chemical oxygen demand test kits Equipment

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Model SP2000 ST-COD - Chemical Oxygen Demand (COD) Analyzers

by Skalar Analytical BV     based in Breda, NETHERLANDS

Chemical Oxygen Demand (COD) analysis is commonly used to determine the amount of organic pollutants found in surface water and waste water. The COD value is a useful indicator for measuring the water quality. Skalar's SP2000 analyzers can be configured to automate  COD according to the sealed tube (ST-COD) method ISO 15705 and EPA 410.4 or ...

Camlab - Model MD200/CW2020 - Package For COD - Chemical Oxygen Demand

by Camlab Limited     based in Over, UNITED KINGDOM

Camlab Starter kit for COD:This economical starter kit is designed for those starting out measuring COD - Chemical Oxygen Demand.

Model MD200 - Colorimeter for COD - Chemical Oxygen Demand

by Camlab Limited     based in Over, UNITED KINGDOM

Single parameter colorimeter designed specifically for the measurement of COD - Chemical Oxygen Demand . This unit is aimed at those just interested in COD.

Oxidirect - Model BOD - Measurement System

by Camlab Limited     based in Over, UNITED KINGDOM

The Oxidirect sensor system is a six or twelve sample system that allows precise measurement of BOD based on the manometric principle.

Envitech - Chemical Oxygen Demand System

by Envitech Ltd.     based in Parkway, Cardiff, UNITED KINGDOM

Envitech Ltd offers a range of instruments for measuring COD, the image and brochure on the left relate to just one of the options available. We can offer cabinet analysers for pumped samples, in-situ monitoring and test kits for laboratory or field analysis. Click a

CHEMetrics - Chemical Oxygen Demand (COD) Photometric Testing System

by Galgo (UK) Limited     based in Berkhamsted, UNITED KINGDOM

The determination of Chemical Oxygen Demand (COD) is widely used in municipal and industrial laboratories to measure the overall level of organic contamination in waste water. The contamination level is determined by measuring the amount of oxidant required to oxidize the organic matter in the sample. This is equivalent to amount of oxygen that ...

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