Hach Intellical PHC805 Refillable Glass pH Electrodes

The Hach Intellical PHC805 is a digital combination pH electrode with a built-in temperature sensor. The PHC805 is a pH refillable electrode with a ceramic porous pin reference junction.

Features

  • Glass body electrode is chemically resistant and easy to clean
  • Refillable reference typically delivers longer expected life than gel-filled electrodes
  • Probes alert the user when re-calibration is needed
$428.00
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Overview
The Hach Intellical PHC805 is a digital combination pH electrode with built-in temperature sensor. The PHC805 is a pH refillable electrode with ceramic porous pin reference junction. A 50-mL bottle of KCl 3M Electrode Filling Solution is included with the probe.

Applications
This laboratory glass pH electrode is ideal for measuring pH in general purposes laboratory applications for aqueous samples. The PHC805 is not suitable for use with organic solvents, low ionic strength, wastewater, high solids or high alkaline sample types.

Accuracy: ±0.02 pH
Application: High Performance (0 to 80C)
Cable Length: 1 m (3.28 ft)
Electrode Type: RedRod / Refillable Reference Element
Filling Solution: 3 M KCl (#2756559)
Junction: Porous Pin Junction
Kit?: No
Length: 200 mm (7.87 in.)
Method Type: Laboratory: RedRod / Refillable Reference Element
Parameter: pH
Probe Type: Standard
Product Kit: Model: PHC805
Accessories Included: None
Range: 0 - 14 pH
Reference Type: Ag/AgCl
Resolution: 0.001/0.01/0.1
Sample depth: 18 mm (0.71 in.)
Sensor material: Glass
Sensor Type: pH Glass
Sodium (Alkalinity) error: <0.3 pH at pH 13 in 0.1 M NaOH
Temperature Accuracy: ±0.3 °C (±0.54 °F)
Temperature Range: 0 - 80 °C (32 - 176 °F)
Temperature Resolution: 0.1 °C (0.18 °F)
Test requirements: Parameter Needed: pH
Minimum Sample Depth (mm): 18
Thermistor: ATC
Warranty: 12 months
Weight: 0.1 kg
  • IntelliCAL PHC805 Laboratory pH electrode with storage soaker bottle, 1m cable
  • 5-mL bottle reference electrolyte filling solution KCl 3M solution)
  • Test certificate
  • Basic User Manual
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