Thermo Orion Standard Ammonia Electrode & Reagent Kit

This kit includes the Orion Standard Performance Ammonia ISE and is ideal for mid to high ammonia level measurements.


  • All the consumables needed for ammonia analysis in wastewater management
  • Includes electrode, standards, ISA, and storage sleeve
  • Save 30% versus buying each component separately
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This kit includes the Orion Standard Performance Ammonia ISE and is ideal for mid to high ammonia level measurements. The Ionic Strength Adjuster (ISA) included in the kit, is formulated for samples containing metallic ions and has pH indicating blue dye added, so you know the pH is correct for analysis.

Chemical composition of the wastewater is carefully measured both as it enters treatment and before it is released into public rivers, lakes and the oceans. In the U.S., wastewater is regulated by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), as well as state and municipal authorities, with each providing varying standards that must be strictly followed. Orion Ammonia Electrode and Reagent Kits make it easy and economical to measure ammonia levels in wastewater during and after treatment.

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