Thermo Orion Standard Ammonia Electrode

Orion standard combination ammonia electrode, waterproof BNC connector, 1m cable

Features

  • Reliable results at mid to high ammonia levels
  • Gas-sensing electrode used to measure the ammonium ion after conversion to ammonia
  • Extra membranes and electrode filling solution
List Price $772.00
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Thermo Orion Standard Ammonia Electrode9512BNWP Orion standard combination ammonia electrode, waterproof BNC connector, 1m cable
$694.80
Usually ships in 3-5 days
Thermo Orion Standard Ammonia Electrode
9512BNWP
Orion standard combination ammonia electrode, waterproof BNC connector, 1m cable
Usually ships in 3-5 days
$694.80
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Thermo Orion Ammonia Standard Electrode Fill Solution 951202 Orion ammonia standard electrode fill solution, 60mL
$72.00
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Orion ammonia standard, 0.1 M NH4Cl, 475 mL 951006 Orion ammonia standard, 0.1 M NH4Cl, 475 mL
$76.14
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Thermo Orion Ammonia ISA with Blue Dye 951211 Orion ammonia pH-adjusting ISA with pH-indicating blue dye, 475mL
$96.30
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Thermo Orion Standard Ammonia Electrode Membranes 951204 Orion standard gas sensing ammonia electrode membranes, pack of 20
$129.60
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Thermo Orion Ammonia Electrode Membrane Caps 951205 Orion bonded membrane caps for standard ammonia electrode, pack of 3
$160.20
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Orion ammonia standard electrode fill solution, 60mL
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$72.00
Orion ammonia standard, 0.1 M NH4Cl, 475 mL
951006
Orion ammonia standard, 0.1 M NH4Cl, 475 mL
Usually ships in 3-5 days
$76.14
Orion ammonia pH-adjusting ISA with pH-indicating blue dye, 475mL
Usually ships in 3-5 days
$96.30
Orion standard gas sensing ammonia electrode membranes, pack of 20
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$129.60
Orion bonded membrane caps for standard ammonia electrode, pack of 3
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$160.20
The Thermo Orion standard ammonia electrode allows fast, simple, economical and accurate measurements of dissolved ammonia in aqueous solutions. This gas-sensing electrode can also be used to measure the ammonium ion after conversion to ammonia, or organic nitrogen after Kjeldahl digestion of the sample. Sample color and turbidity do not affect the measurement, and samples need not be distilled. Almost all anions, cations, and dissolved species, other than volatile amines, do not interfere.

The standard ammonia electrode comes with forty loose membranes; one cap for loose membranes; tweezers for handling membranes; one white dispensing cap; 60 mL electrode filling solution; and instruction manual.
  • Construction: Gas sensing combination
  • Measurement Range: 1.0 to 5 x 10-7 M / 17,000 to 0.01 ppm
  • Temp Range: 0 to 50 C
  • Required Reference Electrode: Included
  • Reference Filling Solution: 951202
  • Calibration Standards: 0.1 M NH4Cl (951006)
  • Required ISA: 951211
  • (1) Standard ammonia electrode
  • (40) Loose membranes
  • (1) Reusable membrane cap
  • (1) 60mL bottle of electrode filling solution (951202)
  • (1) Spout cap
  • (1) Tweezers
  • (1) 1m cable
Questions & Answers
Is this Electrode compatible with Mettler Toledo DL50?

The Thermo Orion Gas Sensing Ammonia Electrode is only compatible if an adaptor cable is used. The Mettler Toledo DL50 requires sensors with a LEMO connector, while this electrode has a BNC connector. Adaptor cables to make this electrode compatible are available here: http://www.fondriest.com/thermo-orion-electrode-adapter-cables-1.htm .

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