Lab equipment > pH & conductivity

pH tester

07 April, 2009

Powered by microprocessor technology, the EcoTestr pH 1 and pH 2 range of pocket testers is designed for hassle-free pH measurements.


Conductivity meter

01 December, 2008

The GLF100RW conductivity meter is suitable for conductivity measurements in pure and ultra-pure water, boiler water, checking of ion exchangers, distilled water, deionised water, demineralised water and desalinated water.


Differential electrometer

01 July, 2008

Warner Instruments has introduced the HiZ-223 dual-channel differential spectrometer. It is a high input impedance amplifier featuring two small active headstages that allow the first stage of amplification to take place at the electrode site.


Evaluating inflammatory response

01 July, 2008

The Plethysmometer is specially designed for evaluating experimentally induced inflammatory response.


Pocket pH meters

01 July, 2008

The IQ120, IQ125 and IQ128 MiniLab waterproof non-glass pocket pH meters are compact devices featuring advanced silicon chip (ISFET) pH sensors that provide stable readings in seconds.


Large display pH pens

06 March, 2008

Sper Scientific pH pens feature a large LCD and are designed for simple, one-hand operation. Not only are the pH pens waterproof (IP 65), but model 850052 has a resolution of 0.01 and an accuracy of ±0.05 pH.


Inline turbidimeter

13 November, 2006

Sigrist's AquaScat WTM turbidimeter offers maintenance-free inline turbidity measurement. The WTM model features contactless measurement, using a 'free-falling' stream together with programmable, automatic calibration. The AquaScat WTM has a wide measuring range from 0 to 4000 FNU covering all applications - from highly turbid raw river water, to optimally filtered pure water with 0.015 FNU. For normal measurement there is no need for a de-aeration tank, as the WTM model has an electronic, built-in bubble trap. This feature is sufficient for occasional bubbles. With an integral display and operating panel the AquaScat is fast and easy to install.


In situ oxygen and pH monitoring

11 September, 2006

Ocean Optics offers unique sensors that can be used to monitor oxygen or pH in biological samples, headspace gasses, slurries, cosmetics, foods, gasses and liquids in natural environments. The picture shows a FOXY fibre optic oxygen probe monitoring headspace gas in food packaging.


Turbidity measurement

05 May, 2006

With the introduction of the Turbimax CUE21-CUE26 compact line, Endress+Hauser now offers an alternative for turbidity measurement in drinking water and service (grey) water applications, while conforming to ISO and EPA standards.


Moisture analyser

18 July, 2005

The Process Sensors MCT300 near infrared moisture analyser has a wide variety of industrial process applications giving simultaneous instant information on product constituents.


Electrochemistry meters

20 June, 2005

Thermo Electron Corporation has unveiled the Orion Star series, a range of meters, accessories and solutions for electrochemistry measurement.


Graphic display pH meters

20 June, 2005

Hanna Instruments has introduced HI4211 (single channel) and HI4212 (dual channel) meters with Calibration Check.


pH meters with calibration check

20 September, 2004

The HI221 and HI223 pH meters compare the characteristics of the pH electrode from one calibration to the next. The Calibration Check feature alerts the user if parameters are not suitable for an accurate calibration.


Isoelectric focusing system

14 July, 2004

The Ettan IPGphor II first-dimension isoelectric focusing system delivers high throughput, speed, reproducibility, and high protein-loading capacity.


Portable turbidity meter

14 July, 2004

Hanna microprocessor-based portable turbidity meters provide laboratory-grade accuracy for field or laboratory use. HI93703-11 measures turbidity from 0 to 1000 FTU (NTU). For best accuracy, HI93703-11 measures from 0.00 to 50.00 FTU in steps of 1/100th of FTU. The meter meets ISO 7027 requirements. HI93703-11 is equipped with an infrared LED light source. The infrared LED has a long life and maintains constant emission for the life of the instrument. The wavelength peaks at 890 nm, which provides the required intensity of diffused light even in samples with low turbidity values, and also reduces the interference from colours.


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