Hanna Instruments Iron Reagents - 25 Tests
The HI721-25 are the replacement reagents for the HI721 Iron Checker® HC. These high-quality reagents are manufactured in our state-of-the-art facility and are clearly marked with the lot number and expiration date on each packet for traceability.
- Pre-made reagents for ease of use
- Prepared with high purity chemicals
- Marked with expiration date and lot number for traceability
DetailsThe HI721-25 are high-quality reagents that are pre-measured, allowing for users to achieve fast and accurate measurements with their Iron Checker® HC. These reagents follow the Phenanthroline Method in which the reaction between iron and reagent causes an orange tint in the sample. By simply adding the packet of HI721-25 reagent to the sample, the reaction will take place and the HI721 will determine the concentration from the color that is produced. The results will be displayed in ppm (mg/L) of iron. These reagents are designed to be used with samples that have an expected range of 0.00 to 5.00 ppm (mg/L) iron.
Adaptation of the EPA Phenanthroline Method 315B, for natural and treated waters.
The reaction between iron and reagent causes an orange tint in the sample.
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Hanna Instruments is a leading manufacturer of analytical aquarium instrumentation. They were founded in 1978 and are headquartered in Woonsocket, Rhode Island. When Hanna introduced pH Electronic Paper in 1986 it literally revolutionized the world of testing by allowing millions of people in various industries to test for pH in a simple, accurate and affordable way. Hanna employees are constantly challenging themselves to improve on existing technology and to invent new testing techniques with the common goal to simplify analytical testing. This applies not only to instrumentation, but also to sensors development, reagents and chemicals. Hanna also believes in controlling the quality of their products from inception to delivery so they manufacture everything themselves, from meters and electrodes to chemical reagents and buffer solutions.