Sap Hydrometer, 0 – 12 BRIX
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Sap Hydrometer, 12″ length, 0–12 Brix

$32.00

This 12″ long sap hydrometer is used to measure the sugar content of maple sap.

  • 0–12 BRIX scale (scale is high enough to use with most RO sap)
  • Compliant with Vermont specs
  • Calibrated at 38º F
  • Traceable serial numbers 
  • Compliant with ASTM (American Society for Testing and Materials)
  • Highly legible scale
  • Made in the USA
  • Free shipping
  • Temperature Compensation Chart
Quantity Price
1 $32.00
2+ $28.00
SKU: BR-SAP12 Categories: , Tags: ,

Description

This 12″ long sap hydrometer is used to measure the sugar content of maple sap. The scale reads from 0–12 BRIX and is calibrated at 38ºF. This hydrometer works great with an Extra Tall Test Cup.

Comparing Sap Hydrometers

Hydrometer Terms: Due to their fragility, hydrometers are non-returnable and non-exchangeable.

Smoky Lake will replace any hydrometer with an obvious craftsmanship issue (such as a pinhole or a slipped paper in a GOLD series) or any hydrometer that experiences shipping damage, as long as it is reported immediately upon receipt of the shipment. Due to the inherent fragility of glass, we are unable to warranty any used hydrometers. For this reason, it is the consumer’s responsibility to inspect and report any concerns immediately upon receiving their shipment, and BEFORE using the hydrometer. This is our policy and it allows us to serve you best. Thank you for understanding.

Smoky Lake stands behind the quality and craftsmanship of these hydrometers. In the rare instance you experience a quality concern or shipping damage, please Contact Us Here IMMEDIATELY upon receipt of the package. Please provide photos of the issue, your order number and the serial number on the hydrometer, and we’ll be happy to help.

Additional information

Weight 1 lbs
Dimensions 16 × 6 × 6 in

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