9770BNWP

Thermo Orion Chlorine Electrode

Thermo Orion Chlorine Electrode

Description

Orion chlorine solid state combination electrode, waterproof BNC connector, 1m cable

Features

  • Solid state combination
  • No reference filling solution required
  • Measurement range: 1 x 10-7 to 3 x 10-4 M 0.01 to 20 ppm
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The Thermo Orion Chlorine Electrode allows total residual chlorine to be measured quickly and accurately. All forms of total residual chlorine are measured: free chlorine, hypochlorites, and chlorine bound to nitrogenous compounds. This electrode method is EPA approved for drinking water and wastewater (EPA No. 330.5).

The method permits rapid analyses to be done at the sampling site, eliminating erroneous low readings due to Cl2 loss.

(Samples not measured immediately are subject to chlorine loss due to reaction with oxidizable species in the sample).
Notable Specifications:
  • Construction: Solid state combination
  • Measurement Range: 3 x 10(-4) to 10(-7) M / 20 to 0.01 ppm
  • Temp Range: 0 to 50 C
  • Required Reference Electrode: Included
  • Reference Filling Solution: None Required
  • Calibration Standards: 100 ppm as Cl2 (977007)
  • Required ISA: Iodide reagent (977010) / Acid reagent (977011)
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Thermo Orion Chlorine Electrode 9770BNWP Orion chlorine solid state combination electrode, waterproof BNC connector, 1m cable
$590.75
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