Hach Acidity Test Kit

Hach Acidity Test Kit, AC-6, 5 to 100 mg/L, 20 to 400 mg/L CaCO3, 100 tests

Features

  • Kit includes enough reagents to cover 100 tests
  • Rugged carrying case is durable and portable
  • Economical titration method
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Hach Acidity Test Kit222301 Acidity test kit, AC-6
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Hach Acidity Test Kit
222301
Acidity test kit, AC-6
Usually ships in 3-5 days
$60.40

Acidity in surface and ground water may be the source of industrial pollution from the presence of mineral acids, salts of strong acids or free carbon dioxide. Excessive levels cause corrosion and can be fatal to fish populations. In an effort to protect the naturally occurring habitat and identify acidity levels in a body of water, the Hach Acidity Test Kit contains all required reagents and apparatus in a rugged carrying case for analysis in the field. 

  • (1) Sample Measuring Tube
  • (1) Mixing Bottle
  • (1) Reagents
  • (1) Instruction Sheet
  • (1) Carrying Case
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