Hach pH Platinum Series Flat-End Electrode

Hach pH platinum series flat-end electrode with (2) electrolyte cartridges and manual

Features

  • Flat glass membrane that hydrates easily, and has durability at high temperatures
  • Double junction reference half-cell with a free-flowing outer reference junction
  • Design ideal for use with samples containing sulfide or other substances
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Hach pH Platinum Series Flat-End Electrode5191500 pH platinum series flat-end electrode with (2) electrolyte cartridges and manual
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Hach Potassium Chloride Reference Electrolyte Gel Cartridges 2546902 Potassium chloride reference electrolyte gel cartridges, 2 pack
$16.55
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Hach pH Electrode Storage Powder Pillows 2657364 pH electrode storage powder pillows, 25mL sample, 20 tests
$36.59
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Hach Low Ionic Strength Sample Chamber Kit 5189900 Low ionic strength sample chamber kit
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Hach Soaker Bottle for pH Electrode 5192900 Soaker bottle for pH electrode
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The Hach pH Platinum Series Flat-End Electrode, features improved reference junction designs, provide fast, stable response and accurate measurements. Conventional combination electrodes use porous
frits as the junction between the reference half-cell and the sample. The porous material rapidly clogs with precipitated silver chloride, causing unstable junction potentials. The Flat-End pH Electrode uses a double junction reference half-cell with a free-flowing outer reference junction. The free-flowing junction provides nearly constant junction potential, greater accuracy and reliability than conventional porous junction electrodes, and is ideal for both routine and demanding applications.

The Flat-End pH Electrode contains a silver/silver chloride element in an inner chamber that contacts the electrolyte solution at an inner junction. Electrolyte flows from the free-flowing outer
junction at the electrode tip. This design makes it ideal for use with samples containing sulfide or other substances.

This Hach electrode uses a flat glass membrane that can be used at temperatures of 0 to 45 C, hydrates easily, and has durability at high temperatures. A moderate sodium error occurs at pH levels greater than 12.
  • pH Range: 0-13 pH units
  • Isopotential Point: 7.0 +/-0.5 pH (0 +/-29 mV)
  • Electrode Resistance: 450 Mohms at 25 C (new)
  • Slope: -58 +/-3 mV at 25 C
  • Temp Range: 0 to 45 C (routine use), 45 to 80 C (occasional use), -40 to 50 C (storage)
  • Reference Element: Silver/Silver Chloride Double Junction
  • Tip diameter: 12.7 mm (0.50 inches)
  • Tip length: 104 mm (4.10 inches)
  • Total length: 229 mm (9.0 inches)
  • Cable Length: 91.5 cm (36 inches)
  • Connector Type: BNC Connector
  • (1) Hach pH platinum series flat-end electrode
  • (2) electrolyte cartridges
  • (1) Operations manual
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