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Simply & Certain: Certipur® certified pH Buffer Solutions acc. to EP and USP in Sachets and Bottles

pH buffer solutions are used to calibrate pH instruments and acid-base titrators electrodes in pharmaceutical QC and production. The European Pharmacopeia (EP) and United States Pharmacopeia (USP) describe the preparation of pH buffer solutions using solid substances. We have a faster, safer, simpler answer: New ready-to-use Certipur® certified pH buffer solutions in sachets and bottles. Just open the pack and calibrate with confidence.

Features and Benefits

  • Compliant: Produced according to EP and USP guidelines
  • Secure: Tested in our ISO 17025 accredited calibration laboratory
  • Ready for audits: Detailed certificate of analysis for every product
  • Convenient: Simply open the pack for quick, accurate pH calibration

Choose from Our Complete Range for Pharmaceutical QC Labs
Besides ready-to-use pH buffer solutions in sachets and bottles, the Certipur® range also includes certified secondary pH reference buffer substances and solutions according to the EP and USP. Whatever your pH calibration needs, you’ll be certain with Certipur®.


- pH Buffer Solutions in Sachets

Ready-to-use Certipur® certified pH calibration buffer solutions in single-use sachets are always fresh and help prevent contamination

- pH Buffer Solutions in 500 ml Bottles

Ready-to-use Certipur® Certified pH calibration buffer solutions in 500 ml bottles offer the same top quality, plus a 3-year shelf life (in originally sealed bottle)

- pH Reference Buffer Substances & Solutions

Certipur® certified secondary pH reference buffer substances & solutions for extremely precise calibration, qualification and monitoring of pH instruments, and for testing other buffer solutions

 

Product Listings

Ready-to-use Certified Buffer Solutions acc. to EP & USP Measured using 5-point calibration against NIST & PTB primary certified reference materials.

Certified Secondary Reference Buffer Solutions & Substances acc. to EP & USP Measured using differential potentiometry with two platinum hydrogen electrodes against NIST & PTB primary certified reference materials.