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Hach Chlorine (Total) Drop Count Titrator Test Kit

Hach Chlorine (Total) Drop Count Titrator Test Kit

Description

Test Kit Chlorine Total, Model CN-65, High Range 0.2-4 or 1-20 mg/L, Drop Count Titration

Features

  • Powder DPD reacts with chlorine more quickly than tablet-form DPD, giving more accurate results
  • Used most often for monitoring potable water, swimming pools, and waste effluent
  • Accepted by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency for reporting purposes
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$85.65
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The most widely used disinfectant for drinking water, chlorine is also important for sanitizing swimming pools, cooling towers, other industrial equipment, and in the treatment of municipal wastewater. Its measurement and control are vital for both safety and economic reasons.

Many Hach chlorine tests have been accepted by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency for reporting purposes. Chlorine test kits containing DPD colorimetric reagent are used most often for monitoring potable water, swimming pools, and waste effluent. Powder DPD reacts with chlorine more quickly than tablet-form DPD, giving more accurate results. Powder DPD also has a considerable advantage over orthotolidine, a hazardous substance sometimes used as a chlorine test reagent.

Chlorine Test Kits are manufactured by Hach Company to ensure compliance with stringent quality control standards.
Notable Specifications:
  • Method: Thiosulfate
  • Range: 0.2 to 4, 1 to 20 mg/L
  • Reagents: Powder pillows
  • Standard: Sodium Thiosulfate titrant dropper
What's Included:
  • (1) Measuring tube
  • (1) Square mixing bottle
  • (1) 50mL flask
  • (100) Sulfite 1 reagent powder pillows
  • (100) Sulfamic acid powder pillows
  • (1) 118mL marked dropping bottle of Sodium Thiosulfate Standard Solution
  • (1) Polypropylene carrying case
  • Instructions
Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
Hach Chlorine (Total) Drop Count Titrator Test Kit 225401 Test Kit Chlorine Total, Model CN-65 High Range 0.2-4 or 1-20 mg/L, Drop Count Titration
$85.65
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