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HI-774-25 Reagents for the HI-774 Marine phosphate ULR Checker HC Colorimeter, 25 tests

HI-774-25 Reagents for the HI-774 Marine phosphate ULR Checker HC Colorimeter, 25 tests

Hanna HI-774-25 Reagents for the HI-774 Marine phosphate ULR Checker HC Colorimeter, 25 tests

HI-774-25 Reagents for the HI-774 Marine phosphate ULR Checker HC Colorimeter, 25 tests

25 tests
Ascorbic Acid Method
In Stock
£10.70 (exc. VAT) £12.84 (inc. VAT)

HI-774-25 Reagents for the HI-774 Marine phosphate ULR Checker HC Colorimeter, 25 tests.

HI-774-25 Reagents for the HI-774 Marine phosphate ULR Checker HC Colorimeter, 25 tests information

Hanna's extended description

The HI-774-25 are high-quality reagents that are pre-measured, allowing for users to achieve fast and accurate measurements with their Phosphate Ultra Low Range Checker® HC.

These reagents follow the Ascorbic Acid Method in which the reaction between phosphate and reagents causes a blue tint in the sample.

By simply adding the packet of HI-774-25 reagent to the sample, the reaction will take place and the HI-774 will determine the concentration from the colour that is produced.

The results will be displayed in ppb of phosphate. These reagents are designed to be used with samples that have an expected range of 0.00 to 0.90 ppm phosphate.

Four steps. One click. Instant Readout.

1. ‘Zero’ the Checker®HC with your vial inside




2. Place a 10ml sample into the vial and add your reagent




3. Place your vial into your Checker®HC




4. Press the button and read the results

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Quantity 25
Method Adaptation of the Standard Methods for the Examination of Water and Wastewater, 20th edition, Ascorbic Acid method. The reaction between phosphate and the reagent causes a blue tint in the sample.

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