CHEMetrics Sulfate Test Kit
Sulfate is present at widely varying concentrations in natural waters. The USEPA has established a Secondary Drinking Water Standard of 250 mg/L for sulfate in potable water, as higher concentrations affect odor and taste. Sulfate levels are also measured in the beverage industry due to its effect on odor and taste. Sulfate levels must be monitored in cooling water and ion exchange systems in order to prevent calcium sulfate scale formation.
K9203 0-100.0 ppm Method: Turbidimetric
Kit comes in a cardboard box and contains everything needed to perform 30 tests: thirty ampoules, Acidifier Solution, Activator Powder, 25 mL sample cup, ampoule blank, and instructions.
Vacu-vials Kits require the use of the V-2000 Photometer or a spectrophotometer capable of accepting a 13 mm diameter round cell. Instrument sold separately.