Anton Paar SNAP 50 digital alcohol meter

Thursday, 09 October, 2014 | Supplied by: Metrohm Australia & New Zealand

Checking alcohol concentration is part of the daily routine in small distilleries. Often traditional measuring instruments such as glass hydrometers are in use, despite being difficult to use and having a tendency to break.

The SNAP 50 is a digital alcohol meter from Anton Paar. The meter checks the alcohol content of two-component mixtures made of water and ethanol over the whole relevant measuring range from 0 to 100% v/v. It therefore replaces all glass hydrometers in use at small distilleries. The sample is taken directly from the storage vessel, the influence of temperature on the result is automatically compensated and the alcohol concentration is displayed within seconds.

With a measuring accuracy of 0.1% v/v alcohol, the product is claimed to be the most accurate digital portable alcohol meter available. With its capability to identify sample names via RFID, store more than 1000 results and print or export these to a PC, the unit provides complete traceability of the results. The meter combines cutting-edge technology in a robust and long-life instrument.

Phone: 02 8899 5200
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