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Hach Free & Total Chlorine Color Disc Kit

Hach Free & Total Chlorine Color Disc Kit

Description

Hach's unique free & total chlorine color disc kits feature a continuous-gradient color wheel for fast, accurate comparisons.

Features

  • Continuous-gradient color wheel for fast, accurate comparisons
  • Accurate to +/-10% or +/- the smallest increment, subject to individual color perception
  • Kits use a blank as a reference in color comparison, compensating for color in the sample
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$62.59
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Details

Hach's unique color disc kits feature a continuous-gradient color wheel for fast, accurate comparisons. The continuous color provides higher levels of accuracy. Kits also use a blank as a reference in color comparison, compensating for color in the sample.

Simply react the sample, then insert the blank and the sample into the holder. Rotate the color wheel to obtain a color match between the blank and the reacted sample. Accuracy for color disc kits is typically +/- 10% or +/- the smallest increment, subject to individual color perception.
What's Included:
  • (2) Reagents
  • (1) Color Disc
  • (1) Color Comparator Box
  • (1) Tube
  • (1) Instruction Sheet
  • (1) Carrying Case
Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
Hach Free & Total Chlorine Color Disc Kit 223101 Free & total chlorine test kit, CN-66, 0.1-3.5 mg/L, 100 tests
$62.59
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Hach Free & Total Chlorine Color Disc Kit 1454200 Free & total chlorine test kit, CN-70, 0-0.7, 0-3.5 mg/L, 100 tests
$81.25
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Hach Free & Total Chlorine Color Disc Kit 2129000 Free & total chlorine test kit, CN-80, 0-0.7, 0-3.5, 0-10T mg/L, 100 tests
$125.00
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Questions & Answers

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Can I use this kit with a spectrophotometer and read the color changes at 515 or 520?
No, the reagents in this kit are not intended for use with a spectrophotometer. Each Hach spectrophotometer operations manual should include a list of compatible reagents specific to the parameter(s) in question.
Is there an expiration date for each color disc?
The expiration date for the reagents in the Free & Total Chlorine color disc kit will depend on their lot number and if they have been opened. It is also dependent on storage conditions as the shelf life may be limited once the reagent has been opened and exposed to air. If the color wheel itself has been exposed to excessive sunlight and appears faded, it may need replacing, but it does not have a specific expiration date on its own.

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