Hach sensION+ MM374 Multi-Parameter Benchtop Meter

The Hach sensION+ MM374 GLP lab pH/ISE/EC dual channel multimeter is ideal for advanced pH and conductivity measurements.


  • Multi-parameter channels allow for simultaneous measurement using two stirrer probes
  • Advanced pH and conductivity measurements
  • Automatic recognition of 3 buffer groups, at a determined pH value, etc.
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The Hach sensION+ MM374 is a flexible instrument that combines a pH, ion and conductivity meter. A guided navigation menu makes general electrochemistry testing fast and simple. The multi-parameter channels allow for simultaneous measurement using two stirrer probes. Channel one measures pH and conductivity with temperature, and channel two pH, ORP/Redox or ISE. Capable of storing up to 330 measurements per channel, the meter easily connects to a printer or PC through the RS 232 port.

All kits come complete with meter, probe, carrying case and all required accessories, making it simple to grab the kit and begin testing immediately.

  • Temperature
  • pH
  • Conductivity
  • Salinity
  • Total Dissolved Solids
  • ORP/Redox
  • Nitrate
  • Fluoride
  • Sodium
  • Chloride
  • Ammonia
  • Ammonium
  • (1) Meter
  • (1) pH 4 buffer
  • (1) pH 7 buffer
  • (1) pH 10 buffer
  • (1) Electrolyte solution
  • (1) Conductivity standard
  • (4) Calibration beakers
  • (1) Stand with probe holder
  • (1) Power supply
  • (1) User manual
Questions & Answers
What parameters can be measured with this meter?
The Hach SensION+ MM374 can measure temperature, pH, conductivity, salinity, TDS, ORP/redox, nitrate, fluoride, sodium, chloride, ammonia and ammonium.
Is the benchtop meter more accurate than the portable versions?
Yes. This benchtop meter has an ORP error margin of
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