Thermo Orion Epoxy Body ATC Probe

Thermo Orion aqueous samples ATC probe has a durable epoxy body.

Features

  • Designed for aqueous samples, intermittent use in methanol or ethanol
  • Durable epoxy body
  • EPA compliant pH measurements
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Thermo Orion aqueous samples ATC probe measures sample temperatures and adjusts pH measurements by correcting the electrode slope according to the measured temperature.
  • Temperature Range: 0 to 80 C
  • Temperature Accuracy: +/-1 C
  • Length: 120 mm
  • Diameter: 6 mm
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