storage of pH meters

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Kathryn
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storage of pH meters

Post by Kathryn »

Good morning
How do you store your pH meters? Currently I have them sitting upright in their little bottles of storage solution in a bigger container. I have just found one in the container but not inside it's bottle of storage solution :mad: Wanting to look at other ways to store them so that is more obvious if they have not been put back correctly.
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bigmack
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Post by bigmack »

I made up some little wooden holders after the kids kept knocking them over in the Labs and spilling the Storage juice .Also put a little warning notice on it .

PS , thanks Briony for sending me a pic . :thumbup:
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MrCooper
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Post by MrCooper »

Hey Kathryn,
I designed a stand to hold our class set of PASCO pH meters.
You're welcome to have the file required to print one if you have the means at your school.
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