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Old 09-24-2013, 3:43 PM   #1
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Question WTB: Refractometer calibration fluid

Anybody got some spare calibration fluid laying around?

My second part would be maybe there is another way to calibrate a refractometer...if you know of one, do tell.
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Old 09-24-2013, 3:51 PM   #2
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Anybody got some spare calibration fluid laying around?

My second part would be maybe there is another way to calibrate a refractometer...if you know of one, do tell.
I can bring some with me when I come to pick up that pump if you still need it.

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distilled H2O

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Pure Reef sells it . dont use distilled h20

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Jeff, I've got some you can use... Let me know and I'll come over on my lunch hour tomorrow if you'd like.
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Jeff, I've got some you can use... Let me know and I'll come over on my lunch hour tomorrow if you'd like.
Thanks Jake! I'm gone until Friday....maybe meet for lunch?

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Pure Reef sells it . dont use distilled h20
Don't worry Heath. I've read plenty against distiller water as a source.
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Sure! My lunch our is flexible, just let me know.
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Cool. I'll give you a ring on Friday.
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