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Understanding pH Meter


What is a pH Meter?

A pH meter is a scientific instrument that measures the hydrogen ion in water based solutions, indicating its acidity or alkalinity expressed by pH values between 0 to 14.

The pH meter measures the difference in electrical potential between a pH electrode and a reference electrode and is used in many applications ranging from laboratory experimentation to quality control and safety reasons.
A pH meter is used as a monitoring device for microbiological control in terms of safety.
pH meters are also used in the chemical and industrial industries. As a result, pH controls a critical threshold for many sectors.
It is important to monitor pH as the general environment in which water-soluble industrial oils are used is in favorable conditions for microorganisms (bacteria, yeast, molds, etc.) to propagate.

The PAL-pH meter is made with an unbreakable electrode and temperature display on the screen.

The other type of pH meter is the tip-type, which allows you to dip into the samples you want to measure