Posts tagged with: PH-BTA

No, unfortunately a broken glass bulb on any of our pH sensors cannot be repaired or replaced and is not covered by the warranty. We......
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When testing a pH Sensor (, , ), it is best to place it into a known buffer solution. This allows you to see if......
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We carry pH/ORP Storage Solution with buffer preservative (mold inhibitor) added. Each bottle contains 500 mL of pH/ORP Storage Solution. We sell this as: .......
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Specifications and User Guide TROUBLESHOOTING – Primary Test: Does it read approximately 4 in its storage solution? Note: A reading of 13 to 14 indicates......
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Use the following images to determine the version of your pH Sensor. The dates indicate the approximate time frame when these sensors were sold. For......
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Because pH calibrations will drift over time, periodically creating a new custom calibration provides more accurate readings. Vernier pH sensors have the ability to create......
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The is more durable than the regular pH sensor, but it still needs to be handled with some care. Both sensors have glass parts that......
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There are two issues here: 1) Solutions that are difficult to measure 2) Solutions that will damage the sensor Solutions that are Difficult to Measure......
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Mold growth normally appears as small blackish or grayish specks in the electrode storage solution, and it can also stick to the walls of the......
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First, try calibrating your pH Sensor. Please see the Specifications and User Guide for calibration instructions. The accuracy and response times of pH Sensors change......
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