15th October 2018
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.
10th October 2018
Last week we were exhibiting at Bring it On at the Beacon of Light in Sunderland. The event is designed to showcase the best of science and engineering in the North East of England, encouraging students to undertake STEM subjects and careers. Find out more about the event and how the Palintest team got involved.
21st August 2018
Already recognised as the simplest Presence/Absence test available for Total Coliforms and E. coli, the Colitag™ range is now strengthened with a new Most Probable Number format for quantification of microbiological water quality.
26th June 2018
Food safety is critical for the health of all individuals and that’s why we are launching a campaign to promote food safety and effective sanitization control. Click here to find out more.
31st January 2018
Turbidity is a fundamental water safety test, as high turbidity levels can be a signal for a number of quality issues. In this article, we look at what turbidity is, what it is caused by, and how it can be measured.
27th July 2017
Rachel joined Palintest for a week of work experience to help understand what a career in the water testing industry is like. Read her story here.
5th July 2017
Palintest soil analysis results are expressed in terms of the nutrient as mg/L of soil. Several other methods of expression are available and this guide explains how results can be converted from one to another.
14th March 2017
The safety of drinking water can be compromised by summer floods in Yingshan County, located in China’s Dabie Mountains. To safeguard drinking water, Yingshan County’s Health Bureau has now implemented a new initiative to monitor water quality.
3rd January 2017
The Rural International Student Exchange (RISE) program have been working in rural China to build and test low cost bio-sand filters for removing arsenic in drinking water. Find out more about their award winning project, their plans for 2017 and how the Palintest Arsenator has supported their work.