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Sugar and alcohol meter 0-25% Lenght: 50.0(mm)
Wine alcohol meter, measure at the end of fermentation.It is used for determining the concentration of alcohol in dry wines. Accuracy of 3%.Range: 0% - 25%
Wine and beer alcohol meterRange: 0% - 18.2% Measur the density, the amount of sugar and the potential alcohol % level. Length: 26 cm
Multimeter/wine (sugar scale) hydrometer Attend for measuring sugar and alocol in wine or beer in Balling's scale. One degree of Balling (1°Blg) matches 10g of sugar per 1 l of juice. This product is clarified in 20°C. Size: 24.5cm x 2cm x 2cm
The ideal hydrometer for all wine and beermakers. With 3 coloured scales: density, sugar content and potential alcohol degree. Range: 0.990-1.170 S.G. 0-360 g/l sugar. 0-20 % vol. pot. alcohol content. Large accurate model. Length: 26 cm
The lightweight portable REF2 refractometer is a precise optical instrument which enables direct scale read-out of the following: sugar concentration (max. range: 0-40%) in fruit juice, must, stum and brewer's wort., potential alcohol content (max. range: 0-25%) in a wine or beer batch.
Refractometer ALCOHOL 0 - 80%: * Model specially for distilleries and liqueur producers. * Just a few drops allows the determining of the alcohol level in your distillates without sugar. * Large range: 0 - 80 vol.%, per 1 %.
Refractometer WINE 0° - 170°OE/ 0 - 25 vol.% with ATC: * Model specially for winemakers with automatic temperature correction between 10 and 30°C. * Allows the fast measuring of the sugar level and potential alcohol level of your liquor. * 2 scales: 0 - 170°Oechsle/1° 0 - 25 vol.% alcohol/1 %,
Refractometer BEER 0 - 18° Plato with ATC: * Model specially for beer brewers. * Ideal for checking your wort during reducing, as well as monitoring the rinsing of the brewers' grain. * Scale 0 - 18°, per 0.1°. * With automatic temperature correction between 10 and 30°C.