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Old 10-23-2010, 05:07 PM   #1
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Default is there a formula for correcting an OG reading depending on the temperature?

just wanna know cause I took an OG at around 75-80 degrees and my hydro is calibrated at 60*

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thank you thank you! anyone else got others or is this pretty much it?

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thats pretty much it

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thank you thank you! anyone else got others or is this pretty much it?
From Palmer's book (so basically add ~2 gravity points)...

T °F Delta G
32 -0.0007
33.8 -0.0008
35.6 -0.0008
37.4 -0.0009
39.2 -0.0009
41 -0.0009
42.8 -0.0008
44.6 -0.0008
46.4 -0.0007
48.2 -0.0007
50 -0.0006
51.8 -0.0005
53.6 -0.0004
55.4 -0.0003
57.2 -0.0001
59 0
60.8 0.0002
62.6 0.0003
64.4 0.0005
66.2 0.0007
68 0.0009
69.8 0.0011
71.6 0.0013
73.4 0.0016
75.2 0.0018
77 0.0021
78.8 0.0023
80.6 0.0026
82.4 0.0029
84.2 0.0032
86 0.0035
87.8 0.0038
89.6 0.0041
91.4 0.0044
93.2 0.0047
95 0.0051
96.8 0.0054
98.6 0.0058
100.4 0.0061
102.2 0.0065
104 0.0069
105.8 0.0073
107.6 0.0077
109.4 0.0081
111.2 0.0085
113 0.0089
114.8 0.0093
116.6 0.0097
118.4 0.0102
120 0.0106
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