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Leica Dc70 Coolant And Battery Tester #7584l Refractometer Science on

US $45.99

Raleigh, North Carolina, US

Raleigh, North Carolina, US
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DC 70 Coolant & battery tester Description
Leica Duo Check engine coolant/battery tester refractometer. Fast easy to use method for testing engine coolant freezing point and battery charge condition. Works for ethylene glycol and propylene glycol.
Specific Gravity 1.100 - 1.400
Scale Division 0.01
Antifreeze Protection
Ethylene Glycol +32 to -60F 0 to -48 C
Propylene Glycol +32 to -60F 0 to -48 C
Automatic Temperature Compensation.
Portable, rugged, no batteries needed.
Built in transfer pippette and battery dipstick
Bright easy to read scales.

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