How to Read Galileo Thermometer And Storm Glass Weather Glass Station

Posted by John Lopez on January 24th, 2020

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The Galileo thermometer is certainly not the most precise instrument, but yes it is certainly clever. Most people are failed to read it that's why many people are used Galileo Thermometer as a decorative product. But still, let us show you the methods so you can read them wisely.

To read the temperature on a Galileo thermometer is very easy. What you have to do is simply look at the lowest ball that is floating while ignoring those tags that had sunk to the bottom of the container. It’s those balls that float or are neutrally buoyant that interest us. If there is no bulb floating in the gap between the rising and sunk bulbs, use the lowest bulb from the floating cluster to get the temperature.

A small Galileo thermometer can have 6 degrees (F) of the difference between the balls, which introduces a lot of error into the measurement. Larger such instruments have at least a couple of temperature differences between the diver globes. Most cover the temperatures from 68-84F degrees which makes them suitable only for heated/air conditioned indoor locations.

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