900200

Thermo Orion Double Junction Reference Half-Cell Electrode

Thermo Orion Reference Electrode

Description

The Thermo Orion Reference Electrode (double junction) is recommended for all pH and ion selective measurements.

Features

  • Outer chamber isolates inner reference element and solution from sample
  • Use with a variety of filling solutions
  • SureFlow junction for easy cleaning
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Thermo Orion half cell reference electrode is a double junction reference electrode for all ISE determinations. The SureFlow junction does not clog and makes cleaning easy. It has a Ag/AgCl sleeve type Ag/AgCl and separates the inner reference element and filling solution from the sample with an outer chamber. This electrode can be used with a variety of filling solutions. Includes a 1 meter cable.
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