Hanna Instruments HI-7004/1L pH Calibration Solution, 1L Bottle, 4.01pH

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Product Details

Hanna pH Buffer Calibration/Check Solutions

pH4, 7 or 10 buffer solutions suitable for calibration/checking pH instrumentation and electrodes.

Specifications
Attribute Value
Solution Type PH
Pack Quantity 1L
Pack Type Bottle
Solution Strength pH 4.01pH
6 Within 1 working day(s) (IE stock)
284 Within 2 working day(s) (EU stock)
Unit of sale: Each
22.00
(exc. VAT)
27.06
(inc. VAT)
units
Per unit
1 +
€22.00
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