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  • Water hardness is caused almost entirely by calcium and magnesium ions. Other di- and trizalent metals have a similar effect, but usually are not present in high enough concentration in potable waters to cause problems. Hardness increases soap consumption in laundries and causes scale in boilers. …

  • The most widely used disinfectant for drinking water, chlorine is also important for sanitizing swimming pools, cooling towers, other industrial equipment, and in the treatment of municipal wastewater. Its measurement and control are vital for both safety and economic reasons. Chlorine exists in…

  • Reagents Chlorine is the most widely used disinfectant for drinking water and is also important for sanitizing swimming pools, cooling towers, other industrial equipment and treatment of wastewater. Its measurement and control are vital for both safety and economic reasons. Many Hach chlorine…

  • For determination of Ammonia Nitrogen by the Salicylate Method, using TNTplus vials. Hach Method 10205. Ultra Low Range: 0.015 - 2.00 mg/L NH3-N. 25 tests/package Reduce Errors with Bar-coded Vials No Reagent Blank Necessary Innovative Vial and Reagent Delivery Helpful package…

  • Water Quality Testing. Dramatically Streamlined. The Hach SL1000 Portable Parallel Analyzer (PPA) performs the same tests with less than half the manual steps. Get highly accurate results, with less opportunity for errors, in a fraction of the time. Up to six parameters, tested…

  • For determination of reactive (ortho) phosphate (phosphorus) by the PhosVer® 3 ascorbic acid method.  USEPA accepted for reporting for wastewater analysis using Hach Method 8048, Phosphorus, Reactive.  Also used in acid-hydrolyzable and total phosphorus determination, after…

  • Control of chlorine and pH in pools and spas to maintain safe bathing conditions and to protect against system corrosion. Supplied with color discs and comparator for monitoring chlorine and pH, the Free & Total Chlorine and pH Test Kit provides more accuracy than test kits using color cubes. …

  • This MEL provides all the hardware to carryout the Most Probable Number (MPN) method. In additon to potable water, the MPN method is ideal for wastewater samples and nonpotable samples, because the analyst can accomodate highly turbid samples which would otherwise require filtration. MEL/MPN Total…

  • Resulting from the anaerobic decomposition of organic matter, hydrogen sulfide is present in many water supplies. Sewage and industrial wastes are other sources of sulfide pollution. Highly toxic, this compound has a characteristic rotten egg odor, which can be detected long before harmful…

  • Chloride is found in nearly all natural waters and affects human taste above 250 mg/L. High levels inhibit plant growth, and many industrial processes need to limit chloride concentration. Contains 40 tests. Easy to use, disposable, and inexpensive A great way to obtain quick,…

  • 5-in-1 test strips are great  for quick, on-site evaluations of water quality with reliable results on every test.  These mulit-parameter test strips test for five water quality measurements on 1 strip: Free Chlorine (0-10 mg/L) Total Chlorine (0-10 mg/L) Total Hardness (as…

  • For determination of Reactive (ortho) and Total Phosphorus (phosphate) by the Ascorbic Acid method, using TNTplus vials. Hach Methods 10209 (reactive) and 10210 (total). High Range: 0.5-5.0 mg/L PO4-P (1.5-15.0 mg/L PO4). 25 tests/package Reduce Errors with Bar-coded Vials No Reagent…

  • Nitrogen, Nitrate/Nitrite: Excessive amounts of nitrate or nitrite in water can cause infant death, adult illness, and produce spontaneous abortion in cows. Some wells contain high levels of nitrate. When water contains high nitrate levels, nitrites often are present in low concentration. Fast,…

  • Phosphorus TNTplus® chemistry and your Hach spectrophotometer are engineered to simplify water analysis for accurate results, everytime. For determination of Reactive (ortho) Phosphorus (phosphate) by the Molybdovanadate method. Easy and safe handling No reagent blank necessary …

  • Caused by the presence of carbonates, bicarbonates, hydroxides, and other dissolved salts, alkalinity is important to drinking water, food, and beverage processors; boiler operators; and aquatic biologists. Contains 50 tests. Easy to use, disposable, and inexpensive A great way to obtain…

  • Now USEPA approved for compliance monitoring under the Safe Drinking Water Act. For determination of Nitrate Nitrogen by the Dimethylphenol Method, using TNTplus vials. Hach Method 10206. Low Range: 0.23-13.5 mg/L NO3-N (1.0-60.0 mg/L NO3). 25 tests/package Reduce Errors with Bar-coded…

  • Reagent set for determination of Quaternary Ammonium Compounds by the Direct Binary Complex Method. Hach Method 8337. Range: 0.2 - 5.0 mg/L as Cetyltrimethyl Ammonium Bromide (CTAB). This test is applicable to the monitoring of QAC's in swimming pools and cooling towers. Reagent set contains…

  • Normally found in water and soil as ammonia (NH3), nitrate (NO3), and nitrite (NO2), nitrogen is an indispensable part of the life cycle. However, concentrations above certain levels can present problems. Thomas No. 3241S80 Utilizing the simple color…

  • For determination of Total Nitrogen by the Persulfate Digestion method, using TNTplus vials. Hach Method 10208, Low Range: 1-16 mg/L N. 25 tests/package.

  • For determination of Total Nitrogen by the Persulfate Digestion Test 'N Tube method:  Hach Method 10072. Range: 10 - 150 mg/L N. 25-50 tests (dependent upon the number of reagent blank tests performed) Test 'N Tube products provide safe, convenient testing Easy…

  • Resulting from the anaerobic decomposition of organic matter, hydrogen sulfide is present in many water supplies. Sewage and industrial wastes are other sources of sulfide pollution. Highly toxic, this compound has a characteristic rotten egg odor, which can be detected long before harmful…

  • For determination of Dissolved Oxygen by Hach methods 8166 and 8333. Ranges: 0.3 - 15.0 or 1 - 40 mg/L O2. Pack of 25 ampules.

  • For determination of Nitrite Nitrogen by the Diazotization method, using TNTplus vials. Hach Method 10237. High Range: 0.6-6.0 mg/L NO2-N, (2.0-20.0 mg/L NO2), 25 tests. Reduce Errors with Bar-coded Vials and RFID No Reagent Blank Necessary Innovative Vial and Reagent Delivery …

  • Color Disc/Stannous 100 tests

  • Accurate and easy to use - just dip and read! Great for quick, on-site evaluations of free and total chlorine levels The most widely used disinfectant for drinking water, chlorine is also important for sanitizing swimming pools, cooling towers, other industrial equipment, and in the…

  • For determination of Chemical Oxygen Demand (COD) by the Reactor Digestion Method, using TNTplus™ vials. Hach Method 10212. Range: 250-15,000 mg/L COD. Reduce Errors with Bar-coded Vials and RFID No Reagent Blank Necessary Innovative Vial and Reagent Delivery Helpful package design

  • For determination of Ammonia Nitrogen by the Salicylate Method, using TNTplus vials. Hach Method 10205. High Range: 2 - 47 mg/L NH3-N. ?25 tests/package. Reduce Errors with Bar-coded Vials No Reagent Blank Necessary Innovative Vial and Reagent Delivery Helpful package design

  • Acidity is usually caused by the presence of mineral acids, salts of strong acids, or free carbon dioxide. In surface or ground waters, acidity may be form natural substances or industrial pollution. Excessive levels cause corrosion and can be detrimental to fish. Model AC-DT measures acidity (P…

  • Includes color disc and color comparator for colorimetric comparison of iron and pH, as well as a drop-count titrator for hardness determination. Test kit produces a wide range of pH tests. Combines frequently measured parameters in one rugged kit Uses color disc and drop count titration…

  • Water hardness is caused almost entirely by calcium and magnesium ions. Other di- and trivalent metals have a similar effect, but usually are not present in high enough concentration in potable waters to cause problems. Hardness increases soap consumption in laundries and causes scale in boilers. …

  • Found in nearly all natural waters, chloride affects human taste above 250 mg/L. High levels inhibit plant growth, and many industrial processes need to limit chloride concentration. Test kits use either silver or mercuric nitrate titrant. The model CD-DT, a multi-range kit, is supplied with the…

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