Extech Conductivity Standards

Extech Conductivity Standards calibrate conductivity meters to ensure measurement accuracy.

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  • Convenient pint size
  • Two pottles per pack
  • Can be used for non-Extech meters as well
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Extech Conductivity StandardsEC-84-P 84 uS/cm conductivity standard, 2 pint bottles
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Extech Conductivity Standards EC-1413-P 1413 uS/cm conductivity standard, 2 pint bottles
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Extech Conductivity Standards EC-12880-P 12,880 uS/cm conductivity standard, 2 pint bottles
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Extech Conductivity Standards
EC-84-P
84 uS/cm conductivity standard, 2 pint bottles
Usually ships in 1-2 weeks
$29.99
Extech Conductivity Standards
EC-1413-P
1413 uS/cm conductivity standard, 2 pint bottles
Usually ships in 1-2 weeks
$29.99
Extech Conductivity Standards
EC-12880-P
12,880 uS/cm conductivity standard, 2 pint bottles
Usually ships in 1-2 weeks
$29.99

The Extech Conductivity Standard is offered in a convenient pint size to calibrate conductivity meters for optimum accuracy.

  • (2) Pint bottles of conductivity standard
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