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YSI 5750 Non-Stirring BOD Bottle Probe

YSI 5750 Non-Stirring BOD Bottle Probe

Description

The YSI 5750 BOD Probe is a non-stirring BOD probe that fits standard 300 mL BOD bottles and requires sample agitation with a magnetic stirrer.

Features

  • Works with a variety of YSI meters, including the YSI 52, 58, and 5000 series
  • Fits standard 300 mL BOD bottles
  • Comes with a 5775 membrane kit
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The YSI 5750 BOD Probe is a non-stirring BOD probe that fits standard 300 mL BOD bottles and requires sample agitation with a magnetic stirrer. The YSI 5750 probe comes with a 5-foot (1.5 m) cable and connects to the YSI 52, 58, 5000, and 5100. When used with the 5000 and 5100 instruments, a 5011 adapter is required.
What's Included:
  • (1) Cable with probe
  • (1) 5775 DO membrane kit
  • (1) Operations manual
Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
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$380.00
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