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
Your Price $25.00
Usually ships in 3-5 days
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2100Q Portable Turbidity Meter Rental2100Q-D Rental of Hach 2100Q portable turbidimeter, priced per day
$25.00
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2100Q Portable Turbidity Meter Weekly Rental 2100Q-2D Rental of Hach 2100Q portable turbidimeter, priced per 2-day period
$40.00
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2100Q Portable Turbidity Meter Weekly Rental 2100Q-W Rental of Hach 2100Q portable turbidimeter, priced per week
$71.00
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2100Q Portable Turbidity Meter Weekly Rental 2100Q-2W Rental of Hach 2100Q portable turbidimeter, priced per 2-week period
$106.00
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2100Q Portable Turbidity Meter Rental 2100Q-M Rental of Hach 2100Q portable turbidimeter, priced per month
$152.00
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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
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