Water Quality Testing

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The ChlordioX Plus uses disposable ampermetric sensors to provide portable and user-friendly determination of chlorite in water samples. This method is more economical, less complex and faster than ampermetric titration methods. With a simple and sequential test protocol, no special training is required. Reliable and accurate testing can be completed in just 10 minutes.

GCMS Systems Provide Reliability, Productivity & ROI

Publication Date: 
September 16, 2014

Commercial environmental laboratories analyze large numbers of samples per day using approved methods, and produce data that need to be technically sound and legally defensible. The Shimadzu GCMS-QP2010 Series can help meet this need. Whether for analyzing VOCs, semi-volatiles, pesticides, PAHs or PCBs, these powerful instruments offer rapid analysis times, long-term calibration stability and greater uptime/usability with easier system maintenance.

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Testing Kits

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Wagtech water quality testing kits allow all levels of users to test for organisms, analyze key physical characteristics such as turbidity and conductivity, and measure specific chemical parameters such as pH, chlorine and ammonia, using simple, accurate procedures. Testing protocols conform to World Health Organization guidelines for assessment of potable water, and kits are chosen based on testing needs. All equipment is packed in IP67-rated carry cases with energy-efficient battery-operated instruments for use anywhere.   

Seeking Water Safety

When it comes to drinking water safety, many new innovations are focused on emerging contaminants. One new testing method, however, focuses on something that has plagued drinking water for ages — contamination by fecal matter. Water Quality Products Managing Editor Kate Cline recently spoke with Vladislav V. Yakovlev, developer of the technology, about the new testing method and its potential benefits. 

Kate Cline: Briefly describe the new detection method procedure. 

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A new method for detecting fecal matter in water

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Vladislav V. Yakovlev is professor for the departments of biomedical engineering and physics and astronomy at Texas A&M University. Yakovlev can be reached at yakovlev@bme.tamu.edu or 979.458.2326.

Kate Cline is managing editor of Water Quality Products. Cline can be reached at kcline@sgcmail.com or 847.391.1007.

Publication Date: 
July 18, 2014
Activation Date: 
July 18, 2014
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A New Era for Reduce, Reuse, Recycle

With drinking water becoming scarcer due to drought in highly populated areas and drinking water sources becoming more polluted, both individual homeowners and businesses are becoming aware of the need for drinking water conservation. This brings to mind the old saying, “reduce, reuse, recycle.”

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Integrating water conservation strategies into water management

About The Author: 

Marianne R. Metzger is vice president of sales and marketing for CNA Environmental. Metzger can be reached at marianne@cnawater.com or 216.906.3021.

Publication Date: 
July 18, 2014
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July 18, 2014
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Probes

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S465 Series probes were designed as an alternative to Acu-Trol pH and ORP probes for swimming pool control, industrial, municipal and potable water applications. Constructed of polyphenylene sulfide, the probes offer improved chemical resistance. The sensor technology delivers accurate measurement over a range of 0 to 14 pH or -1,000 to 1,000 mV for ORP. 

On the Lookout for Legionella

Legionella occurs naturally in the environment and is most commonly found in water. These bacteria thrive in warmer environments, so they are often found in hot tubs, hot water tanks, cooling towers, larger plumbing systems and decorative fountains.  

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Proper testing & maintenance help prevent deadly Legionella outbreaks

About The Author: 

Marianne Metzger is vice president of sales and marketing for CNA Environmental. Metzger can be reached at marianne@cnawater.com.

Publication Date: 
June 16, 2014
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June 16, 2014
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Photometer

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The eXact iDip handheld photometer uses the patented iDip4 reagent delivery method, a quick, safe and easy procedure for analysis. The methodology limits source of errors in results and provides smooth, precise reagent dispersion into samples without leaving suspended solids in the sample vial. The photometer provides wireless connectivity with Apple mobile devices. Data are transferred between the two devices when paired with the photometer using Bluetooth Smart wireless technology.  

TOC Analyzer

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GE

The Sievers M9 total organic carbon (TOC) analyzer measures TOC in a broad range of samples, from ultrapure water to process water. The analyzer can measure conductivity in grab sample or auto sampler modes, and produces TOC results in two minutes. The analyzer is offered in three versions—portable, online or laboratory—and is available worldwide, meeting all relevant global regulatory requirements.  

Smartphone Meter

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The SAM-1 Smart Aqua Meter turns smartphones and tablets into pH, ORP or conductivity and temperature meters. Connect the meter and smart sensor into the audio jack of a smartphone or tablet and it is ready to take accurate readings. The sensor type and calibration data are auto-recognized. Easily record reading details such as time, date and GPS coordinates with location names and comments. Measure samples in the lab, field or plant, and share readings instantly via e-mail.