2100Q Portable Turbidity Meter Rental

Portable Field Turbidity Meter

Features

  • Measure turbidity from 0 to 1000 NTU
  • IP67 housing with 500 measurement data logger
  • Uses USEPA Approved 180.1 method
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2100Q Portable Turbidity Meter Rental
With a measurement range of 0 to 1000 NTU and built-in data logger, the 2100Q is ideal for regulatory monitoring, process control or field studies.
  • (1) Portable turbidimeter
  • (1) Carrying case with insert
  • (6) Sample cells
  • (1) Sealed vial each of 20, 100 & 800 NTU StablCal primary calibration standards
  • (1) 10 NTU primary verification standard
  • (1) 15mL bottle of silicone oil
  • (1) Sample cell oiling cloth
  • (1) Operations manual
  • (1) Quick start guide
  • (4) AA alkaline batteries
Questions & Answers
Do I have to ship my rental back Next Day Air?

No, Ground is acceptable to ship back rentals.

Does my rental period start as soon as it is shipped?

No, the rental period starts the day you receive the product.

If my project is taking longer than I expected, can I get a rental extension?

Yes, Call or email your Fondriest team member to set up a rental extension.

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