Thermo Orion Fluoride Electrode & Reagent Kit

Ensure correct fluoride measurements by using high quality Thermo Orion ion specific electrodes and reagents.


  • All the consumables you need to measure fluoride in a convenient kit
  • Fluoride Standards are pre-mixed with total ionic strength adjustor
  • Total Ionic Strength Adjustor (TISAB II) included for addition to samples
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Too much or too little fluoride can be harmful to humans and the environment. In the US the maximum amount of fluoride in drinking water is regulated by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). However, recently the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services published “U.S. Public Health Service (PHS) Recommendation for Fluoride Concentration in Drinking Water for the Prevention of Dental Caries” which recommends lower levels than previous recommendations. The US government now recommends a fluoride concentration of 0.7 mg/L (parts per million, ppm) to maintain caries prevention benefits and reduce the risk of dental fluorosis. Thermo Scientific Orion offers Orion Fluoride ISE and Reagent Kits which enable you to easily comply with both standards.

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  • (940907) 100 ppm Fluoride Standard, 475 ml
  • (040906) 1 ppm Fluoride Standard with TISAB II, 475ml
  • (040907) 2 ppm Fluoride Standard with TISAB II, 475 ml
  • (040908) 10 ppm Fluoride Standard with TISAB II, 475ml
  • (940909) TISAB II, 1 gallon
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