Fondriest Environmental Zero Oxygen Standard

Fondriest Environmental's zero oxygen standard is a sodium sulfite solution for calibrating and/or confirming performance of dissolved oxygen sensors.
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Fondriest Environmental Zero Oxygen StandardFNZE4175-P Zero oxygen standard, 500mL bottle
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Fondriest Environmental Zero Oxygen Standard FNZE4175-Q Zero oxygen standard, 1L bottle
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Fondriest Environmental Zero Oxygen Standard
FNZE4175-P
Zero oxygen standard, 500mL bottle
Usually ships in 3-5 days
$13.00
Fondriest Environmental Zero Oxygen Standard
FNZE4175-Q
Zero oxygen standard, 1L bottle
Usually ships in 3-5 days
$23.00
Questions & Answers
What is the shelf life of the standard, opened and unopened?

There is a 12 month shelve life on an unopened bottle of zero oxygen. As soon as the bottle is opened, oxygen becomes introduced and the value will change. If you plan to use the bottle more than once, it needs to be opened for as short a time as possible. Additionally, any air space in the bottle can make the value change.

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