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Subject: Conductivity meter

Conductivity meter

From: Tom James Braun <tom.braun>
Date: Friday, June 20, 2003
Chris McAfee <mcafeeck [at] ldschurch__org> writes

>I'm looking for a small, simple-to-use conductivity meter for
>testing my deionized water. Any suggestions?

Try looking in one of the major chemical supply catalogs, such as
Aldrich, Cole-Parmer, Fisher, Sigma, or VWR.  They all should sell
small handheld battery operated conductivity meters that I have
frequently used on archaeological excavations when desalinating
ceramics.  They are usually not highly precise, but are small and
inexpensive, typically $50 and up.  Of course there are also much
more expensive and precise meters that they also sell.

Thomas J. Braun
Daniels Object Conservation Laboratory
Minnesota Historical Society


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