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he movement protein KKUNP-T1. Research and development. Dr. Satya New PHARMASANT Science Credits. University. Without the support of the Business Incubator. University. Patent No. 20,335. Read More »

Sulfate Test Kit (100-1000 ,1000-10000 ppm.)

HI38001 sulfate test kit

  Product Description:   The procedure for determining sulfate is a modification of the Determination of Sulfate by Sulfonazo III.? Sulfate is determined via a titrimetric method. The reaction end point is indicated by the change in color of the solution from violet to blue.   Order Information: HI 38001 test kit comes with 100 packets sulfate reagent A (2 ... Read More »

Iron Low Range Test Kit (0.00-1.00 ppm.)

Iron Test Kit

HI 38039 Iron Low Range Test Kit Iron is naturally present in water in low concentrations, but it reaches high concentrations in wastewater effluents. The iron concentration in water needs to be monitored because it becomes harmful above certain levels. Read More »

Chlorine test kit (0.0-3.5 ppm.)

chlorine test kit HI 3875

Chlorine test kit [HI-3875] Chlorine is the most commonly used water disinfectant in applications that vary from treatment of drinking water and wastewater, pools and spas sanitization, to food processing and sterilization. Chlorine present in water binds with bacteria, leaving only part of the original quantity (free chlorine) to continue its disinfecting action. If the free chlorine level is improper ... Read More »

Nitrate test kit (0-50 ppm.)

Nitrate test kit HI 3874

Nitrate test kit HI-3874 Nitrate is an essential nutrient for plants but must be monitored in order to maintain proper health and optimum yield. Excessive levels are detrimental and can even be toxic, effectively “burning” the plants. Nitrate can be found in natural surface water, as well as in underground water. In drinking water, the nitrate level must be monitored ... Read More »

Nitrite test kit (0.0-1.0 ppm.)

HI3873 nitrite test kit

HI-3873 Nitrite is considered the most diffused chemical pollutant. It is produced during ammonia oxidation or it originates from agriculture, urban and industrial waste. In fresh water aquaculture and aquariums, nitrite is highly toxic to fish, starving the blood of oxygen, effectively suffocating the fish. Nitrite should be kept at very low concentrations (below 0.1 mg/L), since it is carcinogenic ... Read More »