Brix scale


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a system for measuring the concentration of sugar solutions

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Most of the instruments are designed for analysing sugar content, displaying this value in the industry-standard Brix scale from 0.0 to 93.0% with a resolution of Brix 0.1% and an accuracy of Brix +/-0.2%.
In both, they are commonly used to measure sugar content in food, using what is known as the Brix scale (the concentration percentage of soluble solids in a water solution).
Conversely, the best-tasting carbonated beverages are made with low-TDS, low-hardness water and, consequently, with less syrup, which registers lower on the Brix scale.
The beans are harvested when the pods are green and Brix scale readings for soluble solids are roughly between 8.5 and 12.
With a push of a button, the meter can also convert refractive index to % Brix scale. The refractometer's layout and accuracy ensures easy operation and reliable results every time.