Hach Fluoride Combination Electrode

Hach fluoride combination electrode with electrolyte gel cartridges and manual

Features

  • Crystal membrane
  • A double junction reference half-cell with a free-flowing outer reference junction
  • Provides fast, stable response with accurate measurements
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Hach Fluoride Combination Electrode5192800 Fluoride combination electrode with electrolyte gel cartridges and manual
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The Hach Fluoride Combination Electrode measures free fluoride ions in aqueous solutions using a sensing element bonded to the electrode body. The electrode is a complete electrochemical cell consisting of a double-junction reference electrode and a fluoride sensing electrode.

The Fluoride Electrode will measure fluoride in a variety of solutions. Applications include drinking water, acidic solutions, and basic solutions.
  • Concentration Range: 0.01 mg/L F (5 x 10(-7) M) to saturated solutions
  • pH Range: pH 5-7 at 5 x 10(-7) M (0.01 mg/L) to pH 11 at 10(-1) M (1900 mg/L)
  • Slope: -58 +/-3 mV/decade in the linear concentration range
  • Temp Range: 0-80 C continuous use; 80100 C intermittent use
  • Storage Temp: 30 to 80 C (dry)
  • Reproducibility: +/-1%
  • Response Time: 95% response in one minute or less in the linear range
  • Storage: Dry (in air), or in a fluoride standard solution for shortterm Electrode Resistance 150-200 kΩ
  • Minimum Sample Size: 3 mL in a 50 mL beaker
  • Length: 110 mm (4.4 in.)
  • Body diameter: 12 mm (0.48 in.)
  • Cable length: 100 cm (40 in.)
  • Cap diameter: 16 mm (0.64 in.)
  • Connector Type: BNC
  • Hach Fluoride combination electrode
  • Electrolyte gel cartridges
  • Operations manual
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