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Old 04-16-2013, 02:34 PM   #1
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Default PH drift, Atc and Such

So if the ph drift from mash temp to calibration temp is .2 - .35, what would it be from boil temp to calibration temp? And if all ph readings are done at room (calibration) temp why are there all these other ph #s out there? (Say at mash temp)(confusing rant) What is the method to figure drift at whatever temp?


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