2812450

Hach m-HPC Plastic Membrane Filtration Ampules

Hach m-HPC Plastic Membrane Filtration Ampules

Description

Hach's m-HPC Plastic Membrane Filtration Ampules selectively test for Heterotrophic Bacteria in drinking water, beverages, ground, surface and recreational waters through the membrane filtration method.

Features

  • Each plastic ampule contains medium for one test
  • Shelf life of 1 year at 2–8 °C
  • Used for sampling of drinking water, beverages, ground, surface and recreational waters
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$84.95
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Hach's m-HPC Plastic Membrane Filtration Ampules selectively test for Heterotrophic Bacteria in drinking water, beverages, ground, surface and recreational waters through the membrane filtration method. 

 

Incubation is required for at least 48 hours at 35 ± 0.5 °C; the tests have a shelf life of 1 year at 2–8 °C. Prepared m-HPC Plastic Membrane Filtration Ampules meet approval citation Standard Method 18th 9215 A, D; each ampule contains enough medium for one test.

What's Included:
  • (50) m-HPC Plastic Membrane Filtration Ampules
  • (1) Certificate of Analysis
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Hach m-HPC Plastic Membrane Filtration Ampules 2812450 m-HPC Plastic Membrane Filtration Ampules (Heterotrophic Bacteria), pack of 50
$84.95
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