AQ3140

Thermo Orion AQUAfast AQ3140 COD Colorimeter

Thermo Orion AQUAfast AQ3140 COD Colorimeter

Description

Designed to provide accurate measurements, the Thermo Scientific Orion AQUAfast AQ3140 COD colorimeter makes it ideal for laboratory testing of chemical oxygen demand (COD).

Features

  • Large digital backlit display
  • Angled, ergonomic design for easy bench top or hand-held use
  • 2-year warranty
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The Thermo Scientific Orion AQUAfast AQ3140 COD colorimeter is a single parameter instrument for determining chemical oxygen demand in water.

The AQUAfast AQ3140 COD colorimeter and COD reagents measures COD in the range of 0-15000 mg/L through dichromate method that estimates the theoretical oxygen demand, i.e. the amount of oxygen consumed in total chemical oxidation of the organic constituents present in the water. The colorimeter is designed to give accurate results that are highly reproducible. AQ3140 measures the COD concentration by photometric detection employing a linear relationship between absorbance and concentration.

The AQUAfast AQ3140 colorimeter offers a number of features designed to improve user experience, including two LED light sources for long-term stability.

What's Included:
  • (1) AQUAfast AQ3140 COD colorimeter
  • (1) Field carrying case
  • (1) Set of batteries
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Thermo Orion AQUAfast AQ3140 COD Colorimeter AQ3140 Orion AQUAfast AQ3140 COD colorimeter
$585.00
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Thermo Orion AQUAfast COD Reagent Kits CODL00 Orion AQUAfast COD (0-150 ppm) liquid reagent kit, 25 tests
$43.38
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Thermo Orion AQUAfast COD Reagent Kits CODL150 Orion AQUAfast COD (0-150 ppm) liquid reagent kit, 150 tests
$219.60
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Thermo Orion AQUAfast COD Reagent Kits CODH00 Orion AQUAfast COD (0-1500 ppm) liquid reagent kit, 25 tests
$43.38
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Thermo Orion AQUAfast COD Reagent Kits CODM150 Orion AQUAfast COD (0-1500 ppm) liquid reagent kit, 150 tests
$219.60
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Thermo Orion AQUAfast COD Reagent Kits CODHP0 Orion AQUAfast COD (0-15000 ppm) liquid reagent kit, 25 tests
$43.38
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Thermo Orion AQUAfast COD Reagent Kits CODH150 Orion AQUAfast COD (0-15000 ppm) liquid reagent kit, 150 tests
$219.60
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Thermo Orion COD165 Thermoreactor COD165 Orion AQUAfast COD165 thermoreactor with universal power cords
$1087.20
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Thermo Orion CODS01 Orion AQUAfast COD standard, 1000ppm, 475mL bottle
$60.30
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Thermo Orion CODS10 Orion AQUAfast COD standard, 10000ppm, 475 mL bottle
$50.04
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