Hanna Instruments, well known for its measurement tools, sent word to us on several new concepts and redesigns on some of their signature pH testers that might be of interest to you. Here’s the scoop.
Redesign of the Checker
Hanna Instruments recently redesigned its signature pH tester, the Checker, and released a new model, the Checker Plus. These pocket pH meters not only feature a new look but enhanced performance as well. These improvements lead to easier use and greater value.
- With automatic calibration and automatic buffer recognition, calibration is now easier than ever.
- With a larger LCD, which now displays not only the pH but also error messages, low battery status and a stability indicator, users can be assured that their tester is working properly and measurements are accurate.
- Stability indicator assures users that their measurement is stable.
Redesigned line of pH and Conductivity testers
The new pHep and the DiST solutions are sleeker looking and offer better usability.
- Now with a more ergonomic profile and waterproof design, these testers can stand up to use in any environment.
- A larger LCD, which now displays not only the pH but also temperature, low battery status and a stability indicator, so users can be assured that their tester is working properly and measurements are accurate.
- Automatic calibration makes calibration easier than ever.
- Automatic temperature compensation complete with an exposed temperature probe for faster readings.
Improvements were made to the pHep, pHep+, DiST 1, DiST 2, DiST 3 and DiST 4 models.
New automatic potentiometric titrator HI901C
Designed with simplicity and focus in mind, the high-performance autotitrator is perfect for the most essential applications and serves as a benchtop meter for direct sample measurements.
“The new HI901C autotitrator has our most precise dosing system and can withstand high throughout in the most challenging lab environments. When dedicated to one application, it’s the easiest instrument to use in the lab,” said Jeff Thompkins, national sales manager — Titrator Division.
Multiple Titration Options: The HI901C stands out with its ability to titrate for a variety of applications including acids, bases, redox and selective ions. In addition to titration mode, the autotitrator also operates as a fully functional pH, redox and ion selective electrode (ISE) meter.
Dynamic Titration Dosing: A dynamic dosing algorithm keeps titrations timely and accurate making analysis more efficient.
Precision Dosing Pump: Hanna’s unmatched 40,000 step piston driven pump is capable of dosing extremely small and highly accurate volumes of reagent, helping to achieve a very precise endpoint.
Equivalence Endpoint Detection: When fixed endpoints are not specified in standard methods, equivalence endpoint detection is critical. This endpoint indicates where the millivolt response from the titration is greatest with respect to the volume of titrant dosed.