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Water and Wastewater Treatment

CHEMetrics products are applicable in both drinking water treatment works (WTW) and wastewater treatment works (WWTW). WWTWs monitor influent, settling tanks, and effluent waters. WTWs monitor residual disinfectant products. Potable water test kits are also used for shipping and offshore applications.

Ammonia Glycol Ozone
Bromine Hardness (Total) Peracetic Acid
Chloride Iron Phenols
Chlorine Manganese Phosphate (Ortho)
Chlorine Dioxide Nitrate Sulphate
COD Nitrite Sulphide
Detergents Oxygen (Dissolved)

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Measuring Ammonia in Wastewater, Surface Water and More

Ammonia concentrations are routinely measured in wastewater effluent, drinking water, surface water and seawater. CHEMetrics offers two methods for measuring Ammonia levels in water, with ranges covering 0.5 ppm to 10,000 ppm. The Nessler reagent (containing mercury) provides test results in two minutes or less. The HBA reagent (hydroxybenzyl alcohol) is mercury-free and provides test results in six minutes or less. Both methods are available in visual and instrumental kits.

Save up to 35% with CHEMetrics® COD Vials

CHEMetrics offers two methods (USEPA-accepted and Mercury-free) for the determination of Chemical Oxygen Demand (COD) in wastewater. CHEMetrics® COD vials can be used with CHEMetrics® photometers and with spectrophotometers that accept 16 mm diameter round bottom cells. They may be used with Hach® photometers and spectrophotometers without modification of the factory calibrations. Click here for a performance study featuring Hach® COD vials.

Note: No endorsement by Hach Company is implied or intended.

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