15th July 2016
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.
13th July 2016
Understanding your disinfectant – the switch from chlorine to chlorine dioxide in the production of fresh produce.
27th June 2016
A case study of Sutton and East Surrey Water, evaluating the importance of accurate and in-situ turbidity testing in maintaining water networks.
26th May 2016
We like to highlight our customers’ operations in order to demonstrate water quality requirements in different processes. With one of the largest collections of aquatic life in the UK, the aquariums at the Zoological Society of London create some interesting water quality demands.
25th May 2016
The three Palintest iron test ranges rely on different chemical methods. Find out here which one is right for your application.
21st March 2016
Determination of the permanganate value (PV) for sewage and effluent can help indicate the oxygen requirement of waste streams during treatment and prior to discharge.
21st March 2016
In aquariums and fish farms, you need to be able to differentiate between Carbonate Hardness (KH) and Total Hardness (GH).
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.