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pH Calibration Solution - Set of 2
MT610

pH Calibration Solution - Set of 2

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Description

If you’re a serious homebrewer, you know the importance of proper pH during the brewing process. Use these calibration solutions to keep your pH meter reading accurately before each brew.
 
Includes 4oz each of 4.00 and 7.00 buffers. We package these solutions from bulk quantities to get you the best pricing. For testing, pour buffers into a small glass. You do not want to stick the probe of the pH meter into the buffer jars directly because you will eventually sacrifice the accuracy of your buffers.
 
Expires after 6 months if unopened. Expires after 3 months if opened.
 
 
Item # MT610
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Availability California - Out Of Stock
Pennsylvania - In Stock
Weight 0.32 LBS
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Why did you choose this?
MoreFlavor Store
recommended by friend
Jeffrey C on May 30, 2020
cost
Daivd R on Apr 11, 2020
recommended by friend
Jeffrey C on May 30, 2020
Out of pH solution after last brew
Richard D on May 13, 2020
cost
Daivd R on Apr 11, 2020
for ph meter
Wendell A on Apr 8, 2020
First time - did not see Vinmetrica brand
Siegfried W on Apr 3, 2020
Gift
Virginia G on Apr 2, 2020
i was out
Paul G on Apr 1, 2020
key to making sure my pH meter is ready for each brew
Jim I on Mar 31, 2020
For Lab use
Mario A R on Mar 25, 2020
I'm out
Tim G on Mar 13, 2020
Great combo pack for ph meter calibration.
Kenneth Neace on Feb 13, 2020
Need it
Paul C on Feb 3, 2020
Yearly change out
Elizabeth C on Jan 17, 2020
Works well for calibration on brew day.
Edgar C on Dec 24, 2019
For my Beverage Dr.
jeremiah g on Dec 23, 2019
Good price compared to home brew store
Vicki G on Dec 7, 2019
Need to calibrate my meter. i like that the solution is pre mixed.
Michael H on Nov 14, 2019
recommended by a fellow home winemaker
Fred R on Oct 28, 2019
replenish supply
Paul G on Oct 23, 2019
Gotta have it
Gunnar B on Oct 17, 2019
Always good to swap out solutions every year or so.
Brian S on Oct 15, 2019
Small amount due to expiration dates
Duane Y on Sep 19, 2019
Accurate pH measurement is important in winemaking.
Tom B on Sep 7, 2019
I ran out
Aaron H on Sep 2, 2019
Price
Danny F on Sep 2, 2019
need the accuracy
Steven Carr on Aug 28, 2019
Mash and Mashout water ph control
Frank C on Aug 28, 2019
Ran out
John O on Aug 28, 2019
have another meter I need to cliabrate
Charles Bold DVV L on Aug 28, 2019
Ratings
Joseph gallia s on Aug 28, 2019
current out of date
Dancing Cowboy W on Jul 23, 2019
re-calibration is critical to accurate readings
Ian H on Jun 25, 2019
reviews
Joe W on Jun 17, 2019
i need this.
Aaron J on Jun 14, 2019
Need
John M on May 31, 2019
My solutions were expired
Lori K on May 29, 2019
replacement calibration agents for pH meter
Jeff T on May 23, 2019
Best deal
Valued C on May 14, 2019
convenience
Maria del C L on May 10, 2019
i like
Christian f on Apr 23, 2019
Easy to order.
Kyaw Kyaw L on Apr 17, 2019
Can't know your pH if the meter isn't calibrated.
Michael V on Apr 12, 2019
Why did I pick this? Because I like to calibrate my pH meter before taking a reading.
John R on Apr 9, 2019
Recommended
Katina G on Mar 2, 2019
It fits my homebrew process management needs.
Martin O on Feb 21, 2019
to calibrate my pH meter
Fred R on Jan 22, 2019
To have current calibration solutions
Roger R on Jan 15, 2019
replacing inventory
Valued C on Dec 16, 2018
Replace existing stale supply.
Al P on Dec 11, 2018
I ran out of solution
Garry R on Dec 11, 2018
Out of pH solution after last brew
Richard D on May 13, 2020
for ph meter
Wendell A on Apr 8, 2020
My pH meter requires 4.01 and 7.01 buffers to calibrate. Will these 4.00 and 7.00 buffers cause inaccurate calibration? In other words, are 4.00 and 4.01 buffers generally interchangeable?
David Jammalo on Aug 13, 2019
BEST ANSWER: You will be fine, there is most likely an acceptable range that is +/- 0.5 for the buffers anyway. You are essentially telling the pH monitor what 4.0 and 7.0 are, so if you were really concerned you could just subtract 0.01 from the readings. But again in most cases you'll be just fine!
Reviews

4.8 / 5.0
20 Reviews
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No problems would suggest a larger size
April 8, 2020
Purchased
2 months ago
Wish they were NIST rated.
March 20, 2018
Purchased
over 2 years ago
Keep it calibrated
PH meter was probably the best investment for my brewing. Need to have this to keep it the meter in line. Good price and product.
May 30, 2015
Calibration solution is a must
Always keep a set around and calibrate every time you brew. It helps give you a repeatable product.
May 16, 2015
Must Have
Just buy it, you'll need it to calibrate your pH meter correctly.
May 8, 2015
Subtle but needed
I use this product to calibrate meters I use in my printing business, brewing and pool maintenance.
May 5, 2015
Super Price!!!!
This is a great price for very needed solutions if you own a PH meter. At the LHBS we have to pay 5 times as much for smaller bottles of PH solutions 4 and 7.
June 1, 2014
Must Have for pH Meter
Summary says it all. If you have a pH meter, you should get some.
May 29, 2014
Must have to pH meter owners
I gave this 4 stars only because it has a shelf life so if you don't brew too often, take note. For me, the shelf life hasn't been an issue because I usually use up all the solutions well before the 6 months. If you own a meter, you gotta calibrate it often. I do it every brew which is probably the best bet.
May 23, 2014
Extend your shelf life!
I just purge the air out with inert gas such as Nitrogen or CO2 while screwing the cap back on. This will help extend your shelf life!
May 14, 2014
Response from MoreFlavor
It's Ok to purge with nitrogen but CO2 is a bad idea. It's not inert, it will dissolve in water and push down the pH. Likely the reason why buffers go bad is that they pick up CO2. This is the reason that sodium hydroxide goes bad over time.
December 14, 2017
Bruce D
Response from MoreFlavor
It's Ok to purge with nitrogen but CO2 is a bad idea. It's not inert, it will dissolve in water and push down the pH. Likely the reason why buffers go bad is that they pick up CO2. This is the reason that sodium hydroxide goes bad over time.
December 22, 2017
Bruce D