Ludwig Schneider hydrometer made of plastic, HACCP

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The HACCP from Ludwig Schneider

Our analytical instruments can be used in the most diverse work areas. No matter where you work: Our team is sure to have the ideal model for you in its portfolio.

Our customers rely on the precision of Ludwig Schneider equipment.
Thanks to its practical dimensions, this model can also be easily accommodated in your laboratory or workroom.

Optimal results and easy to use

The analytical instrument is also easy to use without lengthy training for your laboratory staff. All important functions and settings can be found in the product description within a few minutes. If the worst comes to the worst, our team will always be at your side for a short start-up help. Just contact us!

Basically, a hydrometer is used in many areas nowadays. They belong to the density measuring instruments and determine exactly the density of different liquids, such as mineral oils, salt water, alcohols or must. Depending on the respective model, the devices also differ in their design, e.g. with regard to size and length, the material (e.g. glass) as well as in the accuracy and type of measurement. We will be pleased to advise you in detail at any time on which is the optimum measuring instrument for your laboratory area.

You can always ask our team of experts for more information about the characteristics of the item.

Would you like to learn more?

Our team of expert advisors will make sure you get the right products for your application. Do you have any questions about our different models, how they work or who makes them?

We will be happy to advise you and can always be reached by telephone on +49 30 2096579 00 or by e-mail at [email protected] We look forward to getting in touch with you!

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Weight 1.3 kg

aus Kunststoff, Density hydrometer, Dichte-Aräometer, made of plastic

Analytical device

Aräometer, Areometer