DetailsTesting the titratable acidity is important in the optimizing of extraction of flavor components prior to fermentation. During processing, controlling TA improves fermentation. Post fermentation, management of acidity levels leads to correct balance, and improves the efficacy of aging. Post fermentation monitoring of TA levels can also be used to follow undesirable changes caused by yeasts or bacteria. The range of the TA tests is from 4.0 - 11.0 g/L as tartaric acid. 10 tests per kit.
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4.4 / 5.05 ReviewsUs eit in good lightThe colors all look the same and you need good light to distinguish them. All the same, it works, it's accurate, it's simple, and its not that expensive compared to a pH meter and all the solutions and replacement electrodes. It's better than the pH strips I used to use.November 27, 2013I found everything I purchasedI found everything I purchased to be of the highest qualityJanuary 30, 2016Little Hard To UseI did ever test several times and it did work, It is tricky to use and identify colors. I did -you tube- instructions and that helped detect subtle differences. Fine for occasional use.September 18, 2013EasyFor wine makers this is a useful test kit. Easy to use with good instructions._x000D_The expiration date of the components is just a few months away. That might not mean anything but I'd rather it be newer.September 24, 2013Can be hard to useThe challenge is telling slight colors and shades apart, especially if the liquids can change color again. On the plus side it's much less expensive than the easier to use kits.January 16, 2014
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