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How To Read a CHEMetrics Comparator

What Is a Comparator? A comparator is a set of sealed ampoules containing color standards made of dye mixtures that closely match the color (hue) and intensity of CHEMetrics test ampoules when the tips are snapped in solutions of corresponding analyte concentrations. By sealing the dyes in ampoules, we can more closely recreate the color…

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Food and Beverage Industry: Measurement of Hydrogen Peroxide at Critical Control Points

Food and beverage packaging takes many shapes and forms in today’s marketplace. In an effort to maintain grocery shelf-life and flavor quality, these products are processed and assembled by sophisticated packaging equipment that has evolved away from traditional bottling and canning methods. Systems of quality control in the food and beverage industry have become more…

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NEW A-2024 Ammonia Single Analyte Meter Now Available

A New Meter for Measuring Ammonia To provide even more convenient water testing options, CHEMetrics now offers the A-2024 Single Analyte Meter (SAM) for the measurement of ammonia in water. The A-2024 SAM is an affordable portable ammonia photometer designed to work with the currently available K-1413 and K-1513 Ammonia Vacu-vials test kits. Whether you…

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CHEMetrics Introduces NEW Extended Shelf Life Nessler Ammonia Vacu-vials® Water Analysis Kit

  CHEMetrics announces the release of a new Vacu-vials test kit which employs the Direct Nesslerization method to measure ammonia in drinking water, clean surface water, good-quality nitrified wastewater effluent, and seawater. The new K-1513 instrumental test kit offers an extended shelf-life advantage over our existing K-1503 and K-1523 Nessler ammonia Vacu-vials test kits. K-1513…

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CHEMetrics Introduces Two NEW Sensitive Nitrite Water Analysis Kits

CHEMetrics announces the release of two new test kits employing the N-(1-Naphthyl)ethylenediamine (NED) method to measure nitrite in potable water, surface water, stormwater, groundwater, seawater and wastewater. With a reduced analysis time and improved measurement sensitivity, these new kits offer advantages over the existing CHEMetrics nitrite test kits which employ a different diazo dye reagent,…

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New Monochloramine Water Analysis Test Kits

CHEMetrics is pleased to announce the release of two new test kits employing the hydroxybenzyl alcohol  (HBA) method to measure monochloramine in water. These test kits are perfect for drinking water and wastewater testing applications in the field and lap. This method measures only monochloramine and expresses the results as ppm (mg/L) monochloramine as chlorine…

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CHEMetrics Joins the AquaPhoenix Family

We are pleased to announce effective October 21, 2022, CHEMetrics, LLC has merged with AquaPhoenix Scientific, LLC. This is an exciting event for both companies as AquaPhoenix has been a distribution partner with CHEMetrics for nearly two decades. Combining our teams’ knowledge, distribution networks and industry-leading products will give you even more options for effective water…

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Monochloramine As A Disinfectant In Water

Water disinfection is a key step in water treatment for the wastewater and drinking water industries. Disinfection renders dangerous pathogens inert, preventing disease. While every water utility has its own method for disinfecting water, chlorine and monochloramine are two of the most common chemicals used for water disinfection. Many people are familiar with chlorine, but…

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Using Glass and Plastic Impingers To Measure Peracetic Acid In Air

What is a Research Paper Summary? At CHEMetrics we love learning about how scientists use our test kits in the course of their research endeavors. To that that end, we keep our ears tuned for reports in the chemistry, medical, environmental and engineering oriented literature to find real world examples of how data generated from…

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Monitoreo de oxígeno disuelto en sistemas de calderas de alta presión

Febrero 2022, Ver 1 Nota de aplicación Muchas plantas generadoras utilizan combustibles fósiles o fuentes de poder nucleares como fuentes de calor para hervir agua purificada para la producción de vapor. El vapor a presión acciona las turbinas para generar electricidad. La calidad del agua que ingresa a la caldera debe ser controlada cuidadosamente a…

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