AC2001

Thermo Orion AQUAfast pH Reagent Kit

Thermo Orion AQUAfast II pH Reagent Kit

Description

The Orion AQUAfast pH phenol red reagent kit includes 100 tests.

Features

  • Convenient to use tablets
  • Rapidly dissolving with a long shelf-life
  • Tablets allow chemistry to be added to sample without reagent loss
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$23.20
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Orion AQUAfast pH test kit for use with your Orion AQUAfast colorimeter. Test kit chemistries are convenient to use tablets. Rapidly dissolving, with a long shelf-life, the tablets allow chemistry to be added to sample without reagent loss.
Notable Specifications:
  • Measurement range: 6.5 - 8.4 mg/L
What's Included:
  • (100) Test tablets
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Thermo Orion AQUAfast pH Reagent Kit AC2001 Orion AQUAfast pH tablet phenol red reagent kit, 100 tests
$20.88
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