Checker (2) Hanna Instruments HI755-26 Reagent (50 Tests) for Alklinity HI755, for Salt Water Alkalinity, Presented by Magnum Media
On Sale Now! Save 6% on the Checker (2) Hanna Instruments HI755-26 Reagent (50 Tests) for Alklinity HI755, for Salt Water Alkalinity, Presented by Magnum Media by Checker at Aquarium Parts Warehouse. MPN: 9355. Hurry! Limited time offer. Offer valid only while supplies last. CALIBRATION PROCEDURE:
Turn the meter on by pressing the button,
all segments will be displayed. When the
display shows ''Add'', ''C.1'' with ''Press''
blinking, the meter is ready.
Fill the cuvette to the 10 mL line on the
cuvette with unreacted sample and replace
the cap. Place the cuvette into the meter
and close the meter's cap.
Press the button. When the display shows
'' with ''
'' blinking the
meter is zeroed.
Note: Any chlorine present in the sample will
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