DuraCal pH Buffer Solutions
Patented DuraCal liquid pH buffer solutions provide a perfect complement for calibration of pH sensors. Hamilton pH calibration solutions offer stability of up to five years before buffer expiration. High buffering capacity provides rapid and stable calibration with accuracy up to +/- 0.01pH. Buffer solutions are tested against primary reference material from NIST and PTB. Each batch is also verified at an independent laboratory to ensure buffer solution accuracy. This top-down and bottom-up traceability approach ensures high accuracy and allows pH 4.01, 7.00, 9.21, and 10.01 buffer solutions to be classified as Certified Reference Material (CRM).
pH Buffer Certificates of Quality
Customers can download most Hamilton Certificates of Quality and DKD certificates for calibration solutions. Click the button below and input the buffer solution LOT# which can be found on the buffer bottle.
Brochure - Liquid Solutions for Calibration
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How does the DuraCal buffer bottle work?
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Stability and Accuracy of DuraCal pH Buffers
Temperature Influence on DuraCal pH BuffersTemperature has a direct effect on the pH of liquid buffer solutions. This page provides one easy place to see the temperature effects on all Hamilton pH buffers.
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