The turbidity is a measure of how cloudy water is, sometimes called the water clarity. This is often used as a measure of the sanitary quality of water and can be used as an indicator of filters not working effectively.
The naked eye can see if water is turbid but cannot distinguish the low levels of turbidity which can indicate a problem with water chemistry or filtration. In order to measure low turbidity level changes, an electronic meter is needed. Turbidity is measured in NTU (Nephelometric Turbidity Units).
The Turbimeter Plus combines testing for Turbidity and TSS on one instrument, delivering rapid results for two of the most important indicators for water quality in drinking water, wastewater and safe water monitoring.
The Photometer 7500 is Palintest’s top range photometer covering all major water quality parameters, with more than 80 test methods.