Potassium Monitoring News

  • 50 Years of WTW at the IFAT

    The history of the IFAT began in 1966 with 147 exhibitors and 10,200 visitors. 50 years later, these numbers are quite a bit more impressive: As a world fair for environmental technoloqy, the IFAT welcomed 138,000 visitors from 170 countries between May 30 and June 3. WTW was an exhibitor fifty years ago and has been every year since. In our booth, together with our sister company MJK under the ...


    By WTW - a xylem brand

  • AQUOX® Free Flowing Grade potassium permanganate receives Kiwa certification

    Carus Corporation’s AQUOX® Free Flowing Grade potassium permanganate is now Kiwa certified for use in drinking water. The Kiwa certificate declares that both the Carus product and production facility meet Kiwa’s internationally recognized hygienic requirements and quality standards. The procedure for obtaining an independent Kiwa certificate involved an extensive ...


    By Carus Corporation

  • California’s Prop 65 and Public Health Concerns over Metam Potassium

    In 1986, California voters approved an initiative to address increasing concerns over exposure to toxic chemicals. That initiative, the Safe Drinking Water and Toxic Enforcement Act of 1986, is better known by its original name of Proposition 65.  Proposition 65 requires businesses to notify Californians about significant amounts of chemicals in the products they purchase, in their homes or ...


    By EMSL Analytical, Inc.

  • Li3 Energy Completes $8MM Phase One Exploration and Development Program

    Li3 Energy, Inc., (OTCBB: LIEG) ("Li3", "Li3 Energy" or the "Company"), a US-listed and South America-based global exploration and development company in the lithium and minerals sector, announces it has completed on schedule the US$8 million Phase One of the US$18 million Exploration and Development Program established in August 2011. Li3 is pleased to report the initial positive results from ...


    By Marketwire

  • ASTM D3561 - 11 standard test method for lithium, potassium, and sodium ions in brackish water, seawater, and brines by atomic absorption spectrophotometry

    Identification of a brackish water, seawater, or brine is determined by comparison of the concentrations of their dissolved constituents. The results are used to evaluate the water as a possible pollutant, or as a commercial source of a valuable constituent such as lithium. 1. Scope 1.1 This test method covers the determination of soluble lithium, potassium, and sodium ions ...


    By ASTM International

  • Coolant destruction is 4000 times cleaner than expected

    Emissions from a plant built to destroy one of Britain’s biggest environmental hazards have been up to 4000 times cleaner than its designers expected. Engineers believed they could reduce the levels of radioactivity in effluent from a new liquid metal destruction plant by up to a thousand times at most. But the £15 million plant built at Dounreay in northern Scotland has reported decontamination ...

  • HI 901 Titrator for wine analysis

    Woonsocket, RI (February 1, 2010) Hanna Instruments is pleased to announce exciting enhancements to our HI 901Titrator for wine analysis. The HI 901 can measure a number of critical parameters in wine such as pH, Free Sulphur Dioxide, Total Sulphur Dioxide, Total Acidity, Reducing Sugars, Nitrogen and more! The enhancements include:• Color LCD Screen• Direct Ion Selective Electrode readings – In ...


  • Fast and accurate HYDRA ammonium analyzer requires virtually no maintenance

    Featuring reliable ISE technology, the new HYDRA Ammonium Analyzer from Electro-Chemical Devices, Inc., offers fast and accurate ammonium measurement for superior water quality monitoring with virtually no maintenance.The highly intelligent HYDRA Ammonium Analyzer can be used to monitor the ammonium nutrient load directly in the aeration basin of a waste water treatment plant as well as ...

  • Lord Hunt sees major hazard being destroyed at Dounreay

    The Minister in charge of Britain’s nuclear clean-up has stepped inside one of the biggest projects in his brief. Lord Hunt was shown inside the Dounreay Fast Reactor where work is well underway to destroy the hazardous cocktail of sodium and potassium liquid metal that was used as coolant in the 1950s experiment. The coolant is contaminated with radioactivity from the fuel used in the defunct ...

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