pH Accessory guide

Clean RegularlyThe most common cause for pH measurement inaccuracies is an unclean or improperly cleanedelectrode. A properly leanedelectrode will ensure that the sensor tip is reading correctly, the junction has optimal flow, and calibration will be accurate. Hanna carries three lines of calibration solutions: HI50XX are certified technical buffers that range from 1.00 to 13.00 pH and an accuracy of +/- 0.01 pH. […]

pH of Foods – Comprehensive Guide through measurement

pH of Foods

pH is an essential parameter because of how it effects food characteristics such as texture, flavor, aroma, and more. pH plays a crucial role in inhibiting the growth of microorganisms. It’s for this reason that U.S. government agencies, such as the Food and Drug Administration (FDA), regulate pH levels in many commercial food products.

Generally speaking, food falls into two categories according to 21CF114. Those that have a natural pH of less than pH 4.6 are known as acid foods while low acid foods have a pH higher than 4.6.

pH Measurement Checklist

Check these for elements for proper pH measurements: meter, electrode, buffer, and sample.

99 Series Portable Waterproof Meters

This new generation of titrator features a 50% smaller footprint for maximum use of your lab space. The sealed body is precision-engineered to resist spills and dust and a high-contrast display shows you everything you need to know during testing.

HI931 & HI932 Titrators

This new generation of titrator features a 50% smaller footprint for maximum use of your lab space. The sealed body is precision-engineered to resist spills and dust and a high-contrast display shows you everything you need to know during testing.