Palintest photometers are designed for simplicity and are suitable for all users. If the instructions and test method is followed as specified, there should be no issue with the photometer readings. We have outlined some key tips to ensure you are getting the most from your photometer.
It is important to always follow the method, used with the correct reagents, as stated in the instructions.
Photometers work by measuring the amount of light that makes it through a sample to the detector. Any dirt, water marks or fingerprints on the instrument optics or test tubes will affect the light path through the sample, meaning cleaning and maintenance of your photometer is critical for ensuring the longevity of your instrument life.
Photometer check standards can be used to verify that your instrument is operating within range, to view our range of check standards please click here.
Kemio uses a sophisticated electrochemical technique but makes measurement as simple as possible through it’s easy 4-step method. Here we have listed some best practice tips to ensure your measurement results are always as accurate and reliable as possible.
For more guidance on how to use Kemio take a look at our instructional videos.
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