Brix scale


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Brix scale

[′briks ‚skāl]
(chemical engineering)
A hydrometer scale for sugar solutions indicating the percentage by weight of sugar in the solution at a specified temperature.
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The PA201 offers a single Brix scale that reads as high as 56 Brix.
Features of the ARIAS 500 include Brix scales in ranges from 0-90%, automatic temperature compensation, accurate to 0.
Leica's HP Series of high precision, hand-held refractometers features Brix scales in four display ranges to cover from 0-90% with accuracy previously unheard of in hand-held refractometers.