The EasyDens Erlenmeyer flask is used to degas your samples before measurement in order to get consistent and repeatable measuring results. Fill in max. 60 mL of your sample (beer, wine, etc.) at approx. 20 °C (68 °F). Alternately shake the flask and open the cap to release the pressure until no overpressure is built up anymore.
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Erlenmeyer flask 125 mL, PP
GL 45, with screw cap, PP
Bubbles in the measuring cell of EasyDens will have a significant influence on the measuring results. For that reason, it is necessary to degas your sample before the measurement, using one of the methods described below:
Stir your sample until no more bubbling occurs. Note that this can take up to 15 minutes.
Put the sample in an ultrasonic bath for approximately 5 to 10 minutes.
Fill the sample into a flask, and seal the flask with a stopper. Alternately shake the flask and lift the stopper to release the pressure until no pressure is built up anymore.
Fill half of the supplied syringe with your sample. Then seal the tip of the syringe with your finger and pull back the green plunger. Take your finger off the tip and let the extracted gas escape from the syringe. Push the plunger forwards to press the air out of the syringe. Repeat the specified steps several times.
Recommended for the EasyDens Erlenmeyer Flask | 125ml | Anton Paar