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Jenway 3345 Bench Ion Meter

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• 1 to 5 point ion calibration
• Dual channel ion/ion or ion/pH
• Automatic temperature compensation ion and pH measurements
• Fully GLP compliant
• Direct potentiometry
• Full support of incremental methods

The 3345 laboratory pH/ion meter offers a host of valuable features whilst retaining simplicity of operation through the use of structured menus. Model 3345 will store up to 100 readings all of which can be recalled on the LCD screen or down loaded to a printer or PC. Details of the last calibration results are time and date stamped, thus satisfying the requirements of GLP quality assurance protocols.

The 3345 offers additional flexibility with two modes of ion analysis: the known addition/subtraction mode allows the determination of ion concentrations much closer to the lower detection limits of the electrodes, whilst multiple sample addition/subtraction allows measurements to be performed in dense and concentrated matrices.

Product Jenway 3345 Bench Ion Meter
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Catalog Number 548 001
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Bibby Scientific Limited, Beacon Road, Stone, Staffordshire ST15 0SA, UK

Tel: +44 (0) 1785 812 121
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Email: info@bibby-scientific.com



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