Refractometer Alcohol 80% Measurer for Beer, Wort etc- single/dual scale – alcohol concentration meter – handheld
Beer Refractometer 0-80% Brix 1.000-1.120 S.G – Like a Hydrometer
A sugar Refractometer for measuring the specific gravity or Brix of unfermented wort.
This refractometer offers both Brix % and Specific Gravity values, and comes with automatic temperature compensation (ATC).
Just for reference, one of the pictures, and the instruction sheet are for the 0-30% range model, THIS LISTING IS FOR THE 0-80% MODEL, thanks.
A refractometer will allow you to take instant gravity measurements during mash run-off or during the boil. It works like a hydrometer except you only need a few drops and there is no need to cool a trial jar of liquid before taking a reading. Using a refractometer lets you check the progress of your brew so you can make adjustments along the way. A valuable tool for all-grain and extract brewers.
To use, apply 2-3 drops to the prism face, close the cover and wait 30 seconds. Look through the eye-piece – the line on the screen will show the Brix % and Specific Gravity reading.
Includes a hard case.
Automatic Temperature Compensation: 10-30 degrees C
Range: 0-80 Brix, Specific Gravity 1.000-1.120
This Refractometer Measure for Beer Wort etc is specifically created for the beverage industry
Use Brix readings to see the sugar of musts or fruit and help determine finished alcohol readings with the SG scale
Degrees Brix is the sugar content of an aqueous solution. One degree Brix is 1 gram of sucrose in 100 grams of solution and represents the strength of the solution as percentage by mass A sucrose solution with an apparent specific gravity (20°/20°C) of 1.040 would be 9.99325 °Bx or 9.99359
Measuring Range: 0~ 80% Brix Scale
Type 1:0-80 Wort Specific Gravity
Type2 :1.000 ~ 1.120 Wort Specific Gravity
Accuracy: ±0.4% Brix
±0.002 Wort Specific Gravity
Automatic Temperature Compensation (ATC): 10°C – 30°C (50°F – 86°F)
Easy to use :
Simply place about 2-3 drops to the prism face, close cover and make sure the glass has no dry spots or air bubbles. Wait 30 seconds to allow the sample to come to ambient temperature and look through the eyepiece while aiming your refractometer at a light source.