Titratable Acidity + pH


The measurement of titratable acidity determines the total available hydrogen ions in juice or unfermented product as well as finished product. It is a measure of all free acids in solution and results are reported as tartaric acid.

pH is the measurement of the concentration of hydrogen ions in a solution. Solutions are considered acidic with pH values less than 7 and considered basic with pH values greater than 7. pH can affect microbial activity, tartrate solubility, the interaction of phenolic compounds, and the determination of molecular SO2.


Titratable Acidity
(Units: g/L, Technique: Auto-Titration)

pH Analysis
(Units: g/L, Technique: Auto-Titration)