Essential Water Testing Equipment for Laboratories

Water quality testing equipment is a staple in environmental, life science, and medical research laboratories. In the environmental sector, compiling data on stormwater, groundwater, surface water, and soil is often a vital part of daily operations. In the life science and medical fields, water testing equipment is used to research a variety of solvents and solutions besides water alone.

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The Role of Water and Wastewater in Manufacturing

Almost every product we use today requires massive amounts of water for production. On an elementary level, the process of refining and producing raw materials such as metal, fuel, oil, lumber, chemicals, paper, and plastic demands water.

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The Importance of Dissolved Oxygen in Water for Aquaculture

As our oceans become overfished and the world’s population continues to grow in size, aquaculture has become a massive global industry and secure food source. The percent of seafood supplied by the aquaculture industry has risen from a mere seven percent in 1974 to over 44 percent of all seafood consumed today.

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How Bluetooth and Smartphone Apps Are Changing Water-Quality Meters

Reliable technology for monitoring water quality is integral to ensuring that the food we eat, the beverages we drink, and the water we come in contact with are safe and healthy to consume. 

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What Is the Best pH Tester for You?

There are a variety of PH testers on the market, and each is designed with a different application in mind. To choose the best pH tester, it’s important to know what features to look for based on your intended use.

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5 Things Not Commonly Known About TDS in Water

TDS stands for total dissolved solids. Like the name suggests, TDS testers allow users to evaluate the amount of ionized solids dissolved in a liquid or solution without going through the trouble of evaporating the liquid and weighing the residual elements. H2O has a TDS value of zero—in other words, there are no dissolved elements in pure water that have an electrical charge. Because ionized solids will boost the electrical conductivity (EC) of water, the amount of TDS is gauged using an electrical current that measures EC levels.

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Water Quality 101: What Is ORP in Water Testing?

You may have heard of ORP, but what does it mean and what role does it play in water-quality testing? We’ve laid out the basics of ORP to help you get up to speed.

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