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H-B Instrument™ Durac™ Salt Brine Plain Form Hydrometers


Choose from two plain form models with ranges from 0 to 100% or 0 to 26.5% to measure sodium chloride saturation of salt brines

Manufacturer: fisher scientific  B61809-0000-RMD

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Catalog No. 13-202-655

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Description & Specifications

Specifications

Accuracy ±1%
Increments 1%
Certifications/Compliance Packaged with a multi-language (English, French, German, Italian, Portuguese, and Spanish) Statement of Accuracy indicating accuracy traceable to NIST. Hand inspected by U.S. quality team in exclusive triple accredited/registered ISO/IEC 17025:2005 and A2LA Accredited Calibration Laboratory; internationally recognized and accepted by the signatory economies of the ILAC /MRA and located in ISO 14001:2004 Environmental Management System registered facility.
Length (Metric) 300mm
For Use With (Application) Used in various industries including food, fishing, and transportation.
Specific Gravity Range 0 to 100%
Recommended Storage Salt Brine hydrometers should be stored in a clean, dry, safe place, and should not be subjected to extreme temperatures.

 

  • 300mm (12 in.) long
  • Lead-free ballast and glass
  • Individually serialized 
  • Temperature standardization: 15°C (60°F)
Applications:
Used  in various industries including food, fishing, and transportation.

Certifications:
Packaged with a multi-language (English, French, German, Italian, Portuguese, and Spanish) Statement of Accuracy indicating accuracy traceable to NIST. Hand inspected by U.S. quality team in exclusive triple accredited/registered ISO/IEC 17025:2005 and A2LA Accredited Calibration Laboratory; internationally recognized and accepted by the signatory economies of the ILAC /MRA and located in ISO 14001:2004 Environmental Management System registered facility.

Storage:
Salt Brine hydrometers should be stored in a clean, dry, safe place, and should not be subjected to extreme temperatures.