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Old 08-02-2005, 03:29 PM   #1
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Does any one know whre to find a Hygrometer that is temp. compensated? I work as a Vet. Tech. and we use one for measuring urine Spec. Grav., but the scale on them only goes up to 1.035.



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Does any one know whre to find a Hygrometer that is temp. compensated? I work as a Vet. Tech. and we use one for measuring urine Spec. Grav., but the scale on them only goes up to 1.035.
Check you local HBS. Or poke around online.
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Does any one know whre to find a Hygrometer that is temp. compensated? I work as a Vet. Tech. and we use one for measuring urine Spec. Grav., but the scale on them only goes up to 1.035.

DOn't know where you live - but Stomp them Grapes ( in Denver CO) has a triple scale hydrometer, with a thermometor in the base.

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