Milwaukee photometer for chlorine total
The new series of practical Milwaukee handheld photometers is compact and easy to use.
They have a modern design and measure free chlorine (MW-10),Total chlorine (MW-11), phosphate (MW-12), iodine (MW-13) and iron (MW-14).
Its main advantages are its small size and simplicity of on-site measurements.
Within a few minutes you will receive the measurement result on the built-in LCD display and the instrument will directly show the concentration of the specific component in PPM.
The meter switches off automatically after 2 minutes to save the battery.
Every Milwaukee handheld photometer works on the same principle:
When a specific reagent is added, the water sample assumes a degree of coloration that is proportional to the concentration of the measured parameter.
The photometer measures this coloration. When a beam of light passes the stained sample, energy with a certain wavelength is absorbed by the test substance.
The photometer determines the coloration of the sample by measuring the transmission or absorption of light of a specific wavelength. The photometer then calculates the concentration using a microprocessor and displays the result.
Range: 0,00 to 2,50 ppm
Resolution: 0.01 ppm
Accuracy: ± 0.04 ppm ± 4 es measured value at 25 ° C
Typical EMC deviation: ± 0.01 ppm
Light source: Light emitting diode at 525 nm
Light detector: silicon photocell
Environment: 0 to 50 ° C (32 to 122 ° F) max. 95% rH non condensing
Batterietyp: 1 x 1,5 V AAA
Automatic switch-off: After 3 minutes of non-use and 2 minutes after reading.
All brand new MW-11 photometers are supplied in a box, including 2 cuvettes, 6 reagents and operating instructions.
|Safety information according to GHS|
||Damages the organs.
||Causes skin irritation.
||Do not breathe dust / smoke / gas / mist / vapour / aerosol.
||Wear protective gloves / protective clothing / eye protection / face protection.
||In case of contact with the skin: Wash with plenty of water and soap.
||If you feel unwell, call a poison information centre or doctor.
||Remove contaminated clothing and wash before wearing again.
Safety data sheet