Product verifies fluids are in good working order to prevent damage to cooling systems
Industrial Test Systems Inc. has introduced the world’s first visual test strip that measures propylene glycol levels. Propylene glycol has many uses, including as a clean heat transmission fluid in the heat transfer systems of brewing facilities. Easier to use than a refractometer, the WaterWorks propylene glycol check verifies the fluids are in good working order to prevent damage to cooling systems.
This strip tests for levels in water from 20 to 60%. It uses a simple dip, read and match procedure. Dip one test strip in the water for only 2 seconds and remove the strip; shake once to remove excess water and wait 60 seconds to match to the color chart on the bottle label.