PH meters

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What is a pH meter used for?

A pH meter, also known as an acid meter, will allow us to determine the pH of a solution or soil. When asked if the soil or solution we are testing has an alkaline, acidic or neutral reaction, we will be answered by a pH meter. The pH meter is used in many areas, including agriculture, aquariums or beauty salons. Acid meters have many applications, which makes them useful devices for a number of activities.

 Usage of pH Meters in plant cultivation and growbox:

 In plant cultivation and grow boxes, maintaining the right pH level is crucial for nutrient uptake and overall plant health. pH meters provide growers with accurate readings, ensuring that  the soil or nutrient solution is at the optimal pH range. This precision aids in preventing nutrient lockouts and creating the best environment for plants to thrive.

A large selection of pH meters:

There are many manufacturers of gauges on the market that are often inaccurate, so choose a trusted manufacturer of these devices. ADWA (Advanced Digital Water Analysis) is a Hungarian company that has been producing high-class devices for laboratory water analysis since 1998. Equally recognized manufacturers of such devices are Milwaukee and Bluelab, which have been providing high-quality measuring equipment for many years.

A wide range of acid meters:

Our store offers budget and specialized meters. Depending on the client's needs and their budget, we offer equipment in every price range. The choice is wide, ranging from simple gauges to devices that are also used in professional laboratories.

When deciding to buy a pH meter, it is worth considering the purchase of reputable manufacturers such as: ADWA, Milwaukee and Bluelab. If we care about the accuracy of the measurement and a longer period of use, the purchase of measuring devices from these companies will be a good investment.

What is pH Measurement?

pH measurement determines the acidity or alkalinity of a solution on a scale from 0 to 14. A pH of 7 is neutral, values below 7 indicate acidity, and above 7 signify alkalinity. This measurement is vital in various applications, including agriculture, medicine, and chemistry, to ensure optimal conditions for reactions, growth, and health.