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Monitoring Water Quality – Turbidity

Part 3. Turbidity Turbidity of water is an optical property that causes light to be scattered and absorbed, rather than transmitted. This is primarily caused...

Monitoring Water Quality – COD & BOD

Part 2. COD and BOD Properties of water bodies vary based on natural factors such as landscape position and slope, watershed size, geology, and soil...

Monitoring Water Quality – Disinfection

Part 1. Disinfection Properties of water bodies vary based on natural factors such as landscape position and slope, watershed size, geology, and soil composition, as...

9 Best Practices for Using Your Hanna Checker

There are many things that can negatively impact results when testing your aquarium. Find out how to prevent bad readings with these best practices.

The Ultimate Guide to Sanitizers and Disinfectants

Sanitizing... Is paramount in today's day and age. While the world strives to cope with a global pandemic, how do you know that you are...

The Importance of Measuring Turbidity in Water

Turbidity of water is an optical property that causes light to be scattered and absorbed, rather than transmitted. The scattering of light that passes...

Measuring Chlorine & Turbidity in Reticulation Systems or for Mains Breaks

Twenty years ago in July-September 1998, Sydney experienced a Water Quality Crisis involving the suspected contamination by the pathogens, cryptosporidium and giardia in the...

Aquascaping: The Art and Science of Aquariums

Creating realistic nature aquariums is known as aquascaping. Not only does aquascaping utilise nature and art, but biology and water chemistry as well.

The Significance of Pool and Spa Water Testing

In swimming pool treatment, disinfection or sanitising is essential to rid the pool of bacteria and control nuisance organisms like algae which may occur...

Using the Backpack Lab™ Water Quality Test Kit in Education

pH, conductivity, turbidity, dissolved oxygen, phosphate, acidity, alkalinity, carbon dioxide, hardness, and nitrate are important for monitoring water quality. The Water Quality Backpack Lab contained all of the tests kits and instrumentation required to test ten of the most important water quality parameters.

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