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Food and Dairy pH Meter

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HI 99161's waterproof casing provides excellent protection from water and humidity, typically present in the food industry.

The electrode has a free diffusion sleeve type reference junction which prevents the typical problems of clogging in viscous liquids or samples with high solids content such as milk or condiments.

The electrolyte used in the FC 202D electrode is free from poisonous silver chloride, which eliminates food contamination by the electrode.

HI 99161 allows automatic calibration at either NIST or standard buffer sets with auto recognition and a stability indicator.

The temperature is continuously displayed on the secondary level of the large LCD.

The meter runs on common 1.5 AAA batteries and the LCD provides a low battery warning signal.

Order Information:
HI 99161 is supplied with FC 202D pH electrode, pH 4 and pH 7 buffer sachets, HI 700642 cleaning solution (2 x 20 mL), batteries, rugged carrying case and instructions.

Product Food and Dairy pH Meter
Company Hanna Instruments
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Hanna Instruments
584 Park East Drive Woonsocket,RI 02895 USA

Tel: +1 800.426.6287
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