Thermo Orion Redox/ORP Sure Flow Electrode

Thermo Orion redox/ORP Sure-Flow electrode has an epoxy body that makes up this combination electrode.

Features

  • Designed for use in water, wastewater, metal plating, and biotech samples
  • Recommended for measurement of reduction/oxidation potential and Redox titrations
  • Durable and clog-free
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Thermo Orion Redox/ORP Sure Flow Electrode
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Orion combination Redox/ORP sure-flow electrode with epoxy body, waterproof BNC connector, 1m cable
Usually ships in 3-5 days
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The Thermo Orion Redox/ORP Sure Flow Electrode combines a platinum redox and a silver/silver chloride reference electrode in one body. It is an epoxy body electrode with a sleeve junction.

The electrode can be used to make direct measurements of redox potentials or to perform potentiometric titrations. It is not designed for amperometric or constant current titrations, such as the Karl Fischer.

Teamed with the introduction of the Orion Star Series, Thermo Scientific has also introduced the new WP- waterproof and secure electrode connectors, a revolutionary feature of the new Orion Star Series Meters. The BNWP connector provides a waterproof and secure connection when used with the new Orion Star Series meters.

Recommended Use: For measurement of reduction/oxidation potential and Redox titrations.
  • Temperature Range: 0 to 90 C
  • Internal Reference: Ag/AgCl
  • Junction: Sure-Flow
  • Fill Solution: 4 M KCI with Ag/AgCI
  • Length: 110 mm
  • Diameter: 13 mm
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