Once the test has been carried out on the diluted sample, the test result must be multiplied by the dilution factor used.
For example: If the dilution tube was originally filled to the x5 mark, then the test kit result should be multiplied by 5 to give the concentration in the original sample.
28th March 2023
With a sophisticated new design using 100% Post-Consumer Recycled plastics, Palintest’s brand new Pooltester offers the same ease-of-use as always but now with new and improved design features ensuring sustainability is one of our top priorities.
6th March 2023
Palintest exists with a simple but crucial purpose; to safeguard water for everyone, every day. It is this purpose that guides us in all we do. After an extensive review and realignment to this purpose, Palintest has decided to withdraw our soil testing range of products from the market. Our Soil Test range has enjoyed many years of success and we are proud of the positive impact it has had on agricultural communities globally. However, in order to focus on our core water analysis technologies, our Soil Test range will be retired.
23rd February 2023
Lead exposure, through the contamination of drinking water, can have major health implications. It is vital that municipal authorities can employ accurate testing methods to identify sources of lead contamination. Multiple techniques including Inductively Coupled Plasma Mass Spectrometry (ICP/MS) and Anodic Stripping Voltammetry (ASV) can be used to detect lead in water – in this article we review these methods in more detail.