Hach CEL Advanced Portable Laboratory Kit

Hach CEL Advanced Portable Laboratory Kit


The Hach CEL Advanced Portable Laboratory Kit includes instrumentation and reagents to test for more than 20 parameters.


  • Versatile for use in the lab or for field testing
  • Rugged carrying case is durable and portable
  • Pre-measured reagents are impervious to environmental contamination
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This versatile and portable laboratory kit is a fully configured system that meets the most demanding sampling needs. Including a full complement of instruments and reagent sets for more than 20 parameters, the kit is ideal for quick on-site results. Rapid testing provides quick results that can be communicated to decision makers. 

What's Included:
  • (1) DR900 Colorimeter
  • (1) HQ40d Multi-Meter
  • (1) PHC201 pH Electrode with 1 Meter Cable
  • (1) CDC401 Conductivity Probe with 1 Meter Cable
  • (1) Digital Titrator
  • (1) Manual
  • (1) Procedure Manual CD
  • (1) Apparatus
  • (1) Carrying Case
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