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Designed to meet the latest technical requirements, the MD 200 photometer can be used in practically every area of water analysis. The high-precision optics with its top-quality interference filters uses long-term stable LEDs as light-source. Because there are no moving parts, the entire measurement device requires absolutely no maintenance.

Precise and reproducible analysis results are obtained in a short time. The units impress with their user-friendliness, ergonomic design, compact dimensions and easy handling.

The tests are conducted using either Lovibond® tablet reagents with long-term stability and a guaranteed minimum 5 or 10 year shelf life or using liquid reagents.
Product MD 200
Company Tintometer GmbH, Lovibond Water Testing
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Tintometer GmbH, Lovibond Water Testing
Schleefstr. 8 - 12, DE-44287 Dortmund, Germany

Tel: +49) 231 / 9 45 10 - 0

Email: info@tintometer.de



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