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Item#: MIL2002 •SALE•

ORP Redox Probe
  Type Use:
  Units/Case: 1
  Wt Each: 0.25
 

Other Important Information About This Product
  Related Product:
Apex PM1 (pH or ORP, Temperature) I/O Expansion

  Substitute Product:
Apex Double Junction Lab Grade ORP Probe

  Use This Product With:
Stationary pH Monitor & Controller



Product Name: ORP Redox Probe
Category: Testing & Controllers*
Subcategory: Controllers & Monitors
Manufacturer: Milwaukee
The MA921B/2M probe is designed for use with Milwaukee Monitors and Controllers.

DESIGN FEATURES

The Milwaukee Double Junction ORP Platinum Electrode is probe specifically designed for the continuous analysis of aquariums.

Top features include:

DOUBLE JUNCTION

The double junction design reduces risk of clogging leading to more stable ORP measurement and reduced maintenance.

GEL FILLED

Using a gel removes the need to maintain the electrolyle levels.

PLATINUM ELECTRODE

The platinum electrode is long lasting with little maintenance required.

RESIN BODY

The resin body is highly durable, chemically resistant and protects against accidental breakage of the sensing bulb.

CARE AND USE

Properly maintaining your ORP probe will give your fast, accurate results for longer.

Here are our top three tips.

1. Always store with the cap full of buffer or storage solution not water.

2. Clean your probe regularly by soaking in cleaning solution.

3. Calibrate after cleaning and/or storage before testing to adjust for changes in the ORP probe sensor.
 



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