LZW9990.99

Hach Carrying Case for sensION+ PH1 and sensION+ EC5

Hach Carrying Case for sensION+ PH1 and sensION+ EC5

Description

This durable case for the sensION+ PH1 and sensION+ EC5 provides everything necessary for lab work in the field

Features

  • Rugged, field-ready case
  • Provides a complete mobile measurement station
  • Holds meter and all accessories
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$80.50
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The Hach carrying case for the sensION+ PH1 basic portable pH meter and sensION+ EC5 portable conductivity meter facilitates an all-in one field measurement kit. With interior padding and a hard outer shell, instruments are protected from the elements and accidents. The case provides a complete mobile measurement station with spaces for each accessory molded for a tight fit.
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Hach Carrying Case for sensION+ PH1 and sensION+ EC5 LZW9990.99 Carrying Case for sensION+ PH1 and sensION+ EC5
$80.50
Usually ships in 3-5 days

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