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Beverage Doctor pH Buffer Solution Powder - 3 Pack (4.00/6.86/9.18)
MT624C

Beverage Doctor pH Buffer Solution Powder - 3 Pack (4.00/6.86/9.18)

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Description

Replacement buffer solutions that are included with the Beverage Doctor pH meter (MT624).

 

Kegland Part Number: KL06279

Item # MT624C
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Availability California - In Stock
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Weight 0.11 LBS
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calibrate my pH meter
Chris B on Jun 3, 2022
You need this to operate the ph meter.
Michael Hudson on Feb 2, 2022
calibrate my pH meter
Chris B on Jun 3, 2022
To go with a PH meter I just ordered.
James C on May 20, 2022
You need this to operate the ph meter.
Michael Hudson on Feb 2, 2022
For new Ph meter
Derek on Jan 22, 2022
as above
Valued C on Sep 9, 2021
Convenient pack of powders to do pH meter calibration.
Jeffrey C. Summerlin on Apr 8, 2021
Need it
Javier M on Dec 14, 2020
Required to calibrate the beverage doctor Ph
Randall Dibble on Nov 21, 2020
For my newly purchased pH meter
JARED on Jun 16, 2020
for meter
Paul N on Jun 15, 2020
Para calibarpara calibrar el PHmeter
Marcelo Gaggioni on May 5, 2020
I have a pH meter that requires a 6.86 buffer for calibration
Jon D on May 4, 2020
Calibration
Terence H on Mar 14, 2020
To go with a PH meter I just ordered.
James C on May 20, 2022
For new Ph meter
Derek on Jan 22, 2022
Hello I have trouble finding deinoized water will distilled water work for the pH buffering solution ?
William Hardin on Jun 8, 2020
BEST ANSWER: Distilled water works great for these. The distilling process removes the all of the same ions that a deionization or a reverse osmosis filter will remove. If you're wondering you can always test your water with a cheap TDS (total disolved solids) meter.
Can I use distilled water or do I have to purchase water that is labeled deionized water?
Soren Jensen on Mar 6, 2020
BEST ANSWER: Hello Soren, the manufacturer directs to use deionized water. Using something other than may result in a buffer solution that's not accurate.
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Works as advertised
Need these for my beverage doctor ph meter and they work as expected for calibration.
May 6, 2021
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