AQ3170

Thermo Orion AQUAfast AQ3170 Chlorine Colorimeter

Thermo Orion AQUAfast AQ3170 Chlorine Colorimeter

Description

The AQUAfast AQ3170 chlorine colorimeter offers a number of features designed to improve user experience, including a large, backlit display, a real-time clock and automatic data logging.

Features

  • Convenient scroll-driven menu system
  • 16 point internal data storage with date/time stamp
  • Waterproof design (IP67)
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The Thermo Scientific Orion AQUAfast AQ3170 colorimeter kit measures free and total chlorine in the range of 0.02 to 2.00 mg/L, or 0.1 to 8.00 mg/L with short pathlength vial (included). Measuring free and total chlorine using the DPD method, the AQ3170 colorimeter and included reagents assist with EPA drinking water measurement requirements. The colorimeter’s Interference Filter uniquely narrows (targets) the bandwidth, creating accurate and reproducible readings. The included sample vials also help reduce preparation time by utilizing lid-attached light shields instead of a cumbersome sample chamber cover.

The meter kit includes a field carrying case, sample vials with light-shielding caps, a vial cleaning brush, 100 each of AQUAfast AC4P71 Free Chlorine and AC4P72 Total Chlorine powder reagent packets and batteries. The meter carries a CE certification and a two year warranty.

What's Included:
  • (1) AQUAfast AQ3170 free & total chlorine colorimeter
  • (1) Field carrying case
  • (1) Set of sample vials with light-shielding caps
  • (1) Vial cleaning brush
  • (100) AQUAfast AC4P71 free chlorine powder reagent packets
  • (100) AQUAfast AC4P72 total chlorine powder reagent packets
  • (1) Set of batteries
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Thermo Orion AQUAfast AQ3170 Chlorine Colorimeter AQ3170 Orion AQUAfast AQ3170 free & total chlorine colorimeter
$403.75
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Thermo Orion Free Chlorine Powder Pack AC4P71 Orion AQUAfast chlorine (free) powder reagent kit, 100 tests
$22.10
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Thermo Orion Total Chlorine Powder Pack AC4P72 Orion AQUAfast chlorine (total) powder reagent kit, 100 tests
$22.10
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Thermo Orion AQ250F Orion AQUAfast free chlorine DPD bulk powder dispenser with one vial
$51.00
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Thermo Orion AC71P1 Orion AQUAfast free chlorine DPD powder refill vial for AQ250F dispenser, 250 count
$38.25
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Thermo Orion AC71P2 Orion AQUAfast free chlorine DPD powder refill vial for AQ250F dispenser, 500 count
$72.25
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Thermo Orion AQ250T Orion AQUAfast total chlorine DPD bulk powder dispenser with one vial
$51.00
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Thermo Orion AC72P1 Orion AQUAfast total chlorine DPD powder refill vial for AQ250T dispenser, 250 count
$38.25
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Thermo Orion AC72P2 Orion AQUAfast total chlorine DPD powder refill vial for AQ250T dispenser, 500 count
$72.25
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Thermo Orion 24mm Replacement Vials AC2V24 Orion 24mm replacement glass sample vials, 12 pack
$124.10
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Thermo Orion 10mm Replacement Vials AC2V10 Orion 10mm replacement plastic sample vials, 12 pack
$119.00
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Thermo Orion AC3CBR Orion vial cleaning brushes, pack of 10
$29.50
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Thermo Orion CLSK100 Orion AQUAfast chlorine primary standard kit to prepare 1.5 mg/L NIST-traceable chlorine standard
$27.20
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Thermo Orion CLSK200 Orion AQUAfast chlorine secondary standards (0.0, 0.20 and 1.0 mg/L) for AQ3170 chlorine colorimeter
$123.25
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