Thermo Orion AQUAfast COD Reagent Kits

Thermo Orion chemical oxygen demand (COD) reagents are designed for the AQUAfast IV Colorimeter or the Orion AQUAfast AQ3140 COD colorimeter.

Features

  • Convenient, ready to use reagent vials
  • Fully prepared reagents offer safety for the user
  • Reagents comply with EPA guidelines for COD testing
List Price $50.80
Your Price $47.24
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Thermo Orion AQUAfast COD Reagent KitsCODL00 Orion AQUAfast COD (0-150 ppm) liquid reagent kit, 25 tests
$47.24
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Thermo Orion AQUAfast COD Reagent Kits CODL150 Orion AQUAfast COD (0-150 ppm) liquid reagent kit, 150 tests
$238.08
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Thermo Orion COD (Range 0-1500 ppm) Test Kit CODH00 Orion AQUAfast COD (0-1500 ppm) liquid reagent kit, 25 tests
$47.24
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Thermo Orion AQUAfast COD Reagent Kits CODM150 Orion AQUAfast COD (0-1500 ppm) liquid reagent kit, 150 tests
$244.59
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Thermo Orion COD (Range 0-15000 ppm) Test Kit CODHP0 Orion AQUAfast COD (0-15000 ppm) liquid reagent kit, 25 tests
$47.24
Usually ships in 3-5 days
Thermo Orion AQUAfast COD Reagent Kits CODH150 Orion AQUAfast COD (0-15000 ppm) liquid reagent kit, 150 tests
$238.08
Usually ships in 3-5 days
Thermo Orion AQUAfast COD Reagent Kits
CODL00
Orion AQUAfast COD (0-150 ppm) liquid reagent kit, 25 tests
Usually ships in 3-5 days
$47.24
Thermo Orion AQUAfast COD Reagent Kits
CODL150
Orion AQUAfast COD (0-150 ppm) liquid reagent kit, 150 tests
Usually ships in 3-5 days
$238.08
Thermo Orion COD (Range 0-1500 ppm) Test Kit
CODH00
Orion AQUAfast COD (0-1500 ppm) liquid reagent kit, 25 tests
Usually ships in 3-5 days
$47.24
Thermo Orion AQUAfast COD Reagent Kits
CODM150
Orion AQUAfast COD (0-1500 ppm) liquid reagent kit, 150 tests
Usually ships in 3-5 days
$244.59
Thermo Orion COD (Range 0-15000 ppm) Test Kit
CODHP0
Orion AQUAfast COD (0-15000 ppm) liquid reagent kit, 25 tests
Usually ships in 3-5 days
$47.24
Thermo Orion AQUAfast COD Reagent Kits
CODH150
Orion AQUAfast COD (0-15000 ppm) liquid reagent kit, 150 tests
Usually ships in 3-5 days
$238.08
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Thermo Orion 16mm Replacement Vials AC2V16 Orion 16mm replacement glass sample vials, 10 pack
$78.21
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Thermo Orion AQ4000 Colorimeter AQ4000 Orion AQ4000 colorimeter with carrying case
$1,203.42
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Orion 16mm replacement glass sample vials, 10 pack
Usually ships in 3-5 days
$78.21
Orion AQ4000 colorimeter with carrying case
Usually ships in 3-5 days
$1,203.42
Thermo Scientific offers prepared COD reagents designed for the Orion AQUAfast IV Advanced Colorimeter or the Orion AQUAfast AQ3140 COD colorimeter. The reagents are available in three ranges (0-150 mg/L, 0-1500 mg/L, 0-15,000 mg/L). Fully prepared reagents offer convenience and safety for the user. Reagents comply with EPA guidelines for COD testing.
  • Accuracy: +/-3.5%
  • Kit Size: 25 Cuvettes per kit
  • Cuvette Dimensions with cap: 16 mm x 92 mm
  • Shipping Weight: 490 grams
  • Hazard Shipping: DGIEQ
  • Shelf Life: 2 years
  • Warranty: Out of Box
Questions & Answers
Are these self-fill vials from the AQUAfast COD reagent kit reacted in a heating block and then read in the AQ 4000 colorimeter without transferring to 16 mm vials?

These vials contain prepared reagents for simpler and safer COD testing. After adding the sample to the prepared cuvette according to the instructions, allow the samples to digest in a thermoreactor. As these are already 16mm vials, there is no need to transfer the digested sample to a new vial when analyzing in the AQ 4000 colorimeter.

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