Water should ONLY be water
Clean, safe, without any contamination- that’s what bottled water should be. We help manufacturers of bottled water, contract labs and regulatory agencies with our instruments to test for all this and more. Our instruments and solutions help in identifying disinfection by products, water contamination, electrolytes and phthalates.
The global beverage industry is growing each year with the introduction of new products, such as vitamin fortified water, energy drinks, anti-aging water, and herbal nutritional supplements. With this growth come many more analytical challenges.
Determination of Trace Concentrations of Oxyhalides and Bromide in Municipal and Bottled Waters Using a Compact Ion Chromatography System
This application proof note demonstrates an efficient and sensitive approach for determining trace concentrations of disinfection byproduct anions and bromide in municipal and bottled water samples.
This application note describes the analysis of several toxic elements in drinking and bottled waters using the Thermo Scientific iCAP 7200 ICP-OES. The pre-loaded templates provide a simple and effective tool for routine environmental analysis.
The importance of clean drinking water is recognized worldwide. Water suppliers frequently add disinfectants to drinking water. Unfortunately, disinfectants interact with naturally – occurring materials forming toxic byproducts. Water utilities face the challenge of limiting exposure of these disinfection byproducts (DBPs) in order to minimize human health risks.
Right color? Right taste?
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Ensure batch-to-batch consistency with BeerCraft Software and GENESYS 50 or 150 UV-Vis Spectrophotometers. Tests are preprogrammed for fast, easy quality analysis.
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