The Snap 41 is a digital alcohol hydrometer for on-site measurement of spirits with outstanding accuracy. One instrument will replace all the glass hydrometers in your distillery and ensure what is on the label is in the bottle.
Snap 41 measures the alcohol content in all your sugar-free distilled spirits at any strength along the whole production process. Use the portable instrument directly at the container and get results within a few seconds. With cutting-edge technology in a long-life instrument, the Snap series gives your hand-crafted spirits the high-quality measurement they deserve.
- Accuracy of 0.2 %v/v
- One Snap 41 replaces all your glass hydrometers
- Tailored to the needs of micro distilleries
Alcohol measurement with easy procedures – no human errors
Temperature correction of results is done automatically: no need for temperature correction tables
Values are shown in %v/v (corrected to 20 °C or 15 °C for the Japanese market) or °Proof (corrected to 60 °F)
Use the same portable alcohol meter along the whole production process
Alcohol measuring range from 0 %v/v to 100 %v/v
All your glass hydrometers are replaced by one digital alcohol hydrometer.
Perform your alcohol measurements on-site in 30 seconds
2 mL of sample are taken directly from the storage container with the help of the built-in pump.
Gesture control enables one-hand operation so you can hold steady when measuring difficult to reach samples.
Measuring range (Alcohol):
0 %v/v to 100 %v/v
Temperature: 5 °C to 30 °C
(automatic temperature correction)
Accuracy (Alcohol): 0.2 %v/v
Temperature: 0.2 °C
Oscillating U-tube technology
Three 1.5 V LR06 AA alkaline batteries
Minimum sample volume:
245 mm x 103 mm x 126 mm
NOTE: What does %v/v mean?
The equation for volume percent is pretty straightforward: Volume concentration of a solution is expressed as % v/v, which stands for volume per volume. This is used when both chemicals in a solution are liquid. So an alcohol reading at 70% v/v means that for every 100 mL of solution, there is 70 mL of alcohol.