Turb® 750 Turbidity Meter: Conforming to standards in drinking water
May 07 2020 Read 571 Times
Xylem Analytics is pleased to introduce the Turb® 750 Series, the latest turbidimeters from WTW, a Xylem brand.
Turbidity is an important factor in both drinking and process water quality as it provides a simple indication of bacterial contamination that can be attributed to suspended solids. With this in mind, WTW have created the Turb® 750 Series turbidimeters. Available with either an infrared (IR) or tungsten white light source, and with a measuring range of 0 - 1100 FNU/NTU. They conform to the latest guidelines for drinking water analysis according to DIN EN 27027 and US EPA 180.1 and answer the call from labs and industrial users for an AQA supported turbidity measurement.
Turbidity measurement adds to the quality and production monitoring in many fields. Examples can be seen in medical production and storage, food and beverage (from juice to wine), and quality checks of fuel. Turbidity measurement also plays a part in filtration processes, production of goods, and quality control.
A ‘stable’ output value in turbidity measurement doesn’t always mean a correct finding due to suspended particles moving around. With the Intelligent Reproducibility and Plausibility Check (IRPC), Turb® 750 computes a multiple experiment using correctly aligned vials, precise calibration standards and high quality optics to eliminate outliers that provides for both a highly stable and plausible result.
Turb® 750 Series turbidimeters include PC software Turb® Data to simplify your data. Results can be filtered and reviewed or exported to Excel® or your company’s LIMS.
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