Hach FF-2 Freshwater Aquaculture Test Kit

The Hach Freshwater Aquaculture Test Kit allows the measurement of 10 critical water parameters using accurate Digital Titrator titration and continuous color-disc colorimetry.

Features

  • The digital titrator is a compact, accurate dispensing unit that replaces a buret
  • Color disc features a continuous-gradient color wheel for fast, accurate comparisons
  • All tests are stored in rugged carrying case
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Overview
The Hach Freshwater Aquaculture Test Kit allows the measurement of 10 critical water parameters using accurate Digital Titrator titration and continuous color-disc colorimetry.

Mechanics
Acidity, alkalinity, carbon dioxide, chloride, dissolved oxygen, and hardness tests are conducted with the Digital Titrator - a compact, accurate dispensing unit that replaces a buret. Ammonia nitrogen, nitrite nitrogen, and pH determinations are colorimetric tests. Results are obtained by matching the developed color of the sample to a precalibrated color disc. The kit also contains a rugged, armored thermometer for temperature readings.

Durable
With this aquaculture kit, the analyst can obtain the data necessary for making the right management decisions. Packaged in a durable, portable case, the kit can be used for measurements in the field.

  • (2) 100mL Bottles of Deionized Water
  • (23) Reagents
  • (1) Flask
  • (1) Graduated Cylinder
  • (1) Color Comparator Box
  • (1) Digital Titrator
  • (1) Delivery Tube
  • (2) Plastic Tubes
  • (1) Thermometer
  • (1) BOD Bottle
  • (3) Color Discs
  • (1) Manual
  • (1) Carrying Case
Questions & Answers
When measuring for Chloride, how can I convert my answers to mg/L sodium chloride?
Results may be expressed as mg/L sodium chloride (NaCl) by multiplying the mg/L chloride (Cl–) by 1.65.
When measuring for Nitrite, how can I convert my answers to mg/L nitrite?
The test results can be converted from mg/L nitrite nitrogen (N) to mg/L nitrite (NO2–) by multiplying the final reading by 3.3.
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