Testing

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Spotlight Name Archive: 
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.

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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Treating Troubled Water

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has long regulated radium in drinking water, but in December 2000 the EPA lowered the maximum allowable levels for radionuclides. As a result, water utilities across the country retested for radium. Those that found radium contamination exceeding new EPA standards faced a three-year deadline to comply—by either removing the radium to improve the quality of the existing water supply or finding alternative water sources.

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Water treatment system successfully removes radium from drinking water

Publication Date: 
March 27, 2008
Activation Date: 
March 27, 2008
Issue Reference: 
Legacy
Legacy ID: 
19119
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