5189900

Hach Low Ionic Strength Sample Chamber Kit

Hach Low Ionic Strength Sample Chamber Kit

Description

The Hach low ionic strength sample chamber kit is designed for use with low ionic strength and high purity samples.

Features

  • Measure samples while reducing or eliminating exposure to the atmosphere
  • Lids that will accommodate Hach Platinum pH, dissolved oxygen, and conductivity electrodes
  • Six feet of tubing that users can cut into lengths that meet their needs
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$136.00
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The Hach Low Ionic Strength Sample Chamber Kit prevents sample contamination by
atmospheric carbon dioxide and oxygen. When a sample absorbs carbon dioxide from the
atmosphere, carbonic acid forms. Carbonic acid decreases the sample pH and increases
conductivity, causing inaccurate readings. Samples can also absorb oxygen from the atmosphere. This disrupts dissolved oxygen measurements.

This kit contains a sample chamber with a cap suitable for:
Measuring a grab sample while reducing the samples exposure to the atmosphere
Measuring a flow or plug-flow sample with no exposure to the atmosphere.

The kit contains two lids that will accommodate Hach Platinum pH, Hach Dissolved Oxygen
and Hach Conductivity electrodes. Use the lids with the 0.55 in. diameter electrode port for the
conductivity electrode and the lids with the 0.45 in. diameter electrode port for the pH and
dissolved oxygen electrodes. The kit also contains 6 ft. of tubing that users can cut into lengths
that meet their needs.
What's Included:
  • (1) Sample chamber
  • (2) Lids
  • (2) Stoppers
  • Tubing, 6 ft
  • Instruction sheet
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Hach Low Ionic Strength Sample Chamber Kit 5189900 Low ionic strength sample chamber kit
$136.00
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