2569700

Hach MEL/MF Total Coliform Lab

Hach MEL/MF Total Coliform Lab

Description

The Hach MEL/MF Total Coliform Lab is designed for analysts who need portable or small-scale microbiology testing capabilities.

Features

  • Laboratory results in the field
  • Portable incubator maintains temperatures with +/- 0.5 degrees C between 30 and 50 degrees C
  • Incubator power cord easily plugs into an automobile cigarette lighter
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Hach MEL/MF Total Coliform Lab is designed for analysts who need microbiology testing capabilities in the field or in the lab. Each MEL contains a Portable Incubator, apparatus, and step-by-step illustrated procedures.

The Total Coliform MEL Laboratory is designed for analysts who need portable or small-scale microbiology testing capabilities. From a remote field location to a small scale microbiology lab within your existing lab, this MEL offers all the equipment and accessories to perform microbiological analysis.

 

  • Note: Media Set must be ordered separately (see Accessories Tab)
What's Included:
  • (1) Portable Incubator and rack
  • (1) Thermometer
  • (200) Whirlpak bags with thiosulfate
  • (200) Filter funnel/pad assemblies
  • (1) Alcohol burner (order alcohol separately)
  • (1) Vacuum filtration apparatus
  • (1) Colony counter
  • (1) Magnifier
  • (1) Permanent marker
  • Note: Media Set must be ordered separately (see Accessories Tab)
Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
Hach MEL/MF Total Coliform Lab 2569700 MEL/MF Total coliform laboratory
$4124.00
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Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
Hach 2580100 MEL/MF Media Set for total coliform
$924.00
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Hach Sample Transport Kit 2568700 Sample transport kit
$126.00
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Hach Sterile Whirl-Pak Bags 2075333 Sterile Whirl-Pak Bags with Dechlorinating Agent, 177 mL, pack of 100
$33.65
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Hach m-Endo Broth Glass Ampules 2373520 m-Endo Broth, 2mL glass ampules, pack of 20
$32.99
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Hach m-Endo Broth Plastic Ampules 2373550 m-Endo Broth, 2mL plastic ampules, pack of 50
$77.65
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Hach m-Endo Broth 2373542 m-Endo Broth, 100mL glass bottle
$39.59
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Hach Magnesium Chloride/Potassium Phosphate Buffer 1430598 Magnesium Chloride/Potassium Phosphate Buffer, 99 mL, pk/25
$62.45
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