2537800

Hach Hydrogen Sulfide Test Kit

Hach Hydrogen Sulfide Test Kit

Description

Hydrogen sulfide test kit, HS-C, 0-5 mg/L, 18 tests

Features

  • For use with Alka-Seltzer tablets (gold package) that do not contain aspirin
  • Color comparison of the test paper to the color on the color chart
  • Test results in 2 minutes!
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$48.29
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In the HS-C kit, sulfide discolors a detection paper. Results are obtained by comparison of the color to a printed chart.

Resulting from the anaerobic decomposition of organic matter, hydrogen sulfide is present in many water supplies. Sewage and industrial wastes are other sources of sulfide pollution. Highly toxic, this compound has a characteristic rotten egg odor, which can be detected long before harmful concentrations are reached.
Notable Specifications:
  • Method: Color Chart
  • Range: 0-5 mg/L
  • Test increments: 0.0, 0.1, 0.3, 0.5, 0.7, 1.0, 2.0, 5.0
What's Included:
  • (18) Packages of 2, foil wrapped Alka-Seltzer without aspirin
  • (1) Hydrogen Sulfide Bottle with cap
  • (1) Hydrogen Sulfide Test Chart
  • Hydrogen Sulfide Test Papers
  • Instructions
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Hach Hydrogen Sulfide Test Kit 2537800 Hydrogen sulfide test kit, HS-C, 0-5 mg/L, 18 tests
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