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Conductivity meter

From: Judy Bischoff <judith_bischoff>
Date: Wednesday, July 2, 2003
I just saw several ads in the 2003 issue of Laboratory Equipment for
conductivity meters and standards. The prices range from about $260
to $720. The standards for instrument calibration start around $18.
At least two of the meters have automatic temperature compensation.
All of the meters described are "traceable to NIST" and are A2LA
(American Association for Laboratory Accreditation) certified.

The company is:

    Control Company
    308 West Edgewood
    Friendswood, TX 77546
    281-482-1714
    Fax: 281-482-9448
    info [at] control3__com
    <URL:http://www.control3.com>

I don't know anything about these particular instruments. So, am not
endorsing this company or their products, but the meters seem to be
reasonably priced and they come with Traceable Calibration
Certificates (traceable to NIST).

Judy
Judy Bischoff, Ph.D.
Conservation Scientist
National Park Service
Department of Conservation
PO Box 50
Harpers Ferry, WV 25425-0050
304-535-6146
Fax: 304-535-6055


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