HI54710-11 pH 4.01, 7.01 and 10.01 Technical Calibration Solutions with Electrode Storage Solution and Cleaning Solution (5 x 500 mL)
HI54710-11 is a complete set of all the solutions required for routine pH measurement. The HI54701-11 includes our premium quality pH 4.01, 7.01 and 10.01 technical calibration buffer that are NIST traceable and supplied with a Certificate of Analysis. The HI54710-11 also includes bottles of HI70300L storage solution and HI7061L general purpose cleaning solution. All Hanna solutions have the lot number and expiration date clearly marked on the label and are air tight with a tamper-proof seal.
- Supplied with Certificate of Analysis
- Accuracy of +/- 0.01 pH @ 25°C
- Temperature chart of the actual pH value at various temperatures printed on each bottle
HI54710-11 is a set of premium quality pH 4.01, 7.01 and 10.01 technical calibration buffer produced in accordance with ISO 3696/BS3978 standards using high purity salts, deionized water, certified weight-checked balances, and Class A glassware in a temperature controlled environment monitored with certified thermometers. Reported values are accurate to +/- 0.01 pH @ 25°C and are traceable to NIST Standard Reference Materials (SRMs).
HI70300L is a solution that can be used to store your pH electrode*. To ensure an optimum response time, the glass sensor tip and the reference junction of the pH electrode should be kept moist and not be allowed to dry out when not in use. Placing the electrode in a small glass filled with storage solution or replacing the solution in the protective cap is a suitable way to store the electrode. The HI70300L should also be used to rehydrate the electrode after a cleaning procedure by soaking for at least one hour before taking measurements.
* Never store pH or ORP electrodes in distilled or deionized water. Doing so will shorten the life of the sensor
HI7061L is a general purpose cleaning solution that can be used for a variety of applications. Electrodes can become dirty from use and will produce inaccurate results even as they read correctly in a pH buffer.
The most common cause for pH measurement inaccuracies is an unclean or improperly cleaned electrode. This is very important to note, because during calibration, the instrument assumes that the electrode is clean and that the standardization curve created during the calibration process will remain a valid reference until the next calibration. pH meters on the market today will allow an offset voltage of approximately ±60 mV. The deviation from 0 mV is not unusual but ideally should be no greater than ±30 mV. The calibration process compensates for the change in offset voltage. If the mV offset continues to deviate and the meter is calibrated with a dirty electrode then inaccurate readings will result.
The HI54710-11 is supplied with Certificate of Analysis
Mean lot value
SRMs that were used
Air tight bottles with tamper-proof seals
Bottle is hermetically sealed to prevent any air (CO2) from entering and causing a change in the pH buffer value. When the bottle is opened for the first time it is as fresh as the day it was produced in our factory
Each bottle marked with lot number and expiration date.
Hanna buffers are specially formulated to maintain their pH value for an unopened bottle.
Color coded label for easy pH buffer value identification
Easy to identify different buffer values
- Solution does not contain any dyes that may stain the reference cell of a pH electrode
|Description||technical calibration buffer, electrode storage solution, cleaning solution|
|Certificate of Analysis||yes|
|pH Accuracy||±0.01 pH|
|pH Value @ 25°C||4.01; 7.01; 10.01|