Importance of Water Quality Testing in Laboratories

Water quality testing is a crucial aspect of maintaining public health and environmental safety. In laboratories dedicated to water testing, scientists and technicians work diligently to analyze samples and ensure that water sources meet regulatory standards. The importance of water quality testing cannot be overstated, as contaminated water can have serious consequences for human health and the environment.

One of the primary reasons for conducting water quality testing is to ensure that drinking water is safe for consumption. Contaminants such as bacteria, viruses, and chemicals can pose a significant risk to public health if present in drinking water. By testing water samples for these contaminants, laboratories can identify potential issues and take corrective action to ensure that water is safe to drink.

Instrument model FET-8920
Measurement range Instantaneous flow (0~2000)m3/h
Accumulative flow (0~99999999)m3
Flow rate (0.5~5)m/s
Resolution 0.001m3/h
Accuracy level Less than 2.5% RS or 0.025m/s.whichever is the largest
Conductivity >20μS/cm
(4~20)mA output Number of channels Single channel
Technical features Isolated,reversible,adjustable, meter/transmission dual mode
Loop resistance 400Ω(Max), DC 24V
Transmission accuracy ±0.1mA
Control output Number of channels Single channel
Electrical contact Semiconductor photoelectric relay
Load capacity 50mA(Max), DC 30V
Control mode Instantaneous amount upper/lower limit alarm
Digital output RS485(MODBUS protocol ),Impulse output1KHz
Working power Power supply DC 9~28V
source Power Consumption ≤3.0W
  Diameter DN40~DN300(can be customized)
Working environment Temperature:(0~50) ℃; Relative humidity: ≤85%RH(none condensation)
Storage environment Temperature:(-20~60) ℃; Relative humidity: ≤85%RH(none condensation)
Protection grade IP65
Installation method Insertion pipeline installation

In addition to ensuring the safety of drinking water, water quality testing is also essential for protecting the environment. Contaminated water can have a detrimental impact on aquatic ecosystems, wildlife, and vegetation. By monitoring water quality and identifying sources of contamination, laboratories can help prevent environmental damage and preserve natural resources for future generations.

Water quality testing is also important for regulatory compliance. Government agencies such as the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) set standards for water quality to protect public health and the environment. Laboratories play a critical role in helping water suppliers and regulatory agencies meet these standards by conducting thorough testing and providing accurate and reliable data.

In order to effectively test water quality, laboratories use a variety of analytical techniques and instruments. These may include chemical analysis, microbiological testing, and physical measurements. By employing a combination of these methods, laboratories can obtain a comprehensive picture of water quality and identify any potential issues that may need to be addressed.

One of the key challenges in water quality testing is ensuring the accuracy and reliability of test results. Laboratories must adhere to strict quality control measures to ensure that their testing procedures are accurate and consistent. This may involve calibrating instruments, using certified reference materials, and participating in proficiency testing programs.

Another important aspect of water quality testing is data interpretation. Once test results are obtained, laboratories must analyze the data and communicate their findings effectively. This may involve comparing results to regulatory standards, identifying trends or patterns, and making recommendations for corrective action if necessary.

Overall, water quality testing plays a critical role in protecting public health, preserving the environment, and ensuring regulatory compliance. Laboratories dedicated to water testing are essential for monitoring water quality, identifying potential issues, and taking corrective action to safeguard our water resources. By conducting thorough testing and providing accurate and reliable data, these laboratories help to ensure that our water sources remain safe and sustainable for future generations.

Constant 10.00cm-1 1.000cm-1 0.100cm-1 0.010cm-1
Conductivity (500~20,000) (1.0~2,000) (0.5~200) (0.05~18.25)
μS/cm μS/cm μS/cm MΩ·cm
TDS (250~10,000) (0.5~1,000) (0.25~100) ——
ppm ppm ppm
Medium Temp. (0~50)℃(Temp. Compensation : NTC10K)
Accuracy Conductivity: 1.5%(FS)
Resistivity: 2.0%(FS)
TDS: 1.5%(FS)
Temperature compensation (0~50)℃ with 25℃ as Standard
Analog Output Single isolated(4~20)mA,instrument/transmitter for selection
Control Output SPDT relay, Load capacity : AC 230V/50A(Max)
Power Supply CCT-5300E : DC24V CCT-5320E : AC 220V±15%
Working Environment Temp. (0~50)℃;Relative Humidity ≤85%RH(none condensation)
Storage Environment Temp.(-20~60)℃; Relative Humidity ≤85%RH(none condensation)
Dimension 96mm×96mm×105mm (H×W×D)
Hole Size 91mm×91mm (H×W)
Installation  Panel mounted, fast installation

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