Thermo Orion Star T920 Redox Titrators

The Thermo Scientific Orion Star T920 redox titrators are designed to increase your laboratory productivity by automating titrations.

Features

  • Offer easy-to-use navigation from setup to live titration analysis to data transfer
  • Showcase titrations, onscreen instructions and help menus on a large color graphic touchscreen display
  • Create and save up to ten user-defined methods
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Thermo Orion Star T920 Redox TitratorsSTART9200 Orion Star T920 redox titrator, includes 20 mL burette, stirrer probe, dispenser probe, standard tubing kit, 1 L plastic bottle, GL38 bottle cap with drying tube, computer cable, literature on USB drive, 110-240 V power supplies
$3,186.90
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Thermo Orion Star T920 Redox Titrators START9201 Orion Star T920 redox titrator kit, includes 9778BNWP glass-body redox electrode, 20 mL burette, stirrer probe, dispenser probe, standard tubing kit, 1 L plastic bottle, GL38 bottle cap with drying tube, computer cable, literature on USB drive, 110-240 V power supplies
$3,305.70
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Thermo Orion Star A Series Ink Ribbon Printer STARA-106 Orion Star A Series ink ribbon printer
$610.20
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Thermo Orion Star T900 Series Burettes START-B10 Orion Star T900 series 10mL burette
$365.40
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Thermo Orion Star T900 Series Burettes START-B20 Orion Star T900 series 20mL burette
$365.40
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Thermo Orion Star T900 Series Burettes START-B50 Orion Star T900 series 50mL burette
$365.40
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Thermo Orion Star T900 Series Tubing Kits START-TB1 Orion Star T900 series standard tubing kit
$102.60
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Thermo Orion Star T900 Series Tubing Kits START-TB2 Orion Star T900 series light block tubing kit
$102.60
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Thermo Orion Star T900 Series Plastic Bottles START-BT1 Orion Star T900 series 1L plastic bottle
$23.40
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Thermo Orion Star T900 Series Amber Glass Bottles START-BT2 Orion Star T900 series 1L amber glass bottle
$23.40
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Thermo Orion Star T900 Series Plastic Bottles START-BT3 Orion Star T900 series plastic bottle, 12 pack
$162.90
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Thermo Orion Star T900 Series Amber Glass Bottles START-BT4 Orion Star T900 series amber glass bottle, 12 pack
$162.90
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Thermo Orion Star T900 Series Bottle Caps START-CP1 Orion Star T900 series GL38 reagent bottle cap
$51.39
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Thermo Orion Star T900 Series Bottle Caps START-CP2 Orion Star T900 series GL45 reagent bottle cap
$51.39
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Thermo Orion Star T900 Series Dispenser Probe START-DS1 Orion Star T900 series dispenser probe
$88.56
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Thermo Orion Star T900 Series Burette Cover START-B00 Orion Star T900 series burette cover
$42.03
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Thermo Orion Star T900 Series Cable Management Kit START-EH3 Orion Star T900 series cable management kit
$18.72
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Use the Orion Star T920 redox titrator for dedicated redox titrations including sulfite/SO2 and reducing sugar in juice and wine, ascorbic acid (vitamin C) and peroxide value in food products, dissolved oxygen in wastewater by Winkler titration and organic matter in soil. Titration techniques include equivalence point titrations and preset mV endpoint titrations for versatile sample analysis. Pair the titrator option with any of the premium Orion redox electrodes or select the preconfigured titrator and electrode kit for a bundled discount.

  • (1) T900 Series titrator
  • (1) 20mL burette
  • (1) Burette cover
  • (1) Electrode holder
  • (1) Stirrer probe
  • (1) Dispenser probe
  • (1) Tubing kit
  • (1) Desiccant tube
  • (1) Reagent bottle holder
  • (1) 1L plastic reagent bottle
  • (1) GL38 reagent bottle cap
  • (1) USB computer cable
  • (1) USB flash drive with user manual
  • (1) 110-240V power adapters
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