Chlorine And Ph Comparator

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  • Advantec MFS

    Detecting the concentration of residual chlorine in sodium hypochlorite solution (NaClO) or hypochlorous acid (HClO). Dip the indicator test strip in solution and compare to the color chart on the container. 1-10ppm is a 5x85mm plastic strip with indicator pad (50/pk); 10-50ppm and 25-200ppm…

  • The Free Chlorine and pH Analyzer test kit is designed to measure Free Chlorine levels from 0.5 to 10.0 ppm and pH from 6.8 to 8.2. The Free Chlorine and pH tests are measured using tablet reagents with a convenient DipCell comparator. The kit includes easy to read multilingual (English,…

  • …total chlorine, monochloramine, dichloramine, chlorine demand, bromine, iodine and pH of water Employs DPD tablet method Low range DPD chlorine Octet Comparator has color standards representing 0.1, 0.2, 0.3, 0.4, 0.5, 0.6, 0.8 and 1.0 ppm Cl2 High range DPD chlorine Octet Comparator

  • Comparator System For complying with regulatory standards for free and total chlorine, pH, alkalinity, calcium hardness, acid demand and cyanuric acid Water quality handbook Saturation index calculator Tough, blow-molded case Sufficient for 50 free chlorine, total chlorine

  • … Rotate the color wheel to obtain a color match with the reacted sample and read your result in the window Durable one- piece comparator housing Low cost and easy-to-use Kits come complete with Comparator, Color Disc, Sample Cells, Instructions, Reagents for 100 tests and Carrying Case

  • …monitoring incoming water supplies, break, suds and bleach operations; also rinse and sour operations. The pH (alkaline) test uses a LaMotte Octa-Slide 2 Comparator. The alkalinity tests, chlorine bleach and hardness test utilize dropper pipet test methods. Reagents are supplied for 50 tests of each…

  • …International Journal of Environ. Anal. Chem., 1981, Vol. 10, pp. 99-106. In the Cyanide CHEMets® and Vacu-vials Kit, chlorine is added to a sample that has been buffered to pH 6. The resulting cyanogen chloride reacts with isonicotinic and barbituric acids to form a blue color. Results are…

  • …of liquid bleach. ADVANTAGES  No harsh fumes for the end user  Less corrosive to surfaces compared to liquid bleach  Neutral and consistent pH levels  Made in the USA and EPA registered  Tablets have a 3 year shelf life  Flexibility –…

  • …when feed water does not meet the following requirements: Free Water Conductivity: 1400 µs / cm Temperature: 45 - 90°F Free Chlorine:  < 0.1 mg / liter Carbon Dioxide (CO2): < 15 mg / liter Iron: < 0.1 mg / liter pH: 3.0 – 9.0

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