H-B DURAC Galileo Thermometers

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H-B DURAC Galileo Thermometers

For Decoration and Conversation

Galileo Galilei discovered when a liquid’s temperature increases, its density decreases. His findings inspired these unusual and interesting thermometers with colorful spheres which rise and fall to indicate temperature.
Decorative, functional thermometers are a great conversation piece perfect for the home or office
Sealed glass cylinder contains a clear liquid and several glass spheres of varying densities
Tag on the lowest sphere in the top group indicates the current temperature
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Catalog No.: H-B No. Range Divisions Accuracy Number Of Spheres Quantity / Pack
Height: 610mm (24”)
B62000-0200 147 16/36°C (60/100°F) 2°C (4°F) ±2°C (±4°F) 11 1
B62000-0300 147C 16/36°C 2°C ±2°C 11 1
Height: 430mm (17”)
B62000-0400 160 18/30°C (64/88°F) 2°C (4°F) ±2°C (±4°F) 7 1
Height: 330mm (13”)
B62000-0600 170 18/26°C (64/80°F) 2°C (4°F) ±2°C (±4°F) 5 1
B62000-0700 170C 18/26°C 2°C ±2°C 5 1
Height: 280mm (11”)
B62000-0800 180 18/26°C (64/80°F) 2°C (4°F) ±2°C (±4°F) 5 1
Height: 177mm (7”)
B62000-1000 289 64/80°F 4°F ±4°F 5 1
B62000-1100 289C 18/26°C 2°C ±2°C 5 1
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