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Specific gravity cup, 100 mL capacity, 0.5% volume tolerance, for British use

Mfr# WG-SS-100  |   Item# EW-38000-20

$290.00 USD/EACH

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  • Quickly determine specific gravity or weight per gallon
Use these precision-made stainless steel cups with your laboratory balance to determine specific gravity or pounds per gallon. Simply tare balance to cup weight, then weigh cup filled with sample. Order cups for U.S. Standard or British Standard determinations. All cups meet MIL STD 45662A and are NIST-traceable.
Product Type British standard
Volume tolerance ±0.5%
Weight (with water) 243 g
Dimensions 78.3 mm H x 44.5 mm OD
Capacity 100 mL
Model WG-SS-100
Qty/ea 1
Manufacturer number WG-SS-100

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    • Q:

      What are the recommended applications for using this sort of cup, vs the glass Gay-Lussac Bottles ? We would be using it for sauces, mayonnaise, salad dressings. How do you use it?
      Asked on 6/27/2011 by QA tech from New Zealand

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        Generally more viscous items are not tested in the Gay-Lussac bottles as they can be hard to get clean. You tare a balance with the cup and lid, fill the cup with a little more than needed, then use the lid to squeeze out excess air, wipe the excess off the lid as it comes our the small hole, weigh the filled cup and lid, then use that weight to determine the weight per gallon or per liter depending on your unit of measure.

        Answered on 6/28/2011 by Jen from Technical Support
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      I am wondering how accurate this cup would be with items around 140F?
      Asked on 10/20/2010 by Anonymous

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        The temperature itself should not make any difference; assuming that your fluid maintains the same density/specific gravity across the temperature range.

        Answered on 10/21/2010 by Jack from Technical Support
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