– Fillable combination electrode for redox potential measurement.
Reference electrode + measurement electrode in the same housing
– Widely used in laboratories and in the field, these directly give the ORP of any solution in which they are immersed.
– Mercurous sulphate (Hg/Hg2SO4) reference electrode.
This comprises a glass tube in which a drop of mercury and mercurous sulphate (Hg2SO4) are placed in contact with a silver wire. The reference element is filled with a saturated potassium sulphate solution (K2SO4)
– Filled with a liquid electrolyte
Advantage of a liquid electrolyte:
-> Possibility of topping up or emptying the electrolyte in the event of contamination -> extension of the electrode’s life span
– Main use of silver rods: for titrations or argentometric measurements
– Two types of connection technology available for adaptation of the electrode to your instruments