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Hach Arsenic Test Kit

Hach Arsenic Test Kit

Description

Hach arsenic test kit provides a simple, effective way to test for arsenic in the range of 0-500 ppb.

Features

  • No lab analysis needed - detect arsenic levels in the field to comply with the new EPA arsenic rule
  • Reliable test strip method recovers 100% of inorganic arsenic in water samples
  • Best for samples containing sulfide or arsenic-iron particles
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$167.00
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The Hach arsenic test kit provides a simple, effective way to test for arsenic in the range of 0-500 ppb. The visual comparison test is ideal for use almost anywhere that trace amounts of total inorganic arsenic must be quantified.

The Hach arsenic test kit uses safe, easy-to-handle reagents packaged in unit doses, with a test strip to determine the final result. Up to 5 mg/L hydrogen sulfide in the sample can be tolerated. The design of the apparatus offers increased sensitivity (down to 10 ppb) and also minimizes exposure to arsine gas.
What's Included:
  • (5) Reagents
  • (1) Test Strips
  • (1) Reaction Vessel with Cap
  • (1) Measuring Scoop
  • (1) Instruction Sheet
  • (1) Carrying Case
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Hach Arsenic Test Kit 2800000 Arsenic test kit, 0-500 ppb, 100 tests
$167.00
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What method does the Hach Arsenic Test Kit use and how does it operate?
The Hach Arsenic test kit uses the mercuric bromide stain method. After the sample is fixed with hydrogen sulfide, a series of chemical reactions are performed to produce arsine gas, which will discolor the mercuric bromide test strip. The higher the inorganic arsenic concentration, the darker the discoloration will be.

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