New Portable pH Meters Launched
Jun 06 2016 Read 998 Times
Bibby Scientific Ltd have announced that Jenway®, a leading UK manufacturer of analytical laboratory instruments, has launched two new portable pH meters, models 550 and 570. These new pH meters can be used in the field to perform accurate measurements, removing the need to take samples back to the laboratory. This is essential for scientists working out in the field, to achieve results.
Jenway’s new portable pH meters have been designed to readily withstand a diverse range of environments, whilst accurately and reliably measuring pH levels for a variety of sample types.
Model 550 is a general-purpose portable pH meter that displays both the temperature-compensated pH readings and temperature. This small, lightweight meter has an LCD display packaged in a splash-proof housing and has 5,000 hours of battery life.
Model 570 is a general-purpose hand-held pH, mV and temperature meter. The unit displays either temperature-compensated pH readings or electrode potential and temperature readings. This model features a large, easy-to-read LCD display and has an integrated rubber seal to ensure that the unit is completely waterproof.
Both models offer 2-point pH calibration and automatic buffer recognition, and come with a market-leading 2-year warranty.
"Bibby Scientific is committed to providing reliable and high quality products, and these new portable pH meters will complement Jenway’s comprehensive range of application-specific electrodes and consumables," said Becky Underwood, Product Manager at Bibby Scientific.
For more information on the new portable pH meters please visit our site
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