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HI736-11 Phosphorus Calibration Check Set for HI736 Checker - Hanna Instruments

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Easily calibrate and test proper functionality of your Hanna Checker HI736 Phosphorus Ultra Low Range for marine water (saltwater).

  • Contains Standard A and Standard B
  • Follow instructions in packaging
  • Acceptable results must be between 90 and 110 ppb at 25°C

 

Hanna Checker Instructions for Phosphorus ULR Standards:

  1. 1. Thoroughly wipe standard cuvette with HI731318 lint free cloth and only handle using top of cuvette. The cuvette wall must be dry and free of smudges.
  2. 2. At the C. 1 prompt, place A, HI736-11 standard cuvette into the holder of the Checker and press operations button.
  3. 3. At the C. 2 prompt, place B, HI736-11 standard cuvette into the holder of the Checker and press operations button.
  4. Acceptable results must be between 90 and 110 ppb at 25°C
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SKU 208631
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Product Questions

With this work with newer HI774 as well?
Question by: Derek on May 3, 2019, 11:33 AM
Hi Derek, for the new HI774 tester, you need the HI774-11
Phosphate Ultra Low Range CheckerĀ® HC Calibration Check Set.

Please let us know if you have any further questions.
Answer by: Matt on May 3, 2019, 1:12 PM
So correct me if I am wrong. For the Hanna phosphate checker the calibration check test can only be used once but the calibration check test for the phosphorous can be used as much as you want?
Question by: Joseph on Jun 26, 2019, 11:56 PM
Great question! You are correct. The phosphate calibration can only be used the once, but the phosphorus calibration kit is reusable with long shelf life stability. Each batch has a Certificate of Analysis that provides the lot number, reference values and expiration date for traceability when certifying the fluid. So watch that expiration date! But until that point, you can use it as often as you like :)
Answer by: Ash on Jun 27, 2019, 11:29 AM
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