JBL PROFLORA Cal Tray
To keep the cuvettes stable during the calibration

  • The cuvettes, required for the calibration, can be put into this tray to make sure that they are safely fixed
  • Imprints on the surface of the tray help orientation during the calibration
  • The fourth opening holds the electrode
  • Waterproof plastic material
  • This tray for cuvettes and one electrode is already included in JBL ProFlora pH Control Touch
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This stand for cuvettes is very practical during calibration: during calibration the pH electrode is inserted in the cuvette, together with the temperature sensor and 10 ml calibration liquid. This tray has specially formed recesses to hold the cuvettes to prevent them from falling over.

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JBL PROFLORA Cal Tray

Art. no.:
6150400
EAN Code:
4014162615046
Size:
15x15 cm
Volume packaging:
0.560 l
Gross weight:
47.000 g
Net weight:
42 g
Weight factor:
1000
Packaging dimensions (l/h/w):
150/25/150 mm
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