Calcium Ion Measurement

Calcium (Ca2+) is an inorganic ion found in a variety of environments, including water, soil, living organisms, and food products. It is an important nutrient for humans and other animals, and is also an important indicator of water quality and environmental health.

Solid-state (membrane) selective calcium ion electrodes are a type of ISE that use a polymer membrane to detect calcium.

Everything essential for accurate measurement of calcium ions

    These electrodes are relatively simple to use and maintain and are used in a variety of applications.

    • Water Quality Control: To measure the concentration of calcium in wastewater, drinking water, and other water sources.
    • Food Industry: To control the concentration of calcium in foods.
    • Medicine: To measure the concentration of calcium in blood, urine, and other body fluids.