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What is the Best Method for Detecting Lead in Drinking Water?
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What is the Best Method for Detecting Lead in Drinking Water?

Lead is a heavy metal that can harm human health, especially for children and pregnant women. Exposure can cause several health problems, including learning and behaviour problems, delayed development, hearing loss, anaemia, high blood pressure, reproductive problems, and cancer.Lead can enter the body through the skin, lungs, and digestive system. It can build up in the body over time and eve...
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Hach's TU5 Series Turbidimeters - new technology for better confidence

For their new series of turbidity meters, available in benchtop and online versions, Hach have used totally new technology to increase accuracy and confidence in results. The video and notes below explain how the measurement technology works, to ensure results are accurate time after time. [caption id="attachment_10234" align="aligncenter" width="300"] TU5200 Benchtop Laser Turbidimeter b...
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High range chlorine testing - what are the options?

Higher range chlorine solutions are typically used for disinfecting products but standard chlorine meters often cannot measure to higher ranges. For example the Hach Pocket Colorimeter II for chlorine measures to a maximum of 2mg/L, and the MD100 Duo for Chlorine measures to a maximum of 8mg/L There are several instruments available for samples where chlorine levels are high, lets take a ...

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How many instachlor tablets does it take...?

How many Instachlor PR1000 tablets does it take to make a solution of 20mg/l? Instachlor PR tablets Palintest Instachlor PR tablets provide a convenient means of small-scale water chlorination: The tablets may be added direct to water containers, water tanks, wells or small reservoirs. The choice of Instachlor PR tablet will depend on the quantity of water to be treat...
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