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HI-1053B pH Electrode for use with Semi-Solids

HI-1053B pH Electrode for use with Semi-Solids

Hanna HI-1053B pH Electrode for use with Semi-Solids

HI-1053B pH Electrode for use with Semi-Solids

Ideal for use in soil samples
In Stock
£169.85 (exc. VAT) £203.82 (inc. VAT)

The HI-1053B is a glass bodied refillable single junction combination pH electrode with a spear tip measuring tip and suitable for pH measurement of fats and creams, soil samples, semi solid product, low conductivity samples and emulsions.

BNC Connection – BNC is one of the most commonly used connector types in pH meters and electrodes. Compatible with any meter or electrode that uses BNC connectors.

HI-1053B pH Electrode for use with Semi-Solids information

Hanna's extended description

The HI-1053B is a glass bodied refillable single junction combination pH electrode with a spear tip.


Ideal for

  • Fats or creams
  • Soil samples
  • Semi-solid products
  • Low conductivity samples
  • Emulsions

  • Supplied fitted with


  • BNC connector
  • 1m cable



  • Recommended operating temperature:

    • -5 to 70°C

    pH Range:

    • pH: 0 to 12

    For fats, creams, soil samples, potable water, semi-solid products, low conductivity solutions, emulsions.

    Specifications

    Specifications list

    Specifications

    Reference Single, Ag/AgCl
    Junction Ceramic, Triple
    Connector BNC
    Electrolyte KCl 3.5M + AgCl
    Max Pressure 0.1 bar
    Range 0 to 12 pH; -5 to 70°C
    Tip Shape Conic (12 x 12 mm)
    Temperature Sensor No
    Amplifier No
    Body Material Glass
    Recommended Use Fats and Cream, Soil samples, potable water, semi-solid products, low conductivity solutions, emulsions

    Product Literature

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