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conductivity meter
donna
Posted: Monday, January 25, 2010 1:55 PM
Joined: 1/25/2010
Posts: 1


Our old, reliable Radiometer conductivity meter has failed after many years of use.  Does anyone have a recommendation for a benchtop style conductivity meter?  We analyse samples with a wide range of conductivity.  Thanks


dsmith
Posted: Monday, January 25, 2010 2:37 PM
Joined: 12/31/2009
Posts: 40


I just recently stumbled across a site about equipment reccomendations and such.  Check out Labwrench.com.  It is hard to tell exactly how much participation there is on it,  I'm trying to add the pieces of equipment from our lab in bits and pieces.  That all being said, we use the VWR sympHony meter.  You can get a meter for conductivity and/or pH along with some other parameters as well I think.  Ours has been stable and reliable.  Be sure to get a conductivity probe rated for the range you want to analyze.


Anonymous
Posted: Friday, February 5, 2010 5:16 PM

We stilll use a 30 year old Labline Lectromho Wheatstone Bridge Conductiviety Meter...the one in the cool wooden box.  It has an amazing range.

 

We also use an Accument benchtop digital Conductivity meter with a low range probe for testing drinking water and our RO/DI water.

 

Accumet Model AB30 meter with a glass probe with a constant of K=0.1

 

Good luck

Keith


Anonymous
Posted: Sunday, June 26, 2011 4:52 PM
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