Hanna Instruments has announced the release of several redesigned analytical benchtop meters. The meters, for pH, electrical conductivity (EC) and resistivity measurements, have been redesigned to improve usability, save space and give the units an attractive, uniform appearance.
Hanna Instruments has released the HI2315 Benchtop Conductivity Meter. With four user-selectable measurement ranges (0.0 to 199.9 µS/cm; 0 to 1999 µS/cm; 0.00 to 19.99 mS/cm; 0.0 to 199.9 ms/cm), these meters are robust and easy to use.
Hanna Instruments' HI 4321 is a research-grade EC/resistivity/TDS/salinity benchtop meter with a large, colour, graphic LCD with backlight that is capable of millesimal measuring resolution of conductivity with an extended range from 0.001 µS/cm to 1 S/cm.
Hanna Instruments’s range of ion selective electrodes includes solid-state electrodes for the determination of bromide, cadmium, chloride, cupric, cyanide, fluoride, iodide, lead and silver ions; liquid membrane electrodes; and combination electrodes that detect dissolved gases in a solution.
The Hanna Instruments HI 4522 is a research-grade, benchtop instrument that features eight measurement ranges: pH, ORP (oxidation reduction potential), ISE, conductivity, resistivity, TDS, salinity and temperature. The meter has dual channels and separate temperature input, and supports the external reference electrodes required by half-cell pH and ISE sensors.
Sensorex pHASE pH electrodes have been designed for variable temperature operation process testing and provide fast, accurate and stable pH measurements even with large temperature changes.
Sherwood Scientific has updated its Model 926 chloride analyser. Featuring a redesigned PCB, sealed faceplate and a backlit LCD, this latest version retains the high accuracy and reliability which have made Sherwood’s Model 926 the instrument of choice in manufacturing, food analysis and clinical applications (Model 926S).
Hach has introduced four IntelliCAL probes to its electrochemistry portfolio. The new parameters within the HQd family include ammonium, chloride, fluoride and nitrate.
Hach’s stainless steel ISFET probes feature a solid state sensing element to give rapid pH results without the problems associated with fragile glass electrodes.
The Hach H series rugged portable pH meter systems provide a large LCD with LED backlight and measurement of pH (ISFET or glass), mV, temperature, conductivity, total dissolved solids (TDS), salinity and oxidation reduction potential (ORP).
The Mettler Toledo FiveGo dissolved oxygen (DO) meter claims to make measuring dissolved oxygen simple. The intuitive, user-friendly operation and the low maintenance requirements of the galvanic DO sensors make inexperienced users also feel at ease. The instrument is suitable for numerous food and beverage applications as well as for use in other industry segments.
The Hanna portable water-quality meter allows simultaneous readings of critical water-quality parameters such as pH, ORP, dissolved oxygen, conductivity, TDS, turbidity, depth and ISE (chloride, nitrates, ammonia).
The Memobase electrode management system provides users insight into the reliability, performance, estimated lifetime and early-warning-failure of pH electrodes.
The A40B precision current shunt set features a range of precision devices designed to simplify the task of making precision current measurements in the laboratory. The set comprises 14 low-inductance coaxial current shunts, adapters and connectors and a rugged transit/storage case.
The Platinum Tweezertrode electrodes from BTX are designed to enhance in utero or in vivo transfection applications.