180202

Hach AL-36B Water Quality Test Kit

Hach AL-36B Water Quality Test Kit

Description

The Model AL-36B Test Kit is designed to meet the special needs of fish and wildlife conservation personnel.

Features

  • Determines pH colorimetrically using a color comparator with color disc
  • Ideal for field analyses
  • Utilizes drop count tritration
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Measure water quality using drop-count titrations or determine pH colorimetrically using a color comparator with color disc. This versatile kit contains all required reagents and apparatus in a rugged carrying case for analysis in the field.

What's Included:
  • (7) Reagents
  • (3) Powder pillows
  • (4) Solution pillows
  • (1) Drop bottle
  • (1) Mixing bottle
  • (1) Dissolved oxygen bottle
  • (1) Sample tube
  • (1) Reagent pillow clipper
  • (1) Color comparator
  • (1) Color disc wide range pH
  • (1) Carrying case
  • (1) Instruction sheet
Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
Hach AL-36B Water Quality Test Kit 180202 Acidity, alkalinity, carbon dioxide, dissolved oxygen, hardness, and pH test kit
$228.00
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Can I buy replacement reagents or powder pillows?
Yes, a variety of replacement parts are available for purchase. There is a manual, under the "Documents" tab, that has a list of all of the replacement parts and their part numbers.
What are the clippers for?
The clippers are used to open the reagent pillows.

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