The Ultrameter III 9P titration kit features fast, one-touch measurements for conductivity, resistivity, TDS, ORP, free chlorine, pH and temperature and in-cell alkalinity, hardness and LSI titrations. Alkalinity, hardness, pH and temperature values can be manipulated in the LSI calculator to predict the effect of changes on water balance.
With a flat-surface self-cleaning pH/ORP sensor, modular mounting hardware and optional electronics, the S8000 pH/ORP platform delivers precise measurements with reduced maintenance. It provides accurate, repeatable pH/ORP measurements in water treatment systems, and can be used in tank submersion or in-line mounting applications to measure pH, HF-resistant pH, ORP or low ionic pH.
The Chlorometer Duo is a handheld chlorine tester that conducts tests using a DPD method and photometric analyzer. The waterproof device can test for chlorine levels from .01 to 5 mg/L with an HR selection for ranges from 1 to 250 mg/L. Its memory stores the last 10 results, and can maintain calibration between tests. Two AA batteries allow for up to 5,000 readings before they need replacement.
The FCL Series free chlorine sensor’s amperometric sensor is available in three measurement range options: 0 to 2, 0 to 5 or 0 to 10 parts per million. It operates in conditions from 4 to 11 pH and 0°C to 45°C, with pressure up to 13.7 psig. It is suitable for water treatment, municipal water, industrial plants or commercial facilities and is compatible with programmable logic controllers or distributed control systems.
In order for a business to generate a high-quality product or service, it is essential to obtain a quality measurement system that will be used to study the integrity of its finished product. In the certification industry, testing equipment is essential to measure the different variables that could potentially alter the quality of a raw material, finished product or final status on a certification report.
Properly calibrated testing equipment ensures quality
The Chlorometer handheld chlorine tester uses the proven DPD testing method in conjunction with a photometric analyzer to produce near-instant, accurate results without extensive product training or data interpretation that could cause error. The waterproof (IP 67) unit can conduct tests ranging from 0.01 to 5.0 mg/L for free and total chlorine levels.
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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.
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.