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Brix Refractometer with ATC

$39.99 $29.99

Brix Scale: 0-32% with 0.2% Scale Division
Specific Gravity Scale: 1.000 ~ 1.120
Material: Aluminum with Rubberized Grip
Calibration: Adjustable Diopter (focusing ring)
Includes: Instruction Manual, Mini Screw Driver, Pipette, and Hard plastic Case

Description

Brix Refractometer with ATC (Automatic Temperature Compensation)

The Brix Refractometer is a hand-held optical device that measures the density of sugars in solution and provides instant gravity readings at any point during mash run-off, boil, post-boil or fermentation. No need to convert the reading from Brix to SG (specific gravity), as the SG is built into the scale. This device automatically adjustments for temperature allowing for quick and frequent gravity checks. Ideal for those who do not wish to deal with temperature compensation necessary with hydrometer readings and unlike a hydrometer, the brix refractometer only requires 2-3 drops.

Features and Benefits:

  • Full range 0 to 32% Brix scale with 0.2% scale division
  • 1.000 ~ 1.120 specific gravity scale for unfermented wort
  • Engineered with sturdy, durable Aluminum body
  • Heavy-duty, lightweight, and built to last
  • Hand held and portable with a nice rubberized grip handle
  • Adjustable diopter (focusing ring) and easy to calibrate
  • Largest and sharpest display scale available
  • Soft and flexible eyepiece for comfortable viewing
  • Provide quick, accurate measurements of aqueous solutions
  • Only requires ambient light source for viewing results

Additional information

Weight .57 lbs
Dimensions 8 × 3.3 × 2.13 in
  1. turek.jake (verified owner)

    Even after calibrating, random tests would be out of whack. Went back to my hydrometer.

    • Dusty Rollers

      Refractometers require some corrections. One that many people don’t realize, is that the reading will be skewed once alcohol is introduced. Not to mention the complex sugars from wort require a correction. These don’t work the same as a hydrometer and people assume they can take an OG and FG and be done with it, but forget to correct the FG reading, which will always read abnormally high, until corrected. Refractometers are better at reading sugar and are best suited for testing gravity during the mash and boil. Not during fermentation. Brewers friend has a calculator and some good info related to this topic. Unless you take the time to make corrections, you’ll get false readings all day long. But with that being said, these are cheap refractometers and you won’t get the same accuracy as you’d get with a $500 unit.

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