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Cadmium (Cd2+)

Product Description
This electrodes can be used with any conventional labratory or hand held pH meter with a millivolt mode.

Main features and benefits of combination:
* No reference electrode needed
* Availiable in fully submarsible and water proof format
* Solid state sensors
* Ideal for unskilled operatives
* No filling solution required
* Very robust
* Can be left dry for long periods
* Long lifetime

Cable length can be specified when ordering. (Maximum length is 10 metres). Standard products are fitted with 1 metre of cable, terminated with a BNC connector.

Concentration: 10^-1 - 10^6
Limits (ppm): 11,200 - 0.1
Temp Range (°C): 5 - 50
Main Interferences: Hg2+, Ag+, Cu2+
pH Range: 3 - 7
ISAB: 5M KNO3
Product Cadmium (Cd2+)
Company Sentek
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Sentek
Unit 6&7 Crittal Court Crittall Drive, Springwood Ind. Est. Braintree, Essex, CM7 2SE, UK

Tel: + 44 (0) 1376 340 456
Fax: + 44 (0) 1376 340 426
Email: sentekuk@btconnect.com



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