for measuring pH either directly on-site in the soil or in the lab
The pH AGRAR 2000 is an important tool for monitoring crop nourishment. Plants grow optimally when a pH value is maintained specifically for that specific plant type. The absorption of certain main nutrients can be hindered if the the pH value is either too high or too low. The technical manual delivered with your Stelzner product contains a detailed list of optimal plant-specific pH values.
The new microprocessor-controlled pH AGRAR 2000 is easy to handle and very precise. It also features a piercing electrode made from glass that is custom designed for agriculture. This makes it the perfect device for agricultural measurements. It features straight-forward pH4 and pH7 automatic calibration. The electrode conductivity slope is displayed (in mV/pH) on the device so that you can check the sensitivity of the pH electrode. An alert is displayed if the pH electrode sensitivity is too low. You can still take measurements when the sensitivity is reduced but you should replace the pH electrode with a new one as soon as possible.
Our special pH piercing electrode made from glass features three ceramic diaphragms and a liquid electrolyte. The electrolyte prevents the diaphragms from becoming clogged up with soil. This increases the durability and lifespan of the entire unit. The base unit is enclosed in a sturdy housing that is built to withstand the most demanding requirements of field and lab use.
The pH AGRAR 2000 can be used for direct crop measurements or also for checking substrates, fertilizer solutions and even water quality.