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£0.83 (ex. VAT)
used for calibrating ec pens and metres, ec metres should be calibrated regulary to ensure accurate and precise readings!
£3.99
£3.33 (ex. VAT)
Essentials Calibration Solutions, necessary to calibrate pH & EC/CF meters, For super accurate calibration use these solutions at 25 degrees centigrade and never keep an opened bottle for more than 6 months.
£3.99
£3.33 (ex. VAT)
Vitalink pH 4.01 buffer - Necessary to calibrate your digital ph meters and probes, this needs to be done often.
£3.99
£3.33 (ex. VAT)
Vitalink Essentials pH 7.01 buffer - 250ml & 1l For super accurate calibration of your digital ph meters and probes
£3.99
£3.33 (ex. VAT)
Growth Technology conductivty standard used for calibrating ec pens and metres, ec metres should be calibrated regulary to ensure accurate and precise readings!
£3.95
£3.29 (ex. VAT)
Growth technology PH Buffer 4 is used to calibrate pH meters. This should be done on a regular basis to ensure ongoing accuracy from the meter.
£3.95
£3.29 (ex. VAT)
Growth technology PH Buffer 7 is used to calibrate pH meters. This should be done on a regular basis to ensure ongoing accuracy from the meter.
£3.99
£3.33 (ex. VAT)
HM Digital Tds Calibration Solution for calibrating digital ec meters and wands, ensure your digital meter is completely accurate by regularly testing with calibration fluid
£19.95
£16.63 (ex. VAT)
Bluely Probe Ph & Calibration cleaning kit Everything you need to clean, hydrate and calibrate pH probes as well as clean and test conductivity (ppm/EC) probes
£29.95
£24.96 (ex. VAT)
Proactive - Proactive pH Water Conditioner will balance the water used in your nutrient reservoir while acidifying and buffering its pH value – greatly limiting the effects of alkaline hydrolysis
A selection of various ph buffers, ph buffers are used to calibrate ph meters, this needs to be done regularly to ensure you ph meter is reading correctly as failure to do this defeats the whole point of using a ph meter in the first place.