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  • …tests for Chlorine Compact and convenient Redesigned dispenser prevents clogging Dispense into round or square cuvettes Push button operation for precise dosing Portable dispensers accurately deliver the correct volume of DPD reagent for free or total chlorine testing.…

  • …as a ready-to-use kit in a sturdy custom carrying case, including a printed manual. Reagents have to be purchased separately. *Claros connectivity currently available only in US, Canada and EU. Please note that reagents are not included in the kit and need to be purchased separately.

  • DPD Free Chlorine Reagent Powder Pillows Pack of 1000 USEPA accepted for reporting drinking water analysis using Hach Method 8021 Method: DPD Sample Size: 10 mL Range: up to 2.00 mg/L For best results use with a Hach colorimeter or spectrophotometer. …

  • …tests, Free Chlorine (0 to 10 ppm); Total Chlorine (0 to 10 ppm); Bromine (0 to 22 ppm) and pH (6.5 to 8.5 pH). As a bonus, the ColorQ Pool 4 can also measure Total Alkalinity (Code 7038-G), Calcium Hardness (Code 7041-G and 7042-G), and Cyanuric Acid (Code 6996A-J) with optional reagents sold…

  • … 3241D96: Chlorine Reagent Set, DPD Free and Total Chlorine, 25mL sample Reagent Set, Chlorine (Free & Total DPD Colorimetric Method). 100 tests each, for 25mL samples. 3241D95: Chlorine (Free and Total) Reagent Set, DPD 5mL For determination of Free and Total Chlorine by the DPD…

  • Reagents are pre-measured, unit dose, reagents in a convenient foil package. These DPD reagents have been specifically formulated and will provide accurate results with Lovibond and other manufacturer’s spectrophotometers, colorimeters and test kits. Lovibond Powder Pack Reagents

  • …Strips are an accurate, inexpensive and safe alternative for reagent chlorine testing. Quick, accurate and easy to use results are achieved in under 1 minute.  Free Chlorine with sensitivity as low as 0.05ppm (mg/L). Micro Check free, detection levels ppm (0, 0.1, 0.2, 0.4, 0.6, 0.8, 1.2,…

  • …of Free Chlorine by the DPD Method. *This product has not been evaluated to test for chlorine and chloramines in medical applications in the United States. Easy and safe handling: The innovative vial and reagent delivery makes tests easier to use than powder pillows or liquid reagents

  • …wastewater. Its measurement and control are vital for both safety and economic reasons. Chlorine exists in water as "free" chlorine (hypochlorite) or "combined" chlorine (chloramines). The total chlorine test detects both forms. With Hach Water Quality Test Strips, technicians in…

  • DPD Method, Free Chlorine Reagent Powder Pillows Pack of 100 For use with Hach's Chlorine Visual Test Kits Sample Size: 5 mL Range: up to 3.5 mg/L Cl2 Backed by over 20 years of DPD experience!

  • …a microprocessor-based instrument with greater resolution, better accuracy and immediate results for measuring free (0.00 to 5.00 mg/L) and total (0.00 to 5.00 mg/L) chlorine. Mi404 is supplied complete with 2 cuvets, reagents, hard carrying case, wiping tissue, 9V battery and instructions.

  • UN Number: UN3316 pH: (H2O, 20°C) strongly acid Solubility: (20°C) soluble Density: 1.079 g/cm3 (20°C)

  • Sensafe® Chlorine Test Strips

    Industrial Test Systems

    Sensitive, safe to use - SenSafe No reagent preparation time Easy to do, quick results These test strips are an excellent alternative to wet chemical chlorine tests. The unique indicator (TMB) is reactive only to free chlorine; therefore, no interference from monochloramines occurs.…

  • Solubility: (20°C) soluble Density: 1.25 g/cm3 (20°C)

  • Hach test strips are manufactured with a unique reagent pad at the tip, using proven chemistries based on standard reference methods. Just dip the strip, wait until color development occurs, and compare the color of the reacted pad to the chart printed on the bottle.

  • …Colorimeters are able to measure Free and Total Chlorine using either powder pack, tablet, or liquid reagents (for the EPA Approved DPD Method). Ranges of Analysis: 0.01 – 6.0 mg/l with Tablet Reagents 0.1 – 10 mg/l with Tablet Reagents Instrument supplied with…

  • DPD Method, Free Chlorine Reagent Powder Pillows Pack of 100 USEPA accepted for reporting drinking water analysis using Hach Method 8021 Sample Size: 10 mL Range: up to 2.00 mg/L For best results use with a Hach colorimeter or spectrophotometer. Backed by over 20 years of DPD experience!

  • Free Chlorine Handy Photometer

    Milwaukee Instruments

    …turns off after 2 minutes in order to save the battery. They work exactly the same way as the other Milwaukee photometers: When specific reagents are added, the water sample takes on a degree of coloration that is proportional to the concentration of the parameter being measured. The photometer…

  • Chlorine, Free USEPA accepted for reporting for drinking water analysis using Hach Method 8021, DPD Method Range: 0 - 2.0 mg/L Sample Size: 10 mL,25mL,5mL pk/300 Powder Pillows

  • Description: DPD Rapid Liquid, 0.02 to 2.00 mg/L

  • …LaMotte chlorine comparators or colorimeters Lower cost per test than tablets Quicker results and clearer colors than tablets DPD 1A and 1B reagents are added to a 5 or 10 mL sample to test free chlorine. DPD 3 reagent is added to the reacted sample to test total chlorine. The 30 mL…

  • UN Number: UN3316

  • …water and wastewater treatment. FCL free chlorine sensors from Sensorex provide a direct measurement of free chlorine in parts per million (ppm). Using field tested amperometric technology, our FCL sensors perform continuous monitoring without any additional reagents. With a direct 4-20mA or MODBUS…

  • chlorine to maintain water purity throughout the supply lines. Milwaukee offer the Mi406 microprocessor-based instrument with greater resolution, better accuracy and immediate results, for measuring free chlorine (0.00 to 5.00 mg/L). Mi406 is supplied complete with 2 cuvets, reagents,

  • DPD Method, Free Chlorine Reagent Powder Pillows Pack of 1000 For use with Hach's Chlorine Visual Test Kits Sample Size: 5 mL Range: up to 3.5 mg/L Cl2 Backed by over 20 years of DPD experience!

  • Our Reagent Sets for testing Free and Total Chlorine with Process Chlorine Analyzers.  These reagents have comparable chemistries formulated to work with other manufacturers online chlorine analyzers. Each set supplies enough reagent for 30 days of continuous operation.  Reagent Sets…

  • …compound to the Free (2314011) or Total (2263411) Chlorine indicator solution. NOTE: Free (2314111) or Total (2263511) Buffer solution is also required for testing. Complete Reagent set includes Buffer, Indicator and DPD Compound : Free Chlorine 2556900, Total Chlorine 2557000. C997K20…

  • …by the DPD Glycine method. USEPA accepted for reporting for drinking water analysis using Hach Method 10126. Range: 0.04 - 5.00 mg/L ClO2 Sample Size: 10 mL Reagent set includes DPD Free Chlorine Reagent Powder Pillows and Glycine Reagent for approximately 100 tests.

  • …perfect dose of DPD reagent (Free or Total, 10 ml size) is dispensed directly into the test sample. Our DPD reagents are a direct replacement for Hach® reagents, so users can get the same results but at a more economical price. Already using the Hach® SwiftTest™?  Our reagent refill vials…

  • …and DPD test method to meet EPA design specifications for NPDWR and NPDES chlorine monitoring programs (EPA 330.5 and Standard Method 4500). The DC1500 Chlorine Colorimeter Kit includes tablets for 100 tests or liquid reagents for 140 tests, six sample vials, and a sturdy carrying case. A complete,…

  • …and reliability of YSI 900. Includes 100 powder packs of each (Free and Total chlorine). Start getting chlorine results today. The 900 includes hard-sided carrying case with compartments for the instrument, accessories, reagents, and more. All DPD chemistries can be used with the…

  • pH: 6.5 - 7.5 (H2O, 20°C) Solubility: (20°C) soluble Boiling Point: 100°C Density: 1.01 g/cm3 (20°C)

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