Green Electrodes That Meet the Latest Environmental StandardsAvailable in a variety of styles, including refillable and low-maintenance versions, Mettler Toledo's InLab electrodes are designed to meet the requirements of today’s laboratory.
Mettler Toledo offers outstanding electrode products for a variety of applications, such as pure water and food. All sensors have self explanatory names, making the choice of the right sensor easier than ever. Examples of some new models are:
- The InLab Micro Pro, a TRIS-compatible micro-electrode with long-life Argenthal reference and an integrated temperature probe enabling more accurate readings thanks to automatic temperature compensation.
- The InLab Viscous, an electrode with an easy-to-clean design and the industry’s first SteadyForce reference system which uses an overpressure electrolyte system, guaranteeing electrolyte discharge while eliminating junction contamination issues. This state-of-the-art sensor yields extremely reproducible results for highly viscous samples such as resins, suspensions and cosmetics.
- The InLab Expert Pro, a generalist with a maintenance-free Xerolyt polymer electrolyte features two open reference junctions that cannot clog, irrespective of the sample being measured.
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