I have been researching electronic balance scales for use in measuring ingredients for titration and brewing. The Boreal balances at Edmund Scientific caught my eye. I need some advice as to what range of scale is most useful. I think the lower limit probably does not need to be lower than .1 gram. What should the upper limit be?
500g, 1000g, 2000g?
I will also want to use the scale for measuring moisture content in wood for a dry kiln but that might be a topic for a different forum..
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I think its easier to do it in 1 or 2 liters, not a gallon. Check this out :
1 litre oil- new or used
NaOH (lye / caustic soda), at least 6g.
--Used as a drain cleaner and can often be found next to the Drano.
Methanol at least 250ml.
--HEET® Gas- Line Antifreeze in the yellow bottle is methanol and readly available in most auto supply stores in the USA.
Hope this helps,
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I saw this when I made my test batch. I just hate dealing with metrics. I figured someone would have converted it over to standard form for us mentally challenged persons. /ubbthreads/images/graemlins/biggrin.gif Thanks.