Hach Surface Water Test Kit

The Hach surface water test kit is Ideal for field testing industrial discharge in both ambient and environmental applications.

Features

  • Ideal for field testing industrial discharge in both ambient and environmental applications
  • Easy-to-use tests for ammonia, chlorine, pH, nitrate, dissolved oxygen, phosphorus, and temperature
  • Rugged, lightweight kit includes pH Pocket Pal Tester and all necessary apparatus and reagents
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Hach Surface Water Test Kit2559833 Surface water test kit
$365.00
Usually ships in 3-5 days
The Hach surface water test kit is ideal for field testing industrial discharge in both ambient and environmental applications, Hach's surface water test kit includes all necessary reagents and apparatus for performing seven critical water quality determinations. The kit includes a durable carrying case designed to keep chemistries and apparatus neat and well-organized. The kit is supplied with reagents for each test, all necessary apparatus, a carrying case, and instructions.
  • (1) pH Pocket Pal tester
  • (100) Ammonia tests
  • (100) Chlorine (free & total) tests
  • (100) Nitrate tests
  • (100) Dissolved oxygen tests
  • (100) Phosphorus tests
  • (1) Carrying case
  • All necessary apparatus and reagents for testing
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