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Thermo Scientific™ Ezy-Cal™ Count Precision Size Standards

Meet the unique and demanding requirements of the contamination control laboratory in modern industries.

$599.67 - $638.64

Specifications

Additive Contains trace amount of surfactant
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Products
Catalog Number Mfr. No. Diameter (Metric) Price Quantity    

09-980-226

 
thermo scientific™
6002
2μm Each for $601.33

09-980-227

 
thermo scientific™
6005
5.010μm ± 0.035μm Each for $601.33

09980228

 
thermo scientific™
6010
10μm Each for $638.64

09-980-229

 
thermo scientific™
6015
15μm Each for $601.33

09980230

 
thermo scientific™
6020
19.99μm ± 0.25μm Each for $638.64

09980231

 
thermo scientific™
6025
24.61μm ± 0.22μm Each for $638.64

09980232

 
thermo scientific™
6030
29.75μm ± 0.56μm Each for $638.64

09-980-233

 
thermo scientific™
6050
50μm Each for $599.67

09980234

 
thermo scientific™
6070
69.1μm ± 0.9μm Each for $638.64
Description & Specifications

Specifications

Additive Contains trace amount of surfactant

Meet the unique and demanding requirements of the contamination control laboratory in modern industries with Thermo Scientific™ Ezy-Cal™ Count Precision Size Standards, easy-to-use liquid particle count controls at 2000 particles per mL. Designed for regular use in liquid particle counters to verify instrument calibration before each use, standards assure reproducibility of the particle counter by permitting a continuous record of its performance using a NIST™-traceable microsphere suspension with a precise concentration.

Features:

  • Ready-to-use (no dilution required) particle size standard for validating optical particle counters
  • Magnetic stir bar included in each bottle for clean, convenient and direct sampling
  • Aqueous suspension medium contains a combination of dispersing agents to keep particles from clumping or sticking to flow surfaces in the particle counter
  • Particle diameters traceable to the Standard Meter through the National Institute of Standards and Technology

Recommended for:

Checking the calibration of liquid particle counters.