A New Use for DNA

Detecting heavy metals in drinking water

Activation Date: 
September 27, 2010
Legacy
Legacy ID: 
22183

What to Look for in a Lab: Value Added Services

Building a beneficial partnership with a laboratory

There are many components to operating a successful bottled water business. Selecting suppliers of critical services, the quality of supplies used in production and the providers of services all have a direct impact on product water quality. Choosing the right laboratory can provide the bottler with a resource for regulatory compliance, quality control troubleshooting and technical information.

Publication Date: 
September 13, 2010
Activation Date: 
September 13, 2010
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Legacy
Legacy ID: 
22150

Free Chlorine Sensors

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New Product Showcase
Legacy ID: 
58893
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July 2010

These new FCL400 Series free chlorine sensors feature amperometric measurement technology. Designed for use in water treatment disinfection applications and for use with chlorine generators, pools and drinking water, these sensors are available in several ranges for detecting parts per million levels of free chlorine.

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What's in the Water?

Testing for disinfectants and disinfection byproducts

Activation Date: 
June 4, 2009
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Legacy
Legacy ID: 
20811

Testing

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New Product Showcase
Legacy ID: 
56845
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May 2009

National Testing Laboratories (NTL) offers a new testing package geared toward individuals on city water supplies. The new City-Check covers contaminants likely to show up in city water including metals, disinfectants and disinfection byproducts. NTL offers three levels of testing packages designed to meet all budgets and address customers’ health concerns.

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Water Testing

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New Product Showcase
Legacy ID: 
56786
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April 2009

ColorQ AT kits are great sales tools for onsite demonstrations of treated water benefits. Tests are fast and simple and the ColorQ handheld photometer eliminates the guesswork with traditional color matching. Packaged in a rugged case with locks; custom options are available.

Testing: Onsite, Laboratory or Both?

Deciding when, where and how to test well water

Activation Date: 
October 24, 2008
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Legacy
Legacy ID: 
19752

Lead & Copper Test

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New Product Showcase
Legacy ID: 
56008
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October 2008

The SA-1000 scanning analyzer provides schools, municipalities and health departments with an easy-to-use, accurate test for lead and copper in potable water. Using a U.S. EPA- approved testing method, the SA-1000 tests for results as low as 5 ppb for lead analysis. Results are obtained in three minutes and data is stored for review or to upload to a PC.

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