14th March 2016
Testing the water for both free and combined chlorine allows you to know whether the water you’ve chlorinated is of sufficient quality to drink or disinfect your process, depending upon your application.
11th March 2016
Biocides are added to the water to prevent the build up of bacteria in the water that may lead to acid corrosion or the creation of sulphide based compounds. Bacterial growth can impair the production of oil and gas wells, and can be introduced into the fracking fluid from various sources including the source water and the proppant.
10th March 2016
In some applications, like fresh produce washing, regulations stipulate that free chlorine must be applied to the water at a concentration greater than 50 mg/L.
8th March 2016
Palintest calibrate photometers using certified colour standards that are traceable back to National Physical Laboratory (NPL) standards.
3rd March 2016
Chlorine dioxide is renown for being a volatile disinfectant. Here we explore the best options for analysing chlorine dioxide and chlorite in water.
29th February 2016
Total residual oxidant are normally referred to in the context of drinking water and pool & spa applications. Find out more here.
28th February 2016
To help pool operators deliver effective water safety, our team have put together a helpful guide to using DPD in Pools and Spas, including information on when and how it should be used.
2nd October 2015
The Palintest Pooltest 9 Photometer is used at an Elite Sports medicine and rehabilitation centre to control the treatment of the water in the hydrotherapy suite. Find out more about how our technology supports national sports teams in the UK.