potassium test News

  • 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

  • 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

  • New eXact® Micro 7+ photometer

    New eXact® Micro 7+ photometer Accurate, fast and easy water field testingIndustrial Test Systems, Inc. (ITS), manufacturer of accurate colorimetric water test kits, introduces its latest handheld photometer: the eXact® Micro 7+. Using a patented method, its ideal for residential, commercial, and municipal water testing, the Micro 7+ reads these parameters directly: Total Alkalinity; Bromine; ...

  • New eXact Micro 7+ Photometer

    Industrial Test Systems, Inc. (ITS), manufacturer of accurate colorimetric water test kits, introduces its latest handheld patented colorimeter: the eXact Micro 7+. Ideal for residential, commercial, and municipal water testing, the Micro 7+ reads 9 parameters directly: Alkalinity; Bromine; Calcium Hardness; Free Chlorine; Total Chlorine; Copper; Ozone; Permanganate; pH and Transmission. ...

  • 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 ...

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