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Blue lye reagent refill 100 ml
Refill for acid measuring device (acidometer). Content: 100 ml. High quality.

€3.75*

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Blue lye reagent refill 250 ml
Refill for acid measuring device (acidometer). Content: 250 ml. High quality.

€6.75*

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Burette with faucet 25 ml
Glass burette, for mounting on a tripod with clip. Measurement division indicated per ml, sub-divided into 1/10 ml.  With graduation and faucet.  Content: 25 ml.

€44.95*

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Spray Bottle Plastic with Drop Cap 160 ml
Spray Bottle Plastic with Drop Cap 160 ml

€1.40*

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Litmus paper for acid measuring device / acidometer 20 strips
Llitmus paper refill for use with acid measuring device / acidometer. To check if the added amount of blue lye is correct. Contents bag: 20 pc. Orange colouring = too little blue lye  no discoloration = OK  blue discoloration = too much blue lye added

€3.95*

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Blue lye reagent refill 1000 ml
Refill for acid measuring device (acidometer). Content: 1000 ml. High quality.

€13.75*

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Glass cylinder Acidometer | Acid measuring device replacement glass
Mmeasuring glass (glass) for Acidometer/Acid measuring device. The acidity in winemaking is the display of the number of grams of acid in wine or juice expressed in grams of tartaric acid per liter, only measurable with blue lye. What is pH? pH is measuring the concentration of free hydrogen ions in a liquid. The pH scale runs from 1 to 14, the pH of pure water is 7. A liquid that has a larger concentration of hydrogen ions than pure water is acidic and has a pH lower than 7. A liquid with a smaller concentration of hydrogen ions is basic and has a pH value larger than 7. A pH meter is to be used in combination with blue lye: Instead of adding blue lye to change the colour to blue add blue lye to pH 7.00. This method is more accurate and better readable for f.e. red juices . The combination pH-meter, blue lye and automatic burette is a professional setup to accurately measure the acidity.

€8.95*

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Spray Bottle Plastic with Drop Cap 80 ml
Spray Bottle Plastic with Drop Cap 80 ml

€0.85*

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Spray bottle plastic red dripper cap 40 ml
Spray bottle plastic red dripper cap content 40 ml

€0.75*

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Iodine reagent for sulfite determination 100 ml
With this iodine solution it is possible to determine the sulfite percentage of liquids together with the acidometer. For the determination of the free sulfite percentage (SO2), by means of the Acidometer. Please note: this product is only suitable for the measurement of the SO2 percentage in wines without Ascorbic acid. The iodine solution is perishable.  Bottle content 100 ml.

€7.95*

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Acidometer/Acid measuring device for acid value determination
Complete Acidometer / Acid measurement set with special measuring glass, test strips, blue lye, 2 drop of pipettes and comprehensive instructions to accurately determine the acidity of must or juice. Simple and fast to use. Content: Special measuring glass  Two plastic drop counters  100 ml blue lye-solution Controlestrips omslagpunt provision for  Extensive user manual  Method: Titration method, accurate read out on 0.2 grams of acid per liter. Instructions for use when measuring acidity: Fill the glass up to the dash "0" with the liquid to be measured. Drop blue lye until the colour turns blue (after shaking well regularly).  Read the acidity directly by the indicated number.  Also suitable for free sulfite determination, but in that case with iodine solution.  Instructions for use when measuring the sulfite component: Fill the acidometer up to the 0 mark with most of wine.  Add the iodine solution to the solution until it stays blue for 10 seconds.  The amount of added iodine solution x 10 = the number of mg free sulphite.  This works for small quantities. For a free sulphite content of 25 mg one adds 2.5 ml iodine solution.  The quantity found includes reductonen and ascorbic acid, which also react with the iodine solution. But if you keep on the safe side, e.g. at pH 3.2 and a sulfite content of 40 mg, then the presence of reductonen and ascorbic acid can stay out of the equation. Can I measure the pH instead of the acidity of my most? No, the acidity in winemaking is the display of the number of grams of acid in your wine/juice that usually is expressed in grams of tartaric acid per liter. This can only be measured with blue lye. What is pH? pH is measuring the concentration of free hydrogen ions in a liquid. The pH scale runs from 1 to 14, the pH of pure water is 7. A liquid that has a larger concentration of hydrogen ions than pure water is acidic and has a pH lower than 7. A liquid with a smaller concentration of hydrogen ions is basic and has a pH value larger than 7. A pH meter can to be used in combination with blue lye: Instead of adding blue lye to change the colour to blue add blue lye to pH 7.00. This method is more accurate and for better readable for f.e. red juices. The combination pH-meter, blue lye and automatic burette is a professional setup to accurately measure the acidity.

€15.95*

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Litmus paper for acidometer 100 strips
Refill litmus paper for use with acid meter/acidometer. To check if the added amount of blue lye is correct. Content of bag: 100 pc. orange colouring = too little blue lye  no discoloration = OK  blue discoloration = too much blue lye added

€12.95*

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