EC Probe Cleaning Kit

Bluelab
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Bluelab Cleaning Kit
  • Description

Probe cleaning is one of the most important parts of owning and operating any Bluelab meter. If the probe is contaminated or dirty, it affects the accuracy of the reading displayed.

The probe surface is where the instrument takes the reading of the solution. The information is sent back from the probe to the electronic brain of the instrument. A calculation is then done in the instruments brain or micro computer and a reading is then displayed. If the information sent back from the probe is inaccurate due to probe surface contamination then the reading will be inaccurate.

Cleaning the probes is a very easy task and prolongs the life of the probes.

Especially recommended for use on Truncheons, Combo Meter and Guardian Monitor.

Keep your probe clean - it only takes a couple of minutes - and she'll love you for it.

The Bluelab EC Cleaning Kit contains;

  • Instructions
  • 2 x 20ml single use Conductivity standard solution sachets
  • Plastic Cup
  • Probe cleaner
  • Cleaning Tool
 

For cleaning;

  • Bluelab EC Truncheon
  • Bluelab Combo Meter
  • Bluelab Guardian Monitor

  

  Bluelab Cleaning Kit Instructions (pdf)

 

Calibration Solution

Flairform
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Flairform Calibration Solution

Electrode Cleaner

Flairform
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Electrode Cleaner
  • Description

Electrodes on meters invariably become coated with impurities, reducing their accuracy.

  • Electrode cleaner removes both inorganic and organic contamination.
  • The electrode can generally be re-calibrated and used immediately after cleaning.
  • Helps maximise electrode life span

Storage Solution

Flairform
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pH Meter and Pen Storage Solution
  • Description

The most common cause of pH meter failure is dry storage of the electrode. This causes dehydration of both the glass electrode and wick.

  • helps maintain electrode accuracy and response time and eliminates reading 'drift'
  • maximises electrode life span by preventing dehydration of the glass electrode and wick

Note:  pH buffers 7.0 or 4.0 or distilled water are not suitable for storing pH electrodes. Electrode storage solutions are carefully structured formulations that do not interfere with the chemical composition of the liquid/gel that is contained within the electrode.