Thermo Orion ROSS All-in-One pH Buffer Kit

The Thermo Orion ROSS All-in-One pH Buffer Kit includes 4.01, 7.00 and 10.01 buffers, ROSS storage solution, cleaning solution and storage bottle used to maintain pH electrodes.

Features

  • pH, Ion Conductivity, & Oxygen Measurement
  • Three different pH buffers
  • Includes cleaning solution and storage bottle
List Price $149.00
$138.57
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Thermo Scientific Orion ROSS All-in-One buffer kit provides users with flexibility and value in the use and care of ROSS pH electrodes. This convenient buffer kit comes with 4.01, 7.00 and 10.01 buffers, ROSS storage solution, cleaning solution and storage bottle.

(1) 475 mL bottle 4.01 pH buffer
(1) 475 mL bottle 7.00 pH buffer
(1) 475 mL bottle 10.01 pH buffer
(1) 475 mL bottle electrode storage solution
(1) 30 mL bottle electrode cleaning solution
(1) pH electrode storage bottle

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Orion ROSS All-in-One pH buffer kit, (1) 475mL bottle ea. of pH 4, 7, 10; storage solution; cleaning solution; storage bottle
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