Lab Grade Hydrometer 1.060-1.130

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SKU# 40826

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A precision alcohol hydrometer for measuring gravity. This is a great range for measuring original gravities, even for big meads and wines. Calibrated to 60 degrees F with .0005 resolution.

We also recommend our Mad Brewer Upgrade Kit or Brewery Essentials Gravity Testing Kit.
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A precision hydrometer for measuring gravity. This is a great range for measuring original gravities, even for big meads and wines. Calibrated to 60 degrees F with .0005 resolution.

We also recommend our Mad Brewer Upgrade Kit or Brewery Essentials Gravity Testing Kit.
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The Hydrometer in the picture is not the hydrometer the video explains how to use. I understand the purpose of the hydrometer but not the scale on this hydrometer. do you have any instructions that explain this particular hydrometer?
R R on Jan 3, 2016
BEST ANSWER: Hello Robert,

Thank you for choosing Northern Brewer! So that hydrometer would follow the same instructions, but the scale is only one portion of scale seen on the hydrometer in the video. This hydrometer would not take readings for certain levels of sugar, it will however give a more accurate reading if the gravity is in the range 1.060-1.130. To get a full scale reading from OG to FG, you would need a set of 3 lab grade hydrometers http://www.northernbrewer.com/brewing/brewing-equipment/testing-measuring/hydrometers-refractometers/brewery-essentials-advanced-gravity-testing-assembly

Each one of these hydrometers are calibrated to a certain portion of the scale shown in the video. The set of hydrometers will still be used the same, the scale will be read the same, but a different hydrometer will be used in different situations/densities of sugars. I hope that this makes sense! Have a great day!

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