Thermo Orion All-in-One 475mL pH Buffer Kit

Thermo Orion All-in-One 475mL pH Buffer Kit


Orion All-in-One pH buffer kit, (1) 475mL bottle ea. of pH 4, 7, 10, & pH electrode storage solution


  • Manufactured under ISO 9000 quality standards
  • Color coded for ease-of-use
  • Packaged with buffer/temperature tables for accurate calibrations and NIST traceability
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The quality of analytical results depends upon the quality of the standards. Calibrate your electrode with standard buffers whose true pH values versus temperature are known. All Orion pH buffers are manufactured under ISO 9000 quality standards. Orion buffers are color coded for ease of use, packaged with buffer/temperature tables for accurate calibrations and NIST traceability.
What's Included:
  • (1) 475mL bottle of pH 4.01 buffer
  • (1) 475mL bottle of pH 7.00 buffer
  • (1) 475mL bottle of pH 10.01 buffer
  • (1) 475mL bottle of pH electrode storage solution
  • (1) Electrode storage bottle
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Thermo Orion All-in-One 475mL pH Buffer Kit 910199 Orion All-in-One pH buffer kit, (1) 475mL bottle ea. of pH 4, 7, 10; storage solution; storage bottle
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