Double Pore K DIN
The Polyplast K is a maintenance-free, combination pH puncture electrode made especially for use with solid and semi-solid samples. 2 Single Pores make clogging of the diaphragms practically impossible, and ideally suit these electrodes for measurement in meat and cheese. It is especially well suited for Knick Portamess®equipment.
- Robust PEEK shaft
- Smallest possible surface sample contact with glass
- Ideally suited for measurements of solid and semisolid samples (e.g. cheese, meat)
- Two single pores make clogging of the liquid junction impossible
- Serial number certificate
Accessories for the Double Pore K
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