pH

pH is an extremely important parameter for all water quality measurement application. pH is based on a defined scale which range from 0 to 14. The lower the number the more acidic the water is, the higher the number the more basic. Typically a neutral pH is considered to be around pH 7

However in the natural environment this can vary based on a number of environmental conditions. If the pH is too high or low then effects can be seen on aquatic organisms, even causing them to die. The level of pH can also have an effect on the solubility of phosphorus and other nutrients, making them more readily available for plant growth. This in turn can lead to an increasing in plant life, thus reducing levels of dissolved oxygen

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  • Ponsel PHEHT digital pH, ORP and temperature Sensor Bare Wire
    Ponsel PHEHT digital pH, ORP and temperature Sensor Bare Wire
    SKU: PF-CAP-C
    Digital pH, ORP and Temperature Sensor
    RS 485 and SDI-12 Ouptuts
    Low Power Design
    Calibration Data Stored on the Probe
    Long Life Plastogel Reference electrode
    £783.00
    £939.60 inc VAT
  • Ponsel PHEHT digital pH, ORP and temperature Sensor ODEON
    Ponsel PHEHT digital pH, ORP and temperature Sensor ODEON
    SKU: PF-CAP-C-PHEHT-ODEON
    Digital pH, ORP and Temperature Sensor
    For Use with ODEON Handheld Meter
    Low Power Design
    Calibration Data Stored on the Probe
    Long Life Plastogel Reference electrode
    £783.00
    £939.60 inc VAT
  • RWQS PHEHT digital pH, ORP and temperature
    RWQS PHEHT digital pH, ORP and temperature
    SKU: RWQS-PHEHT
    Digital pH, ORP and Temperature Sensor
    Offered with Point Green Telemetry system
    Battery powered system
    Data available via web based cloud portal
    Includes associated cabling
    £1509.00
    £1810.80 inc VAT