World's Most Accurate 0-40% Brix & 0-25% Alcohol DUAL SCALE Refractometer for Winemakers/Beermakers

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 RHW-25/Brix-40ATC Portable Refractometer

Product Specs:
* 0-25% Potential Alcohol Scale (NOT Finished Alcohol! Alcohol skews ANY refractometer!)
* 0-40% Brix Scale
* Accuracy: +/- 0.5% Al & +/- 0.20% Brix 
* Divisions: 0.5% Al & 0.20% Brix
* Sturdy design, made of Aluminum Included are: a pipette for dropping test fluids onto the prism, a mini screwdriver for scale calibration, and a Users Guide. 

This Unit is better that the 0-32% Brix Models!

One BRAND NEW RHW-25/Brix-40ATC (0-25% Alcohol Scale & 0-40% Brix Scale) Hand held Refractometer in a plastic hard case. All RHW models use ambient light, no battery or power source is required!

This unit has an extra large Brix Scale so you fully test wine grapes, Beer Mash and more! This unit is tailored to those professionals (and home brewers) working in the Wine, Beer and Liqueur Industries. 

The Potential Alcohol scale gives you a "ballpark" number of what your finsihed alcohol will be after fermentation. Excellent unit to double benchmark for quality! FYI - NO REFRACTOMETER READS FINISHED ALCOHOL! This unit allows you to test for Sugar/Sucrose Content in items like Wine Grapes to determine the perfect time for harvest, or the perfect batch blends. The Alcohol scale allows for rapid and simple benchmarking of the original and finished product.

Features ATC (Automatic Temperature Compensation) for accurate readings.

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1 Review

  • 5
    Great Quality Control with Refractometers

    Posted by Charlotte on 17th Jul 2013

    If you do any home brewing or wine-making, these refractometers are very useful tools for determining quality. This particular unit has everything you need to determine alcohol content and precisely when to start and stop your batch. It doesn't even need a battery or light source to operate, and is very intuitive, even if you've never used a refractometer. Once I started taking my beer seriously, I discovered that this is an invaluable tool.

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