Hach Intellical ISECL181 Chloride Ion Selective Electrodes

The Hach Intellical ISECL181 Chloride Ion Selective Electrode is a digital, combination, Chloride ion selective electrode (ISE).

Features

  • Available with 1 or 3m cable
  • The solid-state sensor design allows for DRY storage of the ISE without a shelf life
  • Includes non-refillable gel driTEK reference with a double junction, ceramic porous pin and porous PTFE annular ring, and built-in temperature sensor
Starting At $1,241.00
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Overview
The Hach Intellical ISECL181 Chloride Ion Selective Electrodes is a digital, combination, Chloride ion selective electrode (ISE) with a non-refillable gel driTEK reference with a double junction, ceramic porous pin and porous PTFE annular ring, and built-in temperature sensor. The electrode measures Chloride concentration in water samples. The laboratory version of this ISE is shockproof with its Epoxy plastic body.

Applications
The Intellical ISECL181 probe is available with a 1 or 3 meter cable and is intended for laboratory use. The ISECL181’s solid-state sensor design eliminates membrane replacement and allows for dry storage of the ISE. The ISECL181 is ideal for measuring chloride concentrations in wastewater, drinking water and general water quality applications.

Accuracy:

±0.02 mV or 0.05%, whichever is greater

Cable Length:

1 m (3.28 ft)

Electrode Type:

Non-Refillable Dritek Gel Reference Element

ISA Required:

Chloride ISA, (#2318069)

Junction:

Double Junction (ceramic Porous Pin and annular porous PTFE)

Kit?:

No

Length:

175 mm (6.89 in.)

Method Type:

Laboratory: Non-Refillable Dritek Gel Reference Element

Parameter:

Chloride

Probe Type:

Standard

Product Kit:

Model: ISECL181, Accessories Included: None

Range:

0.1 mg/L (3 x 10-6 M) - 35.5 g/L (1 M) Cl⁻

Reference Type:

Ag/AgCl

Resolution:

Selectable up to 4 significant digits

Sample depth:

25.4 mm (1 in.)

Sample Volume:

25 mL

Sensor material:

Epoxy

Sensor Type:

Solid-state crystal membrane

Special Features:

Dry storage & fast response time. No replacement membranes.

Temperature Accuracy:

±0.3 °C (±0.54 °F)

Temperature Range:

5 - 50 °C (41 - 122 °F)

Temperature Resolution:

0.1 °C (0.18 °F)

Test requirements:

Parameter Needed: Chloride, Minimum Sample Depth (mm): 26

Thermistor:

ATC

Warranty:

6 months

Weight:

0.1 kg

What's included?:

IntelliCAL ISECL181 combination Chloride ISE, 1 m cable (ISECL18101), Test certificate, and Basic User Manual.

IntelliCAL ISECL181 combination Chloride ISE, 1 m cable (ISECL18101), Test certificate, and Basic User Manual.
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