We’ve been focusing on this critical water quality parameter – why and how it’s used as a measure of quality, and the practical options available for monitoring it in a variety of applications.
“the optical property that causes light to be scattered and absorbed rather than transmitted in straight lines through the sample”
Continuing our focus on turbidity, we’ve been looking at how it applies in two very different applications:
Network turbidity testing – A case study looking at the importance of turbidity for a potable supply network. Read the full article online here.
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6th October 2022
Ensuring drinking water is safe for human consumption is of the highest priority across all drinking water providers. Water goes through multiple stages of processing in a water treatment plant before it is deemed safe for consumption. This article explores the water treatment process, with a specific focus on disinfection and how Palintest’s new Lumiso Expert photometer can ensure this process is managed efficiently.
14th June 2022
Ammonia is naturally found in water, as it is produced through the decay of organic matter as well as by humans through the production of fertilisers, plastics, pharmaceuticals, and petrochemicals.
31st May 2022
It is important to monitor drinking water quality to ensure it is safe for human consumption and meets legal standards. Wastewater monitoring is also important to ensure contaminants aquatic life is protected from harmful chemicals.