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In-Situ Conductivity Calibration Kits

In-Situ Conductivity Calibration Kits

Description

In-Situ Conductivity Calibration Solutions are available in 1 liter bottles and are NIST traceable.

Features

  • Available in kits or individual bottles
  • Concentrations include 147, 1413, 12890, and 58670 uS/cm
  • For use with wide range of measurement from freshwater to seawater
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$110.00
Usually ships in 1-2 weeks

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Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
In-Situ Conductivity Calibration Kits 0032090 Conductivity calibration kit, includes 1L each of DI water, 147 uS, 1413 uS & 12,890 uS standard
$110.00
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In-Situ Conductivity Calibration Kits 0032630 Low conductivity calibration kit, includes (2) 1L bottles each of 147 uS & 1413 uS standard
$140.00
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In-Situ Conductivity Calibration Kits 0032640 High conductivity calibration kit, includes (2) 1L bottles each of 12,890 uS & 58,670 uS standard
$140.00
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