RedoX calibration and wintering kit 468mV 470mV 475mV
  • RedoX calibration and wintering kit 468mV 470mV 475mV
  • RedoX calibration and wintering kit 468mV 470mV 475mV

RedoX calibration and wintering kit 468mV 470mV 475mV

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PS-1652
  • PH RedOx wintering solution for probes

50 ml

  • RedOx solution 468mV 470mV 475mV for the probes

50 ml

  • Cap for probe calibration

for pH and chlorine regulator.

12 mm diameter probe inlet

tightness up to 12 bars

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RedoX calibration and wintering kit 468mV 470mV 475mV

To correctly calibrate a swimming pool probe, you need: a swimming pool probe, and ... a swimming pool buffer solution which will allow this probe to be calibrated!

Buffer solution for swimming pools: why?

In the world of swimming pools, when we speak of a “ swimming pool buffer solution ”, it is because we have a very specific objective in mind: to calibrate our swimming pool sensor.
Indeed, when you want to measure the salt level, the bromine level, the chlorine level or even the pH of the water with electronic testers (pH meter, pH regulator, chlorine regulator, etc.) from probe to electrode, for the measurements to be fair and precise, it is essential to calibrate the probe when the device is put into service, and when the pool is put back into service in the spring.

And to calibrate the probe effectively, it must be immersed in a reference solution, also called a standard solution , or buffer solution ; this maneuver will allow the probe to fix the reference value on which it will always have to be based to evaluate the levels of a particular product in the water.

Buffer solution for swimming pools: how?

When calibrating a swimming pool sensor performed on a new device, it is always necessary to start by letting the electrode sit all day in the specific storage solution that was delivered with the electronic tester.

Then, it suffices to soak the probe in the appropriate buffer solution (buffer solution pH7, 4 and 9 or 10 for the pH probes, Redox buffer solution for the redox chlorine probes, etc.), wait for the result to be read. stabilizes, and adjust the device as needed.

Note: depending on the nature of our measuring device (simple analysis device or analysis and regulation device) and the results that will be displayed on the box, the progress of the calibration operation may switch.
It is therefore imperative to refer to the instructions for use of our device.

To correctly calibrate a swimming pool probe, you need: a swimming pool probe, and ... a swimming pool buffer solution which will allow this probe to be calibrated!

Buffer solution for swimming pools: why?

In the world of swimming pools, when we speak of a “ swimming pool buffer solution ”, it is because we have a very specific objective in mind: to calibrate our swimming pool sensor.
Indeed, when you want to measure the salt level, the bromine level, the chlorine level or even the pH of the water with electronic testers (pH meter, pH regulator, chlorine regulator, etc.) from probe to electrode, for the measurements to be fair and precise, it is essential to calibrate the probe when the device is put into service, and when the pool is put back into service in the spring.

And to calibrate the probe effectively, it must be immersed in a reference solution, also called a standard solution , or buffer solution ; this maneuver will allow the probe to fix the reference value on which it will always have to be based to evaluate the levels of a particular product in the water.

Buffer solution for swimming pools: how?

When calibrating a swimming pool sensor performed on a new device, it is always necessary to start by letting the electrode sit all day in the specific storage solution that was delivered with the electronic tester.

Then, it suffices to soak the probe in the appropriate buffer solution (buffer solution pH7, 4 and 9 or 10 for the pH probes, Redox buffer solution for the redox chlorine probes, etc.), wait for the result to be read. stabilizes, and adjust the device as needed.

Note: depending on the nature of our measuring device (simple analysis device or analysis and regulation device) and the results that will be displayed on the box, the progress of the calibration operation may switch.
It is therefore imperative to refer to the instructions for use of our device.

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PS-1652
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