Thermo Scientific™ Nalgene™ Settlometer Kit
Analyze the activated sludge process using this all-plastic tool for waste water treatment plant operators, a cost-effective alternative when compared to glass equivalents.
Manufacturer: Thermo Scientific™ N10100507
Analyze the activated sludge process using the Thermo Scientific™ Nalgene™ Settlometer Kit. An all-plastic tool for waste water treatment plant operators, this kit is a cost-effective alternative to glass equivalents. Settlometer and centrifuge tests for sludge quality are used in analyzing the activated sludge process. The 2L jar is lightweight, transparent, highly impact-resistant and has easy to read white graduations. The paddle permits agitation without scratching jar. Tubes fit tabletop centrifuges up to 6000 x g without cushions or adapters.
- 2L jar is lightweight, transparent, and impact-resistant with easy-to-read white graduations
- Paddle permits agitation of sample without scratching jar
- Centrifuge tubes feature molded-in graduations and friction-fit closures
- For tabletop (clinical) centrifuges; shatterproof tubes will withstand forces up to 6000 × g without cushions or adapters, eliminating risk of broken glass
- Approximate jar dimensions: O.D. × H: 3.3 × 7.5″ (13.2 × 19.1cm)
- Tube dimensions, O.D. × H: 0.68 × 25.6″ (1.7 × 11.9cm)
- Replacement jar and lid available, order Cat. No. 711010-9507
- Polycarbonate jar and cover
- Polypropylene paddle
- Ten 0.5 oz. (15mL) polycarbonate conical centrifuge tubes with friction-fit polypropylene closures
- Instruction booklet
- Data sheet
Limited warranty period: Subject to all warranty requirements and exclusions set out in our Terms and Conditions of Sale, this product is warranted from the date we ship the product and for ninety (90) days thereafter.
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|Kit has been evaluated by the National Training and Operational Technology Center (NTOTC) of the U.S. EPA and has been determined to yield results equivalent to the equipment NTOTC has used in the past.|