New Reagent Code for the HI772 dKH Alkalinity Checker

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  1. Hanna Instruments

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    Hi all,

    We updated the reagent product code used for the HI772 dKH Alkalinity Checker. The new code is:

    HI772-26 Marine Alkalinity Checker® HC Reagents for HI772 (25 Tests)
    http://hannainst.com/marine-alkalinity-checkerr-hc-reagents-25-tests.html

    This have been updated from the HI755-26. The chemical used is still the same we just created a new code to match our reagent categorization system. The HI755-26 Alkalinity reagent for the ppm Marine Checker is still an active code and the reagents can be used interchangeably.

    Thank you for testing with Hanna Instruments!
     
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    jsker Reefing is all about the adventure Staff Member Team R2R R2R Supporter R2R Excellence Award Article Contributor Build Thread Contributor Partner Member 2018

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    Thank you
     
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    Just went online to ask whether the alkalinity regents were interchangeable, so thank you. This should be a sticky or in an FAQ!
     
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    My original hanna checker came with a reagent HI755S when I order a new reagent I got HI772S do I have to multiply with a different number to know my DkH. I was using the 0.056 DkH. My Hanna checker model is HI 755.[​IMG][​IMG]
     
  5. Jamie7907

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    You still multiply by .056
     
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    Thank you!
     
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    The HI772S and HI755S are codes for reagents that initially come with the marine alkalinity Checkers. They can be used interchangeably
     
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    You guys have the best products. I own three of them and Love it!
     
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