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Thermo Orion Platinized 2-Electrode Conductivity Cell

Thermo Orion Platinized 2-Electrode Conductivity Cell

Description

Platinized 2-electrode conductivity cell

Features

  • Low conductivity range
  • For ultra pure water applications
  • Platinized glass/platinum
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Thermo Scientific offers a wide choice of Orion 2-Electrode Conductivity Cell for laboratory and field applications.
Notable Specifications:
  • Application: Boiler feedwater, ultra-pure water
  • Cell Material: Glass/Platinum, platinized
  • Measurement Range: 0.1 uS/cm to 100 mS/cm
  • Cable Length: 1m
  • Cable Connection: 8-pin DIN
  • Approximate Cell Constant: 0.1 cm-1
  • Cell Dimension: 17 mm dia x 22 mm L, 13 mm dia x 120 mm L flat portion
  • Min/Max Immersion: 25/120 mm
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    Thermo Orion Platinized 2-Electrode Conductivity Cell 011020 Orion platinized 2-electrode conductivity cell, 8-pin DIN connector, 1m cable
    $374.40
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    Thermo Orion Platinized 2-Electrode Conductivity Cell 011020A Orion platinized 2-electrode conductivity cell, 8-pin waterproof DIN connector, 1m cable
    $518.40
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    Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
    Thermo Orion 60mL Conductivity Standards 011008 Orion conductivity standard, 100 uS, (5) 60mL bottles
    $93.60
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    Thermo Orion Conductivity Standard Pouches 01100910 Conductivity standard, 147 uS/cm, (10) 15mL pouches
    $38.16
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    Thermo Orion 60mL Conductivity Standards 011007 Orion conductivity standard, 1413 uS, (5) 60mL bottles
    $93.60
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    Thermo Orion Conductivity Standard Pouches 01100710 Orion conductivity standard, 1413 uS/cm, (10) 15mL pouches
    $38.16
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    Thermo Orion 60mL Conductivity Standards 011006 Orion conductivity standard, 12,900 uS, (5) 60mL bottles
    $93.60
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    Thermo Orion Conductivity Standard Pouches 01100610 Orion conductivity standard, 12,900 uS/cm, (10) 15mL pouches
    $38.16
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