$30 0-32% ATC Brix Saccharose Oechsle KMW Refractometer Wine Beer RHB-32sATC
Item Description: RHB-32SATC Portable Brix/Saccharose, Oeschle & KMW (Babo) Refractometer - TRIPLE SCALE - Soft Case unit
This unit is made of durable Aluminum and has a 3-year Warranty!
IDEAL FOR EUROPEAN WINE AND BEER APPLICATIONS!
* TRIPLE SCALES: 0-32% Brix (% Saccharose) Scale, 0-140' Oeschle & 0-27 'Klosterneuberger Mostwaage (KMW/Babo)
* Accurate to: +/- 0.20% Brix, +/- 1'Oe, +/- 0.20 'KMW (Babo)
* Scale Divisions: 0.20% Brix, 1'Oe, 0.20 'KMW (Babo)
* Automatic Temperature Compensation (ATC) 10-30'C - 50-86'F
* Sturdy design, made of durable machined Aluminum, not "carbon" plastic
Included are: a pipette for dropping test fluids onto the prism (never dip the refractometer into the test fluid!), a mini screwdriver for scale calibration, and a User's Guide. Comes in a black nylon zipper case.
One BRAND NEW RHB-32SATC (0-32% Brix/Sacch scale, 1-140'Oe and 0-27 KMW - Babo) Hand Held Refractometer in a blue, foam-lined hard case. This unit is great for the testing of Fruits, Vegetables and Grasses, Wine or Beer makers and for the maintenance of CNC Coolants (Soluble Oils, Semi-Synthetics, Neo-Synthetics and Synthetics) and Water Soluble Drawing & Stamping Compounds.
Fruits, Vegetables and Grasses: This unit will help you monitor the sugar levels of your crops, plants and trees. A valuable tool to help determine if it's the right time for harvest or you need to alter your plant food. Take this item with you to your local farmer's market and buy the best quality! Check out our Garlic Press to help aid in juice extraction!
Metalworking Fluids: Help maintain your coolant levels to improve finishes, extend tool life, elongate your coolant life and save you money! Excellent for Soluble Oils, Semi-Synthetics, and Synthetics! This is THE unit that is used around the world at Boeing, Airbus, Ford Motor Company, Toyota, West Coast Choppers and other manufacturer's big and small! We know coolant! Ask us any question!
Beer & Wine: Must weight is a measure of the amount of sugar in grape juice (must), and hence indicates the amount of alcohol that could be produced if it is all fermented to alcohol, rather than left as residual sugar. While must weight is a commonly used term among wine makers, the physically correct term would be must density.
In Germany it is measured in degrees Oechsle (°Oe) and is an important part of the German wine classification. In France and Canada the measurement is in degrees Brix, and in the United States it is measured as specific gravity. In Austria the Klosterneuburger Mostwaage (KMW) scale is used. The scale is divided into Klosterneuburger Zuckergrade (°KMW). However, the KMW measures the exact sugar content of the must. The Baumé scale is occasionally used in France and by U.S. brewers. Saccharose is an obsolete way to reference sucrose.
In France and many other countries, the grape must density is often recalculated to show potential alcohol, the percent alcohol content that would be the result if the must was fermented to a completely dry wine.
Please be mindful that this order may be subject to import duties. We are not responsible for any fees incurred. Please consult your local Custom agency to understand what your import duties could be (if anything).
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