Hach Alkalinity (Total) TNTplus Vial Test
- Easy and safe handling
- No reagent blank necessary
- Automatic method detection
- Documented shelf life and COA
For photometric determination of total alkalinity in drinking water, wastewater, and boiler water.
Traditional alkalinity measurement has involved time consuming titrations requiring expensive glassware and subjective end point determination by difficult to see color changes. With Alkalinity TNTplus reagents, simply add sample and included indicator to the vial, invert to mix, and insert into your Hach spectrophotometer! The Direct Read Technology will provide your Total Alkalinity result to the nearest mg/L! No more cleaning glassware, dealing with large amounts of waste, and worrying about human errors.
25 Total Alkalinity reagent vials per box.
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