Laboratory Meters

Measuring instruments are important and essential in work in laboratories and in industries. These teams are many and varied and are designed to provide a solution to professionals and companies to monitor their activities.
If what is required are accurate results, it is necessary to use processional measuring instruments, as these were created to facilitate this task. Each type of measurement has its own instrument. For each of them there will be different units of measurements, some known as grams and kilos and others more complex such as rpm, lux and mm.
Laboratory instruments are sometimes exposed to extreme chemical and physical impacts, and at the same time they have to provide accurate measurement results, have long durability, and ensure safe handling for the user. This is the reason why laboratory instruments are constructed of high-quality and resistant materials to meet the high demands on laboratory technology.

What is pH and how is it measured?

PH is the unit of measurement that describes the degree of acidity or alkalinity and is measured on a scale that goes from 0 to 14. The measurement of pH (hydrogen potential) is one of the most important parameters in a laboratory, it has a great field of application such as: research, industry, teaching, among others. In laboratories where it is relevant to know the potential of hydrogen, a pH measurement equipment will always be found as a primary instrument. For the correct measurement of this parameter, it is necessary to select the optimal laboratory equipment, therefore it is very important to take into account the following aspects:

Measurement equipment.
Type and quantity of sample to be analyzed.
Electrode selection.
Reagents necessary for the calibration of the equipment (buffer solution).

pH meter: technology and accuracy

The measurement of pH (hydrogen potential) in the laboratory is one of the most important parameters carried out for quality control and, according to specialists in the field, it is the second most important after temperature. The determination of pH has a wide field of application: research, industry, teaching, among others. In laboratories where it is relevant to know the potential of hydrogen, a pH measurement equipment will always be found as a primary instrument.

For the correct measurement of this parameter, it is necessary to select the optimal laboratory equipment, therefore it is very important to take into account the following aspects:
Measurement equipment.

Considerations for the Care and Calibration of your pH meter

A pH meter or pH meter is a scientific instrument that measures the activity of the hydrogen ion in aqueous solutions, indicating its degree of acidity or alkalinity expressed as pH. The pH meter measures the difference in electrical potential between a pH electrode and a reference electrode. This difference in electrical potential is related to the acidity or pH of the solution. The pH meter is used in many applications ranging from laboratory experimentation to quality control.

There are general techniques for maintaining meters, but in many cases each brand and each model has its own care. We will have to follow the instructions of the meter manufacturer to be able to enjoy it for a longer time.
If, in addition to the corresponding calibrations, we carry out proper maintenance of the meter's electrode, we will ensure a longer life and more accurate results in each measurement. Many meters incorporate glass sensors and reference tubes that must be stored in specially formulated solutions.

Our best-selling Laboratory Meter:

YR01841 Portable Turbidity Meter

High performance portable turbidity meter, 2-5 point calibration, 4 selectable turbidity units. The meter is suitable for process control and field use.

Characteristics:

• High performance portable turbidity meets ISO 7027 design criteria.
• 2 to 5 point calibration using Formazin standards.
• 4 selectable turbidity units, including NTU, FNU, EBC and ASBC.
• Single measurement mode automatically detects and locks a stable reading.
• Continuous measurement mode can be used to index or match sample vials.
• Auto power off effectively conserves battery life.
• The configuration menu allows you to set the number of calibration points, resolution, date and time, and so on.
• The reset function automatically resumes all settings to the factory default values.

Types of Laboratory Meters:

Turbidimeters

They are laboratory products to measure turbidity, an indicator that allows evaluating the quality of the waters and determining the level of transparency.

pH Meters

Potentiometric pH meters measure the voltage between two electrodes and display the result converted into the corresponding pH value

Conductivity Meters

It is a multi-capacity device for the inspection of water quality. The conductivity meter is used for monitoring in water

Ion meter

It is an instrument built to measure the number of ions within a gas-filled vessel between two conductive metal plates

Oxygen meter

It is used to measure the amount of dissolved oxygen in liquids. It is necessary to determine the amount of oxygen dissolved in the water

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What is your ideal laboratory meter?

There are countless models, so it is normal that you do not know which laboratory Turbidimeter to buy that suits your needs. At Kalstein, we test them to find what you're looking for.

Turbidimeter: What are its parts?

A turbidimeter is a device used to measure the turbidity of a liquid. This instrument is capable of measuring the size and concentration of particles in a suspension by diffusing light in a tube. ..

PH meters and multiparameters / turbidimeters

A pH meter is a scientific instrument that measures the activity of ionic hydrogen in aqueous solutions, indicating its degree of acidity or alkalinity expressed in the form of pH.

¿How does fluid turbidity work?

Turbidity; It is one of the parameters that define the degree to which water loses its quality of transparency as a result of the suspended solids particles found in it. The higher the concentration of particles in the water ...

pH meter vs. Dissolved oxygen meter

PH is the unit of measurement that describes the degree of acidity or alkalinity and is measured on a scale ranging from 0 to 14. An approximate indication of pH can be obtained using pH indicators or tapes, which change color depending on the variation of the pH level. But these indicators have limitations in terms of accuracy and can be difficult to interpret correctly in dark or colorful samples.

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