...
AP6915 - $54.50
Blast off to new heights! Place a marble on top of a basketball, drop them together, and the marble will shoot up to the ceiling-a real eye-opener! In this unique hands-on laboratory activity, students perform this double-ball drop and experiment with...
AP5627 - $33.55
This simple vehicle provides the constant speed with zero acceleration you need to illustrate numerous physical science phenomena. Your friction, vector, energy and power units all require this device. It is extremely rugged and will withstand the...
AP5632 - $29.00
A scaled-down system perfect for teaching all the basics, but easy on the budget. Excellent for teaching velocity, acceleration, Newton's first and second laws, friction, and the conservation of momentum and energy. The tough plastic carts have attachable...
AP5633 - $97.60
Capable of carrying big payloads (bricks!) these dynamic carts will be just as their name implies-dynamic! When collision variables are magnified to the size of bricks, they make an impression on students! Each car is supplied with one lightweight...
AP6481 - $78.50
How does a propeller move an airplane? With this cart, students study the force generated by a motorized fan to learn about thrust, drag, air pressure, and Bernoulli's principle. Attach the sail and students will learn about Newton's law of action-reaction....
AP9165 - $24.60
Study the conservation of momentum and the conservation of energy in collisions. Demonstrate the differences between elastic and inelastic collisions. The Collision in Two Dimensions apparatus works by holding a steel ball at the top of a curved aluminum...
AP9278 - $93.00
Perform experiments that illustrate elastic and inelastic collisions, conservation of momentum, and Newton's laws of motion. This set of two carts is constructed with solid stained wood bodies, plastic tops, and sturdy end plates. Low friction, ball-bearing...
AP4670 - $87.95
Objects fall with the same acceleration-don't they? Watch and compare the falling acceleration rate of a feather and a guinea (coin) with air resistance and in a vacuum using this clear acrylic demonstration tube. The results are unforgettable! The...
AP5644 - $36.35
Clever device for numerous collision/friction/gravity experiments. The four-position, spring-trigger device allows for controlled and repeatable force applications to the 1" steel balls and/or friction block. Place one ball at the trigger and...
AP5646 - $84.45
Have your students duplicate one of the most famous experiments in physics. Have them prove acceleration = distance/time2. Students measure time using a water clock (Galileo's invention). They use the water clock to time the roll of a steel ball down...
AP1971 - $14.05
One rubber ball will bounce very high; the other rubber ball will hit the ground and not bounce. They look the same, but they are different. Explore polymer chemistry with the Happy/Sad Balls. One Happy and one Sad Ball are included in each package....
AP4538 - $17.50
Demonstrate Newton's First Law of Motion-a body at rest tends to remain at rest. When the metal spring bar is snapped, the cardboard square is shot through the air while the metal ball remains in place on the stand.
AP6037 - $32.60
Dual-purpose, heavy-duty zinc ball can double as a pendulum bob or as the key element in a dramatic inertia demonstration. Use one of the provided eyelets, attach a string, suspend the bob, and you have a large demonstration pendulum. Attach another...
AP6532 - $13.15
At last! A high-quality, low-friction Hall's carriage that's within your budget. Rolls smoothly and effortlessly with even the smallest push. An excellent choice for all your Newton's laws, momentum and energy experiments. Carriage and wheels are made...
AP9271 - $26.35
Top quality carriage made of high impact plastic. Machined, aluminum wheels are mounted on hardened steel cone bearings to ensure minimal friction and long life. Dimensions: 14 x 6.5 cm.
AP6282 - $35.30
What determines the period of a pendulum's swing? Is it the weight of the plumb bob, the length of the pendulum, or the height at which it is set in motion? Flinn's quick and easy setup allows students to run a variety of experiments to discover the...
AP6839 - $34.80
Demonstrate the conservation of energy with a real classic! Hold a heavy bowling ball pendulum against the tip of your nose. Release the bowling ball without moving your head and allow it to swing through its pendulum arc. The students' shock and fear...
AP7110 - $54.80
Finally, an affordable ballistic pendulum that works great too! Effectively demonstrate the conservation of momentum, calculate the initial velocity of a projectile, or determine the potential energy of a spring. Shoot the ball into a pendulum ball...
AP6838 - $47.90
Amazing! A slow-moving ball bearing collides with a magnet-ball bearing system, knocking away the last ball in the series, obeying the conservation of momentum. One problem-the knocked-away ball appears to shoot at nearly three times the original speed!...
AP6913 - $31.70
This classic demonstrator is perfect for illustrating Newton's laws of motion and the conservation of momentum. The large swinging balls can be manually aligned to produce nearly perfect elastic collisions. High-quality wooden construction will last...
AP7039 - $23.20
Visibly demonstrate the parabolic path of a projectile with this simple model. Use the model to illustrate many concepts in dynamics. Small weights hang at different distances below a meter stick to show how the location of an object changes every...
AP5695 - $25.65
Suspend three pendulums at one time with this specially designed pendulum clamp. Its rigid support arm is screwed to a rod clamp to assure perpendicular rigidity and stability throughout your experiments. You can be assured that your pendulum recordings...
AP5696 - $125.70
Easy to set up, repeatable results, unbreakable. These are the qualities you need in an apparatus for your projectile motion experiments. This all-metal launcher can be clamped to any lab table, at any angle from -15º to 90º, in a matter of seconds....
AP6413 - $5.30
Accurately measure tilt angles for inclined planes or projectile-launching devices with these inexpensive plumb bobs. Simply tie theplumb bob to a string and secure the string to the angled apparatus. Then, measure the angle between the vertically...
AP6917 - $82.35
It's time to get moving! Explore Newton's laws of motion and get everyone involved with this classroom set of 30 air pucks. No need for an air table-the pucks float on a cushion of air above any smooth, flat surface as a result of air escaping from...
AP9211 - $23.05
Demonstrate that for every action there is an equal and opposite reaction. Lift and drop one ball to see one ball pop out from the other side. Lift two balls and two pop out. Leave this popular “toy” on your desk for a school year of enjoyment and...
AP5619 - $41.75
Effectively and economically explore the laws of motion without an air table. Study inertia, constant velocity and acceleration, and collisions in two dimensions. Air escaping from the inflated balloons allows these plastic pucks to levitate above...
AP6624 - $109.30
Shooting rubber bands is a favorite pastime for many students. Now, give your students the chance to safely use their rubber band firing skills while learning about the properties of falling objects and projectile motion. This is a laboratory experience...
AP4737 - $37.95
An ingenious and entertaining way to demonstrate Newton's second law of motion. Have students predict which ball will hit the floor first. Then have them close their eyes and listen. Much to their surprise both balls hit the floor at precisely the...
AP6439 - $69.55
A classic! A vivid demonstration of Newton's second law of motion that students will never forget. Aim a stun dart directly at a monkey sitting in a tree. The monkey jumps from the tree branch just as the dart is released. Will the dart hit the falling...
AP6482 - $41.45
How does a sailboat travel upwind? Students use wind power to study Newton's law of action–reaction and learn that forces are vectors—with both magnitude and direction. By changing the angle of the sail and the direction of the wind, students will...
AP6933 - $60.30
Ever wonder how a sailboat travels into the wind? Investigate the science behind this remarkable feat by building and experimenting with a basic sail car. This fun, hands-on activity provides a real-world application of Newton's third law—also called...
AP6934 - $9.65
Ever wonder how a sailboat travels into the wind? Investigate the science behind this remarkable feat by building and experimenting with a basic sail car. This fun, hands-on activity provides a real-world application of Newton's third law—also called...
AP6032 - $36.70
The “Speed of Bubble” Tube Set consists of three rugged, sealed, transparent plastic tubes containing colored fluids of three different viscosities. The bubble in each tube rises at a constant speed which depends on the type of fluid, the angle at...
AP6907 - $16.10
In the Middle Ages, the trebuchet was used to hurl stones hundreds of feet farther than any catapult. Now, in the 21st Century, students can quickly build a desktop-size model and discover for themselves why this device was so effective. With this...
AP9231 - $57.25
Accurately study the path of a projectile. A steel ball is launched from a ramp and collides with a target plate equipped with marking paper to record the point of contact. The target plate is moveable to different positions to plot the trajectory...
TC1552 - $91.20
Accurately study the path of a projectile. A steel ball is launched from a ramp and collides with a target plate equipped with marking paper to record the point of contact. The target plate is moveable to different positions to plot the trajectory......
TC1553 - $112.25
Accurately study the path of a projectile. A steel ball is launched from a ramp and collides with a target plate equipped with marking paper to record the point of contact. The target plate is moveable to different positions to plot the trajectory.........
TC1554 - $30.00
Accurately study the path of a projectile. A steel ball is launched from a ramp and collides with a target plate equipped with marking paper to record the point of contact. The target plate is moveable to different positions to plot the trajectory............
AP7109 - $48.15
Effectively demonstrate the conservation of energy as potential energy is converted into kinetic energy. How high must the ball begin on the track in order to make it all the way around the loop? An excellent demonstration to begin a discussion about...
AP7297 - $52.60
You have to do this experiment in your physical science class to dispel the most common myth about falling objects and gravity. Re-create Galileo’s legendary Leaning Tower of Pisa experiment with the unique gravity-drop apparatus. According to legend,...
AP7851 - $200.00
More action and faster speeds! Race around 90° turns and cross-overs, down chutes and around tight curves. Motor-driven conveyor wheel and stage conveyor transport balls back up to the top. Then the balls are released for a twisty path through loops,...
AP7864 - $25.10
A lot can be learned from building a trebuchet—especially da Vinci’s trebuchet! Leonardo da Vinci designed a trebuchet with the swing arm attached to a single pole, which was different from other trebuchets of the time. Create a functional recreation...
AP7939 - $9.75
Accurately measure tilt angles for inclined planes or projectile-launching devices with these inexpensive plumb bobs. Simply tie theplumb bob to a string and secure the string to the angled apparatus. Then, measure the angle between the vertically...
TC1595 - $384.00
This dynamic track is the highest quality we've ever tested! Use this track with the included Vernier carts and obtain amazingly accurate results when studying the laws of motion. Coated with a clear anodized finish, this track provides lower friction...
TC1603 - $239.00
This dynamic track is the highest quality we've ever tested! Use this track with the included Vernier carts and obtain amazingly accurate results when studying the laws of motion. Coated with a clear anodized finish, this track provides lower friction...
TC1596 - $94.00
Fan Cart has three speeds for studying the effect of variable thrust. Two mass bars let you change the total mass of the cart to observe how mass affects acceleration. The fans turn on a protractor base, allowing the thrust to be directed at a known...
TC1597 - $199.00
Fan Cart has three speeds for studying the effect of variable thrust. Two mass bars let you change the total mass of the cart to observe how mass affects acceleration. The fans turn on a protractor base, allowing the thrust to be directed at a known...
TC1598 - $169.00
Includes parts that snap directly onto the track, so they can be left in place while the track is moved and adjusted. Includes three lenses permanently mounted to plastic supports, which makes for adjusting the distance between the lenses and light...
AP8192 - $220.00
More action and faster speeds! Race around 90° turns and cross-overs, down chutes and around tight curves. Motor-driven conveyor wheel and stage conveyor transport balls back up to the top. Then the balls are released for a twisty path through loops,...
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