9606BNWP

Thermo Orion ionplus Sure-Flow Cyanide Electrode

Thermo Orion ionplus Sure-Flow Cyanide Electrode

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Orion cyanide ionplus sure-flow solid state combination electrode, waterproof BNC connector, 1m cable

Features

  • Sensing and reference half-cells built into one electrode
  • Sure-Flow reference junction prevents electrode clogging
  • Provides fast and stable readings
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The Thermo Orion ionplus Cyanide Electrode measures cyanide ions in aqueous solutions quickly, simply, accurately, and economically.

The Thermo Orion ionplus Cyanide Electrode offers additional benefits from the Sure-Flow Combination reference design. With this electrode, a separate reference electrode is unnecessary, making it convenient to use with small sample volumes. The free-flowing Sure-Flow junction assures stable, drift-free potentials. When measuring dirty samples which would clog conventional electrode junctions, the Sure-Flow junction can be opened and flushed clean simply by pressing the cap.
Notable Specifications:
  • Construction: ionplus Sure-Flow solid state combination
  • Measurement Range: 10(-2) to 8 x 10(-6) M / 260 to 0.2 ppm
  • Temp Range: 0 to 80 C
  • Required Reference Electrode: Included
  • Reference Filling Solution: 900062
  • Calibration Standards: Consult user guide
  • Required ISA: 951011
Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
Thermo Orion ionplus Sure-Flow Cyanide Electrode 9606BNWP Orion cyanide ionplus sure-flow solid state combination electrode, waterproof BNC connector, 1m cable
$731.85
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Thermo Orion Optimum Results B Electrode Fill Solution 900062 Orion Optimum Results B electrode fill solution, 5 x 60 mL
$90.95
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Thermo Orion Cyanide Alkaline Reagent 951011 Orion cyanide alkaline reagent, 10 N NaOH, 475 mL
$91.80
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