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365-75 Fluoride ION Selective Electrode (BNC)

RMS000836

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For acid, soil, food etc

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This product listing is for the Fluoride Combination ION Selective Electrode.
This electrode can be used with any convenctional hand held or laboratory pH meter with a millivolt mode.
The sensor is fitted with a 1 metre cable, terminated with a BNC connector.

Features of this product:
No reference electrode needed
Available in fully submarisible and water proof format
Solid state sensors
Ideal for anyone to use (no knowledge / specialist skills required)
No filling solution required
Very robust
Can be left dry for long periods
Long lifetime

Dimensions: 120 x 12mm

Applications include:
Drinking water
Waste water
Acid
Food
Soil
Coal
Carbonated beverages

Order Number: 365-75
Description: Flouride
Concentration: 10-1 - 1 x 10-6
Limits (ppm): 1,900 - 0.02
Temp Range : 5-50
Main Interferences's: CH-
pH Range: 4-8
ISAB: TISAB

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365-75 Fluoride ION Selective Electrode (BNC)

365-75 Fluoride ION Selective Electrode (BNC)

For acid, soil, food etc

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