AC4P55

Thermo Orion Manganese Powder Pack

Thermo Orion Manganese Powder Pack

Description

The Orion manganese powder packs are rapid dissolving economical reagents that work with the Orion AQUAfast IV and other manufacturers colorimeters.

Features

  • Pre-measured and ready-to-use
  • Allows for easier and cleaner measurements
  • Works with the Orion AQUAfast IV Advanced Colorimeter
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$65.60
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$59.04
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Powder Chemistry Packs are the latest advancement in the realm of colorimetric measurement. They are pre-measured and ready-to-use.

Just add the powder pack to the sample, allow it to dissolve and react, then get your measurement. It is that simple! For added convenience, these powder packs can be used on other manufacturers colorimeters. We have a wide range of EPA equivalent chemistries available, all of which are preprogrammed into the Orion AQ4000. Each powder chemistry pack contains 100 tests.
  • Equivalent to other widely used and recognized chemistries!
  • Allows for easier and cleaner measurements
  • Works with the Orion AQUAfast IV Advanced Colorimeter
Notable Specifications:
  • Measurement range: 0.2 - 20 mg/L
What's Included:
  • (100) Reagent tests
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Thermo Orion Manganese Powder Pack AC4P55 Orion AQUAfast manganese HR powder reagent kit, 100 tests
$59.04
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