650470

Extech Tripak Dry Powder Buffer Capsules

Extech Tripak Dry Powder Buffer Capsules

Description

The Extech Tripak Powder Buffer Capsules are easy to use, already made fresh pH buffers for calibration.

Features

  • Dissolve 1 Capsule In 100mL Of Distilled Water To Prepare Buffer Solution
  • Accurate Up To +/- 0.02pH
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$26.99
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(1) Vial of 4 pH Dry Powder Buffer (10 Capsules)

(1) Vial of 7 pH Dry Powder Buffer (10 Capsules)

(1) Vial of 10 pH Dry Powder Buffer (10 Capsules)

(1) Dispenser Vial Of Color Key Preservative 

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