01100910

Thermo Orion Conductivity Standard Pouches

01100910

Description

Orion conductivity standards are designed to meet all end user requirements, including laboratory grade and DIN standards.

Features

  • 10 individually sealed pouches
  • 15mL of calibration solution in each pouch
  • Convenient pouches perfect for field calibration
List Price
$42.40
Your Price
$38.16
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Thermo Orion Conductivity Standard Pouches 01100910 Conductivity standard, 147 uS/cm, (10) 15mL pouches
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Thermo Orion Conductivity Standard Pouches 01100710 Orion conductivity standard, 1413 uS/cm, (10) 15mL pouches
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Thermo Orion Conductivity Standard Pouches 01100610 Orion conductivity standard, 12,900 uS/cm, (10) 15mL pouches
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Thermo Orion Conductivity Standard Pouches 01100510 Conductivity standard, 111,900 uS/cm, (10) 15mL pouches
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