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ASTM Thermometers ASTM Thermometers

Certified to ASTM E-1 specifications

Hydrometer Centering Device Hydrometer Centering Device


API Gravity Thermohydrometers API Gravity Thermohydrometers

All thermohydrometers feature divisions every 2 degrees Fahrenheit.

Please note if you need item calibrated here is an extra cost, you can make your request known in the order comment box.

Metric Density Thermohydrometers Metric Density Thermohydrometers

Divisions every 0.5 degrees Fahrenheit.

Metric Density Hydrometers Metric Density Hydrometers

For metric density, ASTM 321H covers the range from 775 to 825 kg/m³, avoiding the need
to purchase two hydrometers, ASTM 314H & 315H. Likewise, for a Thermohydrometer,
ASTM 345H handles the range from 775 to 825 kg/m³ but its thermometer is graduated
in 0.2°C increments. Unfortunately, the temperature range had to be limited to -10 to

Closed Circuit Sampler Hydrometers & Thermometers Closed Circuit Sampler Hydrometers & Thermometers

These hydrometers and thermometers have been shortened to fit in Aljac JM-3001 samplers when the lid is closed.

Pounds per U.S. Gallons Hydrometers Pounds per U.S. Gallons Hydrometers

Model GTP-1695-1 covers jet fuel and Avgas. GTP-1697-2 covers only jet fuel. No thermometers are included. Graduated to 0.01, 320mm length.

Thermohydrometer: 59-71 API, 0-150 F, 380mm, ASTM S557HL (non-mercury) Thermohydrometer: 59-71 API, 0-150 F, 380mm, ASTM S557HL (non-mercury)


Thermometer Holder Thermometer Holder

Thermometer holder with cup and lid, equipped with metal backing to dissipate static charges through wire cable. Cable not supplied; order separately, specifying length. Lid of cup is hinged to open as it is lowered into fuel.

Certificate of Calibration Certificate of Calibration

NIST calibrated reference hydrometers at the required test points (as specified by ASTM or the customer). At least three readings of the clients instrument (and at least six readings of the NIST reference standard) are taken at each test point. Readings are resolved under magnification to approximately one-tenth of the smallest scale division and are carefully noted. We report the mean of a minimum of three closely correlated readings