"Al-Ambik®" Must Scale | Oechsle Scale
Precise must scale for quickly measuring the sugar content of your must or in your wine | Clear scale with Oechsle degrees | German brand quality by Al-Ambik, manufactured in a family-run workshop in Thuringia.
Item number: E-2180
Product weight: 42 g
Shipping Weight: 180 g
Immediate delivery from warehouse
Al-Ambik® Oechsle Scale
Discover the Al-Ambik® must scale / Oechsle scale - the essential tool for hobby and professional winemakers! With this high-quality must scale, you can get precise measurements and accurately determine the sugar content of your must. The Al-Ambik® must scale impresses with its excellent quality and easy handling. It has been specifically designed to assist you in winemaking. With its robust design and precise and easily readable scale, it is an indispensable tool for every winemaker.
Whether you are making wine, juices, or must, the Al-Ambik® must scale always delivers accurate measurements. It allows you to determine the sugar content of your must, ensuring that your end product achieves the desired quality and perfect taste. The Al-Ambik® must scales are made from high-quality glass, offering durability and reliability. The clear scale and easy cleaning make it the ideal choice for every winemaker.
Trust in the best German brand quality from Al-Ambik® and invest in a must scale that supports you in producing high-quality wines and other beverages. Experience the passion and expertise that has gone into the development of this must scale. Every detail is dedicated to providing you with maximum precision and user-friendly handling, so you can achieve the best results in juice, must, and wine production.
<p>Independent of the statutory warranty, Destillatio offers you a two-year full dealer's warranty on this item. Click <strong><a href="https://www.destillatio.eu/content/destillatio-garantie/" target="_blank">here</a></strong> to view the <strong>Destillatio warranty statement</strong>.</p>
<h1>"Al-Ambiku00ae" Must Scale | Oechsle Scale</h1> <ul> <li>Must scale with easily readable scale (in Oechsle degrees)</li> <li>Oechsle scale for quickly measuring sugar content</li> <li>German brand quality from Al-Ambik</li> <li>German manufacturing in a family-run factory in Thuringia</li> <li>For juice, mash, and must</li> <li>Reading above the immersion depth</li> <li>Brand: Al-Ambik</li> <li>Material: Glass</li> <li>Unit: Oechsle</li> <li>Length: 29 cm, Length with cover: 31 cm</li> <li>Scale length: 11.3 cm</li> <li>Diameter: 15 mm | 6 mm</li> <li>Weight: 26 grams</li> <li>Weight with cover: 40 grams</li> <li>Scale: 0 - 140 degrees</li> <li>Graduation: 1u00b0</li> <li>Includes German instructions</li> <li>Delivered in a sturdy plastic cover</li> <li>2-year warranty directly from us as the retailer (please refer to our warranty statement)</li> <li>CO2-neutral shipping from our warehouse in the Rhu00f6n</li> <li>The must scale must be able to float freely in your beverage for accurate measurement</li> <li>We recommend a 250ml measuring cylinder as an accessory.</li></ul>
<h1>How to use a must scale?</h1> <p>It's quite simple: The must scale should be able to float freely in your beverage. For this, it is best to use a 250 ml measuring cylinder or another tall container with a wide opening. Fill it halfway with juice or filtered/pressed liquid from your mash and carefully insert the must scale.</p> <p>Make sure that your must scale does not hit the bottom and that no air bubbles cling to it. The must scale should float freely in your juice. By measuring the immersion depth and reading the scale above the juice, you can determine the sugar content in u00d6chsle degrees.</p> <p>A must scale measures the specific gravity in your juice. The presence of alcohol would alter the result, so we recommend taking the measurement immediately after pressing to obtain accurate results. The scale is calibrated at 20u00b0C, and different temperatures will also lead to slightly different results.</p> <p>By reading the u00d6chsle degrees, you can determine the amount of sugar present and calculate the future alcohol content after fermentation.</p>