Hach SpecCheck Secondary Gel Standards Set

The Hach SpecCheck Secondary Gel Standards Set contains four vials filled with gels that simulate the test color at various chlorine concentrations.

Features

  • Check instrument response without sample or reagent preparation
  • Colored gels are stable, assuring consistent performance
  • 2-year guaranteed performance
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Hach SpecCheck Secondary Gel Standards Set2635300 SpecCheck secondary gel standards set, DPD chlorine, 0-2.0 mg/L range
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Hach SpecCheck Secondary Gel Standards Set 2893300 SpecCheck secondary gel standards set, DPD chlorine, 0-6.5 mg/L range
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HachHach SpecCheck Secondary Gel Standards Set includes four 10-mL (1-inch) sealed glass cells with a blank and three different standards within the typical testing range, instructions, plastic case and Certificate of Analysis. SpecCheck Standards are computer-formulated and have a two-year shelf life from date of manufacture.
  • Use with Hach Colorimeters and Spectrophotometers
  • Solid Gel Standards - No preparation required
  • Ideal for instrument verification in the lab and in the field
  • 2-year guaranteed performance
  • NIST traceable
  • (4) 10 mL (1-inch) sealed glass cells
  • (3) Standards and a blank
  • (1) Certificate of analysis
  • (1) Instructions
  • (1) Plastic case
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