Coliform testing

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PolyScience Coliform Bath

The PolyScience Coliform Bath is specially designed for fecal coliform and E. coli testing. It features an ambient +10°C to 135°C temperature range, ±0.7°C temperature stability, 28-liter reservoir, and is equipped with the company's economical MX temperature controller. Suitable for AWWA, WEF and EPA fecal coliform determinations as well as other standard coliform and E. coli tests, the Coliform Bath is equipped with a hinged see-through gable cover, a single-speed pump, user-adjustable temperature alarms, calibration capability, and a chemical-resistant top plate. Its intuitive MX controller makes temperature and operational changes particularly simple and straightforward.

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