2537733

Hach Hydrogen Sulfide Test Paper

Hach Hydrogen Sulfide Test Paper

Description

Hydrogen sulfide test paper are to be used with Model HS-C test kit to determine hydrogen sulfide concentrations through a color chart method.

Features

  • Most economical method for determining hydrogen sulfide content in water samples
  • Reliable, cost effective color comparison method
  • 100 treated reagent papers
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Hach's hydrogen sulfide test paper uses the effervescence of H2S and a color chart to determine the concentration of H2S in a sample. These replacement papers are to be used with Hach's Model HS-C test kit. The kit can detect hydrogen sulfide concentration in a range of 0 to 5 mg/L of hydrogen sulfide.
Notable Specifications:
  • Method: Color chart/ effervescence of H2S
  • Model: HS-C
  • Parameter: Hydrogen Sulfide - as H2S
  • Platform: Color Card
  • Range: 0 - 5 mg/L H2S
  • Smallest<br />Inc. Steps: Steps: 0.0, 0.1, 0.3, 0.5, 0.7, 1.0, 2.0, 5.0
Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
Hach Hydrogen Sulfide Test Paper 2537733 Hydrogen sulfide paper, pack of 100
$22.75
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