The Titration Application Pack received is missing items from the packing list in the user manual. Were they not included in error?

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Document ID TE4712

Published Date

Published Date 27/05/2017
Question
The Titration Application Pack received is missing items from the packing list in the user manual. Were they not included in error?
Summary
Titration Application Pack contents
Answer
There are some components that may be referenced in the user manual for the AT1000 that are not included with all application packs. The manual is designed to cover all applications that can be run and are not specific to the application pack ordered with the titrator.

The Glass bottle, 1 L, AT/KF Titrator (Product Number/Order Code LZE119) is only included with applications packs in which there is a reagent that needs to be mixed by the end user. If the required reagents are available from Hach pre-made, then the bottle is not included.

The Intellical Legacy Adapter for Analogue pH/mV Senors (Product Number/Order Code LZV662) is only included with applications that use an electrode with a BNC connector.

The Titration Application Pack Amperometric: Free & Total Chlorine, Chlorine Dioxide, Sulfite (AutoCAT; Product Number/Order Code AP0007.AT1122) is one that customers commonly think that there are components missing that are not intended to be included. The application pack does not include beakers; the beakers that are included with other application packs are made out of plastic and are designed to fit onto the electrode head on the titrator. The Chlorine applications require the use of glass beakers and also require a sample volume higher than what the plastic beakers can contain. Because of this, the plastic beakers normally included are not. Instead Beaker, Griffin, Low Form, Glass, 250 mL (Product Number/Order Code 50046H) are recommended. NOTE: It's required to use dedicated beakers for Free and Total Chlorine that are not used for any other tests (for example beakers that have been used for a Total Chlorine titration should not be used in a Free Chlorine titration).