Designed to measure the free chlorine content of water, the Hanna Photometer for Free Chlorine is ideal for use in the production of a wide range of products.
Offering high levels of accuracy as well as being water resistant, portable and easy to use, this meter is hugely popular with operators across the food, laboratory and water industry.
A measurement range of 0.00 to 5.00 ppm free chlorine makes it the optimum solution for quick, efficient and economical chlorine measurement.
Clear display messages make the instrument quick and easy to operate.
The powerful Cal Check calibration function means that there is no need to return the instrument to the laboratory to check its efficiency. Samples can be checked and validation confirmed at the press of a button.
Positive locking system ensures the cuvette is located in the same position each and every time is it placed in the measurement cell.
Auto shut off feature turns meter off after 10 minutes of non-use to save battery life.
Fully water resistant
Clear easy to use function buttons
Direct readout of parameter measured
Calibration check solution available - HI 96701-11
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