Hach DPD Free Chlorine Reagent Powder Pillows

Free chlorine reagent powder pillows are EPA accepted for drinking water analysis.

Features

  • 5mL for use with Hach's chlorine visual test kits
  • 10mL and 25mL for use with Hach colorimeters and spectrophotometers
  • Packs of 50, 100, or 1000 powder pillows
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Hach DPD Free Chlorine Reagent Powder Pillows2197846 DPD Free Chlorine Reagent Powder Pillows, 5mL, pack of 50
$11.79
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Hach DPD Free Chlorine Reagent Powder Pillows 1407799 DPD Free Chlorine reagent powder pillows, 5mL, pack of 100
$21.79
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Hach DPD Free Chlorine Reagent Powder Pillows 2105569 DPD free chlorine reagent powder pillows, 10mL, pack of 100
$22.69
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Hach DPD Free Chlorine Reagent Powder Pillows 2105528 DPD free chlorine reagent powder pillows, 10mL, pack of 1000
$194.00
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Hach DPD Free Chlorine Reagent Powder Pillows 1407028 DPD Free chlorine reagent powder pillows, 25mL, pack of 1000
$225.00
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Hach DPD Free Chlorine Reagent Powder Pillows
2197846
DPD Free Chlorine Reagent Powder Pillows, 5mL, pack of 50
Usually ships in 3-5 days
$11.79
Hach DPD Free Chlorine Reagent Powder Pillows
1407799
DPD Free Chlorine reagent powder pillows, 5mL, pack of 100
Usually ships in 3-5 days
$21.79
Hach DPD Free Chlorine Reagent Powder Pillows
2105569
DPD free chlorine reagent powder pillows, 10mL, pack of 100
Usually ships in 3-5 days
$22.69
Hach DPD Free Chlorine Reagent Powder Pillows
2105528
DPD free chlorine reagent powder pillows, 10mL, pack of 1000
Usually ships in 3-5 days
$194.00
Hach DPD Free Chlorine Reagent Powder Pillows
1407028
DPD Free chlorine reagent powder pillows, 25mL, pack of 1000
Usually ships in 3-5 days
$225.00
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