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Hach Dissolved Oxygen AccuVac Ampules

Hach Dissolved Oxygen AccuVac Ampules

Description

AccuVac ampules quickly and easily measure and transport samples for low range dissolved oxygen.

Features

  • Evacuated ampules draw in correct sample volume
  • Optical quality vials
  • Determine low range dissolved oxygen by the Indigo Carmine Method
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$32.05
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Hach's dissolved oxygen AccuVac ampules provide quick and easy measurement for low range dissolved oxygen. The evacuated vials eliminate the need to transport reagents or samples as they act as both reagent containers and photometric measurement cells. The ampules draw in the correct sample volume, allowing sampling with minimal effort. The optical quality of the vials assure precise measurements and reagent stability. Dissolved oxygen is measured by the Indigo Carmine Method.
What's Included:
  • 25 ampules
Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
Hach Dissolved Oxygen AccuVac Ampules 2501025 Dissolved Oxygen Reagent, Low Range, ampules pack of 25
$32.05
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Are the the oxygen ampules are classified as a hazardous good?
No, the Hach Dissolved Oxygen AccuVac Ampules are not considered hazardous material.

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