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Re: First Post/pH meter


On your second question, check out Hanna Instruments Home page
http://www.hannainst.com/ .

Follow the products link then the link to pocket meters.  Specifically check
out the CheckerŪ (models 1,2,&3),  with the replaceable probes.   For about
$55 bucks you have a reasonably high quality reliable pocket pH meter.  I
have had mine for about 3 months and it works great so far!  They also sell
an number of other testers like Temp. Conductivity, ORP, TDS, Salinity.

Anyone have any experiences with Hanna pH meters?

I thought I might share with those on the APD list as well.

I have no affiliation with Hanna just fond of their products.  Your mileage
may vary

Tom Brennan
brennans at ix_netcom.com

-----Original Message-----
From: Robert baranauskas <Woundwart at webtv_net>
Date: Wednesday, June 24, 1998 5:50 PM
Subject: [DISCUS-L] First Post

----------------------------Original message----------------------------
I am new to the list. I live in Pittsburgh, Pa and am a hobbyist. Two
questions. 1) I currently have an infestation in one of my breeding
tanks. Small white worms about 1/8 inch long on the glass. I had this
problem once last year and got rid of it by dropping PH into the low
4's. Right now I can't do this because my piece of junk Corlife pH pen
is not working properly and I don't want to chance it without very
accurate readings. Anyone have an idea about what the worms are and how
to deal with them? 2) Any suggestions about PH readers for under $100?
Robert Baranauskas   Woundwart at webtv_net

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