Posts tagged with: PH-DIN

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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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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pH electrodes will NOT give accurate pH values in distilled or deionized water. This is because distilled and deionized water do not have enough ions......
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Generally, rinsing the electrode with distilled water after using should suffice. If the glass bulb looks dirty, you can rinse the electrode with warm water......
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There have been two styles of pH storage bottles. On the original style (loose O-ring), a dime placed under the cap and screwed on will......
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