Measuring

  1. pH Strips 5.4-7.0 Litmus Paper Tester Papers - 80 Strips pH Strips 5.4-7.0 Litmus Paper Tester Papers - 80 Strips
    $4.00

    pH Strips 5.4-7.0 Litmus Paper Tester Papers - 80 Strips

    Universal indicator papers used in science experiments and other fields to test the PH of a substance. The indicator paper set comes complete with PH readings in the range of 5.4-7.0. For a better testing effect, please do not expose the paper set to air or sunlight.
  2. Glass trial jar - 100ml
    $15.30

    Glass trial jar - 100ml

    Glass trial jar - 100ml. Suitable for hydrometer readings.
  3. Digital pH Meter
    $95.00

    Digital pH Meter

    This professional pH meter is designed to measure and display both pH levels and temperature with very high accuracy.
  4. Hydrometer, 3 scale
    $12.80

    Hydrometer, 3 scale

    Hydrometer, 3 scale
  5. Alcometer
    $14.90

    Alcometer

    Alcometer (0-100%)
  6. pH Meter
    $39.90

    pH Meter

    Basic pocket-sized pH Meter / Tester with automatic temperature compensation (ATC). Its low cost and easy to use functions make it appealing for brewers of any level. Includes plastic case, small calibration screwdriver, batteries and 6.86 & 4.00 buffer solution sachets.
  7. Wine Thief. Plastic 'The Sampler'
    $13.00

    Wine Thief. Plastic 'The Sampler'

    Wine Thief. Plastic 'The Sampler'
  8. pH 6.86 Buffer Solution Powder for pH Meter
    $1.00

    pH 6.86 Buffer Solution Powder for pH Meter

    pH Buffer powder 6.86 to use for calibration of pH meters. Designed to be used with R.O water at 25 degrees celcius. Add contents to 250ml of water until dissolved.
  9. pH 10.01 Buffer Solution Powder for pH Meter
    $1.00

    pH 10.01 Buffer Solution Powder for pH Meter

    pH Buffer powder 10.01 to use for calibration of pH meters. Designed to be used with R.O water at 25 degrees celcius. Add contents to 250ml of water until dissolved.
  10. Refractometer
    $60.00

    Refractometer

    This is a great tool to more conveniently measure your SG or Brix %. When using a hydrometer, you need to get a trial jar sample of wort when it is near boiling and then wait for the wort to cool before getting a reading. With the refractometer you only need to take a small sample using a spoon or pipette and only wait a few seconds before dropping a very small sample on to your refractometer.