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Extech Portable Refractometers

Extech Portable Refractometers

Description

Measure the concentration of Sugar, Salt, Lubricants, Antifreeze, Cutting Fluids & more with Extech Portable Refractometers.

Features

  • Easy to operate refractometers provide accurate and repeatable measurements on easy to read scales
  • Automatic temperature compensation models available for sugar, salt, lubricants, cutting fluids, and antifreeze
  • Complete with carrying case and calibration screwdriver
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$99.99
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Details

The Extech Portable Refractometer is easy to operate to provide accurate and repeatable measurements on easy to read scales. The refractometer requires only a 2 or 3 drop of solution. The prism and lens allow for simple focus adjustment.

What's Included:
  • (1) Refractometer
  • (1) Case
  • (1) Plastic pipette
  • (1) Calibration screwdriver
  • (1) Calibration solution
Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
Extech Portable Refractometers RF16 Portable sucrose refractometer
$99.99
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Extech Portable Refractometers RF11 Portable sucrose refractometer with ATC
$114.99
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Extech Portable Refractometers RF18 Portable lubricants/cutting fluids refractometer
$114.99
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Extech Portable Refractometers RF12 Portable lubricants/cutting fluids refractometer with ATC
$114.99
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Extech Portable Refractometers RF10 Portable sucrose refractometer
$99.99
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Extech Portable Refractometers RF15 Portable sucrose refractometer with ATC
$114.99
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Extech Portable Refractometers RF20 Portable salinity refractometer with ATC
$89.99
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Extech Portable Refractometers RF40 Portable battery coolant/glycol refractometer with ATC
$89.99
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Extech Portable Refractometers RF41 Portable battery coolant/glycol refractometer with ATC
$89.99
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Extech Portable Refractometers RF30 Portable triple range general service refractometer
$298.99
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