Chlorine testing Kit
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. Many chlorine tests have been accepted for reporting purposes. Test kits containing DPD colorimetric reagent are used most often for monitoring potable water, swimming pools, and waste effluent. Powder DPD dissolves and reacts with chlorine more quickly than tablet-form DPD, giving more accurate results. Powder DPD also has a considerable advantage over orthotolidine, a hazardous substance sometimes used as a chlorine test reagent. It is more stable than liquid DPD reagents, providing more reliable results. Kits for determining higher levels of chlorine use thiosulfate to measure chlorine titrimetrically.
Hardness testing Kit
Water hardness is caused almost entirely by calcium and magnesium ion. 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. The test kit, simply count the number of drops required to change the solution color to determine hardness concentration. Utilizing drop count titration, this kit provides dual ranges and contains approximately 100 tests.
- Utilizes drop count titration – a simple, economical titration method
- Kit contains all required reagents and apparatus in a rugged carrying case for analysis in the field.
Iron Testing Kit
The is a iron test kit uses the phenanthroline method to measure total iron in the medium range. The supply include complete all reagents and equipment necessary to perform tests.
Procedure: Small amount of sample is collected in a test tube and the corresponding reagent is added to the sample. Color of the sample changes and the same is compared with the respective color chart. The reading of the matched color on the color chart is the concentration of the respective parameter in the water.
Iron reagent reacts with all soluble Iron and most insoluble forms of Iron in the sample to produce soluble Ferrous Iron. This reacts with the 1, 10 – Phenanthroline indicator in the reagent to form an Orange color in proportion to the Iron Concentration.
Silica Testing Kit
Silica (sio2) is an oxide of silicon, and is present in almost all minerals. It is found in surface and well water. Silica is a problem for high pressure boilers, as it exhibits enough volatility that high pressure boilers will have silica carry over to the vapour partition. When the steam pressure is reduced in turbines, silica will precipitate on the blades as a glassy deposit, which reduces efficiency. Measuring silica in water is useful to monitor demineralizer for boiler water treatment.
Ph TESTING KIT
Most natural waters range from pH 4 to pH 9, but commonly are above pH 7 because of carbonates and bicarbonates (alkalinity). The pH of water used in industry, boiler feed water, and swimming pools usually is kept within a narrow range. Simply add indicator to the sample and compare the color to the spots on the color disc to measure pH.
- A wide range kit applicable to a variety of samples
- A great option for fast, reliable readings