160mm, NIST Standards Hydrometer for Baume and Specific Gravity by THERMCO at Conway Pub & Eatery. MPN: NA. Hurry! Limited time offer. Offer valid only while supplies last. 160mm, NIST Standards Hydrometer for Baume and Specific GravityFeatures:Application-Baume and Specific GravityStandards-NISTItem-Hydrometer. Scale-Specific Gravity and Baume. Scale Divisions-0.010/1.0. Range-1.000/1.400 and 0/41. Length-160mm.
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This hydrometer is used to determine proof of ethyl alcohol spirits. Made of lead-free ballast and glass, this 300mm (12'') hydrometer is serialized and has a temperature standardization of 60F (15C). Made according to the Bureau of Internal Revenue, U.S. Treasury Department, the tolerances listed for this hydrometer are those outlined in Circular 555 of the National Bureau of Standards, Testing of Hydrometers. This hydrometer is packaged with a multilanguage (English, French, German, Italian,
By MidNite Solar
mpn: 74274, ean: 7610363000208,
Battery Hydrometer for use on flooded batteries to check specific gravity. * Warranty - 5 yrs. Description: Easy to use battery hydrometer for checking the specific gravity on all ''Flooded'' style batteries..
By SP Scienceware
This DURAC draft survey hydrometer is used for determining the Apparent Density of sea/fresh water. It is used for bulk carrying cargo vessels and helps determine the amount of cargo that can be loaded. Hydrometer is individually serialized and features a metal ballast. Include multi-language (English, French, German, Italian, Portuguese and Spanish) Statement of Accuracy indicating accuracy traceable to NIST and DKD/PTB. Tested and calibrated in our exclusive triple accredited/registered
The Hydrometer is an instrument which is constructed on the Archimedes principle that a solid body displaces its own weight of the liquid in which it floats. Hydrometers can be divided into two general classes; namely for liquids heavier than water and for liquids lighter than water. The base hydrometer scale is Specific Gravity, in which distilled water equals 1.000 as the initial point. Liquids lighter than water are scaled below 1.000 specific gravity and liquids heavier than water are