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Weksler A935AF5 Adj Angle Glass Thermometer, 3.5" Stem; 30/240F

Weksler  |   Mfr# A935AF5  |   Item# DO-86487-14

$65.50 USD/EACH

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    • Mercury free blue liquid in glass with magnifying lens for easy readability
    • Molded Valox® - V-shaped black case for ranges up to and including 300°F
    • Die cast black aluminum V-shaped case for ranges above 300°F
    • Glass front excludes dust and dirt
    • White aluminum scale with bold black graduations and figures
    • Accuracy is ± 0.1% of full scale
    • Easy adjustment permits case and stem to be rotated 360°
    • 9" scale is standard
    • 1-1/4" - 18" NEF swivel nut
    Product Type Glass Thermometer
    Min temperature (º F) 30
    Max temperature (º F) 241
    Length (mm) 229
    Material Glass
    Model A935AF5
    Manufacturer number A935AF5
    Qty/ea 1
    Brand Weksler


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    • Q:

      the blue liquid in my thermometer is all the way to the top. how do I get it back into the base so the thing will work again?
      Asked on 9/18/2010 by the main man from ocean county new jersey

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        I suggest trying to shake it down, or trying a string on the opposite end and swinging it around to use the centrifugal force to bring it back down.

        Answered on 9/22/2010 by Jen from Technical Support


        If the previous answer to use a centrifuge doesn't work, then immerse the thermometer in a bath of alcohol and dry ice; this should produce a temperature of about -80C, which should pull down the fluid in most cases.

        Answered on 9/22/2010 by Jon from Technical Support
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