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Vinmetrica SC-200 pH and TA Analyzer Kit
MT565

Vinmetrica SC-200 pH and TA Analyzer Kit

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Description

Vinmetrica’s SC-200 Measures pH and TA (Titratable Acidity) levels in wines easily, accurately and quickly. Knowing your pH and your TA parameters is essential during the winemaking process to insure making high quality wines.

The SC-200 analyzer gives accurate pH and TA values. Kit includes everything to perform about 30 tests: electrode, all reagents, pipettes, syringe and beaker.

Top 5 Reasons Why Vinmetrica’s SC-200 Is the Right Choice

Easy to Use – Its audible buzzer and visual stop light indicators let you know when you’re done titrating.
Accurate – For TA: ±0.2 g/L Tartaric acid & for pH: better than ± 0.02 pH units.
Quick Results – Less than 2 minutes per TA test & even quicker for a pH test.
Quick pH Calibration – Takes about 2 minutes, & only needs to be done once per day.
Inexpensive – About a dollar per test!

Complete Kit Includes Everything You Need for Your First 30 pH/TA Tests

  • pH/TA reagents
  • Titration beaker
  • 5 mL syringe
  • pH electrode
  • 5 mL sampling pipette
  • The SC-200 Operating Manual
Simple pH Procedure
  1. Attach the pH electrode and press the ‘Power’ button
  2. Press the ‘Mode’ button and switch into ‘Cal’ mode.
  3. Set aside the storage solution, rinse with DI water and blot gently with a paper towel.
  4. Calibrate with the pH 4 & 7 reference solutions. Press enter when the ‘Cal’ LED flashes. Put into ‘pH’ mode.
  5. Take 5 mL sample of wine, place in a beaker. Take a pH reading.
Accurate TA Test
  1. For TA test, withdraw 5 mL of the TA Titrant with the syringe.
  2. Take 5 mL wine sample and add ~15 mL of deionized water.
  3. Put SC-200 into TA mode, place clean pH electrode gently in solution.
  4. Add TA Titrant dropwise until the endpoint is reached with the visual and audible signals. Record the volume (in mL) of titrant used.
  5. Multiply the titration volume by 2, the TA conversion factor, results in g/L Tartaric Acid.
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MoreFlavor Store
I need to have a reliable method to measure SO2 levels in my wine. This is the instrument that will allow me to do that.
Peter N on Jul 26, 2019
I need to have a reliable method to measure SO2 levels in my wine. This is the instrument that will allow me to do that.
Peter N on Jul 26, 2019
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Vinmetrica SC-100A and SC-200
The SC-100A makes it very easy to do determination of free SO2 concentration in wine. The titrations take only a minute or two and are repeatable. The SC-200 is a decent pH meter that give you a stable value in 15 seconds or less and will also allow easy determination of total acidity in wine. They are easy to use and use sound and display rather than color change as an indicator of completion. You will need a reliable pH meter, such as SC-200 along with the SC-100A to do free SO2 tests.
August 19, 2019
Purchased
2 months ago
See above.
TA, ph, measurements are performed easily with accuracy to lend consistency to my fermentation process. I am happy with the product. I plan to get a holder for the electrode to simplify the procedure without risking damage to the tip.
February 17, 2018
Purchased
1 year ago
Meter is not accurate
I agree with the 1st reviewer. Mine is now off by .23-.27. The problem is in the meter. I changed my electrode and the results have been the same. Perhaps the battery should be removed between seasons.
June 13, 2015
Lost it's ability to accurately test
This is the 3rd year I have used the tester. the 1st 2 I have had good results. This year the meter will not calibrate accurately. It is off by about .29 high for both the 4 and the 7. I believe I have stored the electrode as directed.
October 31, 2014
Response from MoreFlavor
I agree with the previous comment. My testing is off by about .23-.27. The problem is with the meter. I did change electrodes and the results were the same.
December 22, 2017
Timothy M