Kimble Chase 52112-0910 Short Form Precision Specific Gravity Hydrometer, Graduated from 0.940 Degree-1.010 Degree SG
Super Savings Item! Save 34% on the Kimble Chase 52112-0910 Short Form Precision Specific Gravity Hydrometer, Graduated from 0.940 Degree-1.010 Degree SG by Kimble Chase at The Special Guide. MPN: 52112-0910. Hurry! Limited time offer. Offer valid only while supplies last. The most widely used form of hydrometer, this style is also available in tall form and broad range. This hydrometer meets or exceeds the
The most widely used form of hydrometer, this style is also available in tall form and broad range.
This hydrometer meets or exceeds the requirements in ASTM specification E100, and it is calibrated to ASTM specification E126 to ensure accuracy.
A serial number is printed on the scale and a certificate of traceability is included. The certificate of traceability indicates that the hydrometers are manufactured using devices calibrated using NIST traceable standards.
The ballast is made from steel pellets and a binder, and it is free of heavier metals.
Features & Highlights
- Graduation range of 0.940-1.010 SG
- Graduated in intervals of 0.0001 SG
- Stem OD 5 mm; Body OD 18 mm; Length 165 mm
- Sample volume 140 mL
|Item Weight:||0.11 pounds|
|Package Weight:||0.1 pounds|
|Package Size:||1.5 x 1.18 x 1.18 inches|
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