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Hach Aquaculture Test Kit

Hach Aquaculture Test Kit

Description

The Hach aquaculture test kit allows measurement of 10 critical water parameters using accurate Digital Titrator titration and continuous color-disc colorimetry.

Features

  • The digital titrator is a compact, accurate dispensing unit that replaces a buret
  • Color disc features a continuous-gradient color wheel for fast, accurate comparisons
  • All tests are stored in rugged carrying case
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Aquaculture has developed into a highly sophisticated field that uses scientific techniques to maintain the water where aquatic plants and animals live. The ability to optimize parameters affecting water quality is important for efficient production, and sensitive and accurate testing methods are essential. The Hach aquaculture test kit is designed to meet this need. The kit includes chemicals and apparatus for the determination of 10 important water parameters.

Acidity, alkalinity, carbon dioxide, chloride, dissolved oxygen, and hardness tests are conducted with the Digital Titrator - a compact, accurate dispensing unit that replaces a buret. Ammonia nitrogen, nitrite nitrogen, and pH determinations are colorimetric tests. Results are obtained by matching the developed color of the sample to a precalibrated color disc. The kit also contains a rugged, armored thermometer for temperature readings.

With this aquaculture kit, the analyst can obtain the data necessary for making the right management decisions. Packaged in a durable, portable case, the kit can be used for measurements in the field.
What's Included:
  • (2) 100mL Bottles of Deionized Water
  • (23) Reagents
  • (1) Flask
  • (1) Pair of Clippers
  • (1) Graduated Cylinder
  • (1) Color Comparator Box
  • (1) Digital Titrator
  • (1) Delivery Tube
  • (2) Plastic Tubes
  • (1) Thermometer
  • (1) BOD Bottle
  • (3) Color Discs
  • (1) Manual
  • (1) Carrying Case
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Hach Aquaculture Test Kit 243001 Aquaculture test kit, FF-2
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When measuring for Chloride, how can I convert my answers to mg/L sodium chloride?
Results may be expressed as mg/L sodium chloride (NaCl) by multiplying the mg/L chloride (Cl–) by 1.65.
When measuring for Nitrite, how can I convert my answers to mg/L nitrite?
The test results can be converted from mg/L nitrite nitrogen (N) to mg/L nitrite (NO2–) by multiplying the final reading by 3.3.

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