Thermo Scientific™ Orion™ 8165BNWP ROSS™ Sure-Flow™ pH Electrode

Ideal for meaurement in thick or viscous samples, but compatible with all sample types. 


Overview
Brand: Thermo Scientific™

Manufacturer Part Number: 8165BNWP

UNSPSC: 41115604

Code: 59

Additional Details:
Additional Details: Weight: 0.25000kg



Alerts:

 Polar organic compounds should be avoided.

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Product Code. 10029150

Quantity Price
1 £ 374.0 / Each
Estimated Shipment
11-05-2017
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Description and Specification

Specification

Description With waterproof connector
pH Range 0 to 14
Precision 0.01
Temperature (Metric) Operating 0° to 100°C
Material Rugged Epoxy body
Junction Sure-Flow
Filling Solution Type 3M KCl
Length (Metric) Cable 1m
Connector Types Waterproof BNC
Diameter (Metric) Cap 16mm
Internal Reference ROSS
Includes Detachable bulb guard, 2 x 60mL bottles of fill solution

The Orion ROSS Sure-Flow pH Electrode provides field pH measurement where stability and high performance is desired (on-site pH soil). With a waterproof BNC connector, the pH electrode is made of a rugged epoxy body that resistants strong acids and bases.

The unique free-flowing junction cleans easily between measurements; press down on the cap to allow filling solution to flow through the junction and carry away any contaminants that may interfere with measurement. This clog-free feature offers the longest use life. A sleeve protects the pH sensing bulb and removes for easy cleaning. 

ROSS pH Electrode Benefits:

  • Improved measurements
  • Compatiblity with any brand of meter
  • TRIS compatible for use with most samples, including proteins and sulfides
  • Mercury and silver free to prevent sample contamination

Includes:

  • Detachable bulb guard
  • Two 60mL bottles of fill solution (810007)
  • 1m Cable

Notes:

  • Used intermittently in some organics
  • Polar organic compounds should be avoided

 

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