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1 Reagents also compatible in Hach VARIO Powder Packs (PP) and Reagents for Photometry Test Range Reagent Liquid Reagent Tube Tests Powder Pack VARIO Aluminium Reagent, Set F20 Aluminium mg/l Al VARIO Aluminium ECR VARIO Aluminium Hexamine VARIO Aluminium Masking Rgt Ammonia mg/l N VARIO Ammonia Nitrogen, Set F10 VARIO Ammonia Salicylate, F10 VARIO Ammonia Cyanurate, F10 VARIO Am tube test Reagent, Set LR, F5 Ammonia LR mg/l N VARIO Ammonia Salicylate, F5 VARIO Ammonia Cyanurate, F5 VARIO Am Diluent Reagent Low Range VARIO Am tube test Reagent, Set HR, F5 Ammonia HR 0 mg/l N VARIO Ammonia Salicylate, F5 VARIO Ammonia Cyanurate, F5 VARIO Am Diluent Reagent High Range Bromine mg/l Br VARIO Chlorine TOTAL-DPD, F10 VARIO Chlorine TOTAL-DPD, F10 Visuelles Test Kit bis 3,5mg/l Cl 2 VARIO Chlorine FREE-DPD, F5 VARIO Chlorine FREE-DPD, F5 VARIO Chlorine TOTAL-DPD, F5 VARIO Chlorine TOTAL-DPD, F5 Chlorine mg/l Cl 2 VARIO Chlorine FREE-DPD, F10 free, combined and total VARIO Chlorine FREE-DPD, F10 Chlorine dioxide VARIO Chlorine TOTAL-DPD, F10 VARIO Chlorine TOTAL-DPD, F mg/l Cl 2 VARIO Chlorine FREE-DPD, F25 VARIO Chlorine FREE-DPD, F25 VARIO Chlorine TOTAL-DPD, F25 VARIO Chlorine TOTAL-DPD, F25 COD LR 0 1 mg/l O 2 COD VARIO 0-1 mg/l COD MR 0 10 mg/l O 2 COD VARIO 0-10 mg/l COD HR 0 mg/l O 2 COD VARIO 0 - mg/l Copper 0 5 mg/l Cu VARIO CU1, F10 VARIO CU1, F10 VARIO DEHA REAGENT SET DEHA 20-0 µg/l DEHA VARIO OXYSCAV 1 RGT VARIO DEHA 2 RGT 102 General Catalogue April 2015

2 devices Method Applications Quantity Code Eriochrome cyanine R Water 25 ml 1 Set Salicylate Water, waste water, seawater 1 Set x 2 x Salicylate Water, waste water, seawater tubes Salicylate Water, waste water, seawater tubes 1 Set Set Photometry DPD-Method: Water, waste water, seawater USEPA accepted for drinking water analysis DPD method: Water, waste water, seawater USEPA accepted for drinking water analysis DPD method: Water, waste water, seawater USEPA accepted for drinking water analysis DPD method: Water, waste water, seawater USEPA accepted for drinking water analysis Dichromate Reactor, Digestion Water, waste water, seawater 25 tubes tubes tubes, mercury free Dichromate Reactor, Digestion Water, waste water, seawater 25 tubes tubes Küv., mercury free tubes, mercury free Dichromate Reactor, Digestion Water, waste water, seawater 25 tubes tubes tubes, mercury free Bicinchoninate Water, waste water, seawater PPST ml 1 Set MSDS (Material Safety Data Sheets): 103 General Catalogue April 2015

3 Reagents also compatible in Hach VARIO Powder Packs (PP) and Reagents for Photometry Test Range Reagent Liquid Reagent Tube Tests Powder Pack Hydrazine mg/l N 2 H 4 VARIO Hydra2 Reagent Iron (Fe 2+, Fe 3+ ), dissolved 0 3 mg/l Fe VARIO Ferro, F mg/l Fe VARIO IRON TPTZ VARIO Manganese Reagent, Set LR, F10 Manganese LR mg/l Mn VARIO Alkaline-Cyanide Reagent Solution VARIO Ascorbic Acid VARIO PAN Indicator Solution Manganese HR 0 20 mg/l Mn VARIO Manganese Reagent, Set HR, F10 VARIO MANGANESE CITRATE BUFFER, F10 VARIO SODIUMPERIODATE, F10 Molybdate LR mg/l MoO 4 VARIO MOLYBDENUM LR, Set, F10 VARIO Molybdenum 1 LR, F10 VARIO Molybdenum 2 LR, F10 VARIO MOLYBDENUM HR, Set F10 Molybdate HR 0 35 mg/l Mo VARIO MOLYBDENUM HR1, F10 VARIO MOLYBDENUM HR2, F10 VARIO MOLYBDENUM HR3, F10 VARIO MOLYBDENUM HR, Set F mg/l Mo VARIO MOLYBDENUM HR1, F25 VARIO MOLYBDENUM HR2, F25 VARIO MOLYBDENUM HR3, F25 VARIO NITRA X Reagent, Set Nitrate 0 30 mg/l N VARIO NITRA X Test vials VARIO NITRA NITROGEN NITRATE Reag. B VARIO TOTAL NITROGEN LR, Set consists of a) und b): a) VARIO TOTAL NITROGEN HYDROX. LR, Set VARIO TOTAL NITROGEN HYDROX. LR, tubes Nitrogen, total LR 0 25 mg/l N VARIO TOTAL N PERSULFATE Reagent, b) VARIO TOTAL NITROGEN ACID LR/HR, Set VARIO TOTAL NITROGEN Reag. A VARIO TOTAL NITROGEN Reag. B VARIO TOTAL NITROGEN ACID LR/HR tubes VARIO TOTAL NITROGEN HR, Set consists of a) und b): a) VARIO TOTAL NITROGEN HYDROX. HR, Set VARIO TOTAL NITROGEN HYDROX. HR, tubes Nitrogen, total HR 5 1 mg/l N VARIO TOTAL N PERSULFATE Reagent, b) VARIO TOTAL NITROGEN ACID LR/HR, Set VARIO TOTAL NITROGEN Reag. A VARIO TOTAL NITROGEN Reag. B VARIO TOTAL NITROGEN ACID LR/HR tubes 104 General Catalogue April 2015

4 devices Method Applications Quantity Code 4-(Dimethylamino)- benzaldehyde Water, waste water, seawater ml Iron, total: 1, 10-phenantroline Water, waste water, seawater Iron, total: TPTZ Water, waste water, seawater PAN Water, waste water 60 ml 60 ml 1 Set Periodate oxidation Water, waste water 1 Set Mercaptoacetic acid Water, waste water 1 Set Mercaptoacetic acid Water, waste water Mercaptoacetic acid Water, waste water Chromotropic acid Water, waste water ml 1 Set Set Set Set Persulfate digestion Water, waste water ml 1 Set Persulfate digestion Water, waste water ml MSDS (Material Safety Data Sheets): 105 General Catalogue April 2015

5 Reagents also compatible in Hach VARIO Powder Packs (PP) and Reagents for Photometry Test Range Reagent Liquid Reagent Tube Tests Powder Pack Nitrite LR mg/l N VARIO NITRI3, F10 VARIO NITRI3, F25 Phosphate mg/l PO 4 VARIO PHOSPHATE RGT, F10 VARIO REACTIVE PHOSPHATE REAGENT SET Phosphate, ortho mg/l PO 4 VARIO PHOSPHATE DILUTION TUBE TEST VARIO PHOSPHATE RGT, F10 VARIO TOTAL & ACID HYDROLYZABLE PHOSPHATE REAGENT SET acid hydrolyzable: VARIO PHOSPHATE ACID REAG. TUBE TEST Phosphate, mg/l P =^ Acid hydrolyzable mg/l PO 4 VARIO PHOSPHATE RGT, F10 and total total: VARIO SODIUM HYDROXID 1N mg/l P =^ VARIO SODIUM HYDROXID 1,54N mg/l PO 4 VARIO POTASSIUM PERSULFATE VARIO TOTAL PHOSPHATE REAGENT SET VARIO PHOSPHATE ACID REAG. TUBE TEST Phosphate, total mg/l P =^ VARIO PHOSPHATE RGT, F mg/l PO 4 VARIO SODIUM HYDROXID 1,54N VARIO POTASSIUM PERSULFATE VARIO PHOSPHONATE REAGENT SET Phosphonates mg/l PO 4 VARIO Potassium Persulfate F10 VARIO PHOSPHATE RGT, F10 VARIO SILICA Reagent LR, Set F10 Silica, LR mg/l SiO 2 VARIO LR SILICA AMINO ACID F VARIO SILICA CITRIC ACID VARIO MOLYBDATE 3 Reagent solution VARIO SILICA Reagent HR, Set F10 Silica, HR 0 mg/l SiO 2 VARIO SILICA HR MOLYBDATE, F10 VARIO SILICA HR ACID RGT, F10 VARIO SILICA CITRIC ACID, F10 VARIO SILICA Reagent HR, Set F25 Silica, UHR mg/l SiO 2 VARIO SILICA HR MOLYBDATE, F25 VARIO SILICA HR ACID RGT, F25 VARIO SILICA HR CITRIC ACID, F25 Sulphate 0 70 mg/l SO 4 VARIO Sulpha 4, F10 VARIO Sulpha 4, F25 Triazoles 1-16 mg/l VARIO Triazole Rgt F General Catalogue April 2015

6 devices Method Applications Quantity Code Diazotiation Water, waste water Phosphomolybdic acid/ Water, waste water, seawater Ascorbic acid Phosphomolybdic acid/ Water, seawater Ascorbic acid ml 1 Set Phosphomolybdic acid/ Water, seawater Ascorbic acid ml ml ml 1 Set Photometry Phosphomolybdic acid/ Water, seawater Ascorbic acid ml ml 1 Set Persulfate UV-Oxidation Water 1 Set Heteropoly blue Water, seawater x ml Silicomolybdate Water, seawater Silicomolybdate Water, seawater 1 Set Set Set USEPA accepted Water, waste water, seawater for waste water analysis Catalyzed UV Digestion Water MSDS (Material Safety Data Sheets): 107 General Catalogue April 2015

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