A Breakdown of the Uses of pH in Different Industries

The pH level refers to how acidic or basic a liquid solution is. Measured on a 0-14 scale, a liquid with a pH level of 7 is said to have a neutral balance of acids and bases; liquids with a pH level lower than 7 are considered acidic; and liquids with a pH level greater than 7 are considered basic.

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What Is Water's Role in What We Eat?

Water plays a critically important role in the food and beverage industry as clean water ensures that the products we consume are healthy (and taste good!). On the other hand, when contaminated water is used in the food and beverage manufacturing process, products can’t be sold to the public, and all the money invested to produce the associated batches is wasted. In the event that a contaminated item ends up slipping out into the market, consumers can get sick—resulting in bad press, lawsuits, unhappy customers, and decreased profitability. In a worst-case scenario, such an event may even force a business to close its doors for good.

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Key Market Trends That Impact the Water Quality Industry

Water plays an essential role in everything from manufacturing and food production to pharmaceutical development and climate change, so it should come as no surprise that the water quality industry is growing at a rapid clip. One recent study projects that the global water quality monitoring systems industry will reach nearly $6.7 billion by 2025, growing from the $3.8 billion the industry generated in 2017.

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How Is Laboratory Water Purity Assessed and Defined?

When scientists conduct experiments with liquids, they need to make sure that those liquids are pure—otherwise, they risk compromising the integrity of their findings. In fact, if metals or dissolved organic materials are present in water, critical research efforts can be completely derailed.

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The Jenco Approach to Designing and Building Custom Products

Companies that need customized products but lack the internal resources necessary to build them in-house often look to original design manufacturer (ODM) or original equipment manufacturer (OEM) partners to help them meet customer needs.

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How Bluetooth Is Changing Water Pollution Measurement

Throughout the history of mankind, clean water has always been a commodity. It is the single most important ingredient to our survival, but also a natural conduit for pollutants and diseases that continue to plague our world.

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What’s in the Water: 7 Common Characteristics That Water Quality Instruments Measure

Water plays a tremendously important role in modern manufacturing. Without water, it would be impossible to build products with metals, lumber, chemicals, paper, plastic, and more. For example, producing a single T-shirt requires 659 gallons of water—enough to keep a human alive for nearly two years.

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The Power of Bluetooth for Maintaining Pool and Spa Water Quality

In warm weather, having a pool can feel like the ultimate luxury. Maintaining a pool, however, can be a frustrating chore—especially if you don’t have the right information and tools to work with. In order to enjoy clean and beautiful water on sunny days, there are many chemical parameters you must maintain every day. This is especially true for commercial swimming pools, where any variations in water quality can have a negative impact on your business and your customers. For many pool owners, however, maintaining the right water quality is much easier said than done. Below, we’ve outlined why this is the case—and how Bluetooth testers are changing the game.

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7 Things to Look For In a Manufacturing Partner



Choosing the right manufacturing partner for your business can be overwhelming if you don’t know where to begin. Below, we’ve outlined seven key factors to consider when looking for a partner to help create your next custom product.

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The Best Water Quality Instruments for Commercial Hydroponic Systems


Monitoring and maintaining strict water quality standards is integral to commercial hydroponic businesses. Below, we’ve outlined how these systems work and what water quality equipment is necessary to keep them running smoothly.

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