Arsenic Contamination Equipment

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Quantofix - Model 10 - Arsenic (#91334)

by CTL Scientific Supply Corp.     based in Deer Park, NEW YORK (USA)

Pack Size: box of 100 strips & reagent. Hazard Class /UN Number: Not Restricted. Storage Temp: Room Temperature. Test sticks and reagents for the semi-quantitative determination of arsenic in solutions. . Gradation of scale: 0- 0.10- 0.025- 0.05- 0.1- 0.5 ppm . The addition of zinc and a solid acid results in the formation of arsine from any ...

Quantofix - Model 50 - Arsenic (#91332)

by CTL Scientific Supply Corp.     based in Deer Park, NEW YORK (USA)

Pack Size: box of 100 strips & reagent. Hazard Class /UN Number: Not Restricted. Storage Temp: Room Temperature. Test sticks and reagents for the semi-quantitative determination of arsenic in solutions. . Gradation of scale: 0- 0.05- 0.1- 0.5- 1- 1.7- 3 ppm . The addition of zinc and a solid acid results in the formation of arsine from any ...

Adsorbsia - Arsenic Filters

by Lenntech Water Treatment     based in Delft, NETHERLANDS

Our arsenic filter are filled with ADSORBSIA, a Titanium-based DOW Chemical patented media.

Hach - Arsenic Test Kit

by Pollardwater.com     based in New Hyde Park, NEW YORK (USA)

Safe, low cost method for detecting arsenic levels from 0 to 500 ppb Can measure organic arsenic with optional steps Innovative cap design adds safety and sensitivity Reaction time 30 minutes Test Kit contains materials for 100 tests Reagent set includes replacement reagents for 100 tests

Macharey Nagel - Arsenic Indicating Test Strips

by DelAgua Group     based in Marlborough, UNITED KINGDOM

Graduated from 0, 0.05, 0.1, 0.5, 1, 1.7 and 3. Complete with sticks and reagents. Quantofix 100 test sticks for the semi quantitive determination of arsenic range 0.05-3mg/l.

Arsenic Removal

by Hungerford & Terry, Inc.     based in Clayton, NEW JERSEY (USA)

Hungerford & Terry, Inc. has conducted numerous pilot studies within the United States demonstrating the effectiveness of using filtration for arsenic removal, the most recent of which include municipalities in Michigan, Nevada, California, and Arizona. The principal of treatment is to co-precipitate the arsenic with iron and filter the ...

Mercury Speciation

by P S Analytical Limited     based in Orpington, UNITED KINGDOM

It now well documented that organomercury compounds such as methyl mercury chloride and ethyl mercury chloride are much more toxic than inorganic mercury . It is therefore important to be able to separate and measure these and other species of mercury in order to avoid a tragedy similar to that at Minamata Bay. In order to determine levels of the ...

Arsenic

by MicroNose Technology     based in Blackhawk,, CALIFORNIA (USA)

Due to the change in Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) standards of acceptable arsenic levels in drinking water, municipal water systems across the United States are searching for arsenic solutions to either complement or replace their current processes. As of January 2006, a minimum $5000 fine is incurred each day the arsenic levels in a ...

Merckoquant - Arsenic Tests

by Merck Millipore     based in Darmstadt, GERMANY

Method: colorimetric with test strips and reagent.With its high-quality Merckoquant® arsenic tests, Merck provides simple visual rapid tests that – thanks to their high detection sensitivity – can be used for control testing of water supplies contaminated by arsenic. These practical and comfortable test kits are excellent for ...

Leaching eXpert System

by Energy research Centre of the Netherlands (ECN)     based in Petten, NETHERLANDS

LeachXS is a database/expert decision support system for characterization and environmental impact assessment based on estimated contaminant release as derived from leaching tests. Applicable materials for assessment include: Soils and Contaminated Soil, Sludge, Compost, Sediments, Municipal Wastes, Industrial and Hazardous Wastes, Mining Wastes, ...

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