Thermo Orion Star T940 All-in-One Titrators
- 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
The Thermo Orion Star T940 all-in-one titrator is designed for flexible pH, redox and ion concentration titrations including equivalence point titrations, preset pH or mV endpoint titrations plus multiple known addition (MKA) mode for automated known addition of various ions. Pair the titrator option with any of the premium ROSS pH electrodes or Orion redox and ion selective electrodes or select one of the preconfigured titrator and electrode kits 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
- Thermo Orion Star T940 All-in-One Titrator Specifications
- Thermo Orion Star T900 Series Brochure
- Thermo Orion Star T900 Series Quick Start Guide
- Thermo Orion Star T900 Series Manual
- Thermo Orion Star T900 Total Alkalinity in Water by Automatic Titration Application Note
- Thermo Orion Star T900 Total Hardness in Water by Automatic Titration Application Note
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