Hach Bacteria, Yeast & Mold Paddle Tester

The Hach paddle tester can test water, other liquids, and even solid surfaces for aerobic bacteria, yeast, and mold in a quick amount of time.

Features

  • Allows fast screening of water samples for unsanitary conditions
  • The leak proof testing vial is optically clear for quick readings
  • Includes a molded-in grid for easy colony counting
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Hach Bacteria, Yeast & Mold Paddle Tester2610810 Bacteria, yeast & mold paddle tester, 10 pack
$50.99
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The Hach Paddle Tester allows fast and easy screening of water samples, solid surfaces, and liquids where unsanitary conditions may exist. Each side of the paddle's vial cap is used to perform a separate test. The cap has a grid for easy colony counting without opening the vial.
  • (10) Paddle Tester packs
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