Reagents for Pool LAB - Alkalinity-M for Testing Alkalinity
Reagents for Pool LAB - Alkalinity-M for Testing Alkalinity
Reagents for Pool LAB - Alkalinity-M for Testing Alkalinity
Reagents for Pool LAB - Alkalinity-M for Testing Alkalinity
Reagents for Pool LAB - Alkalinity-M for Testing Alkalinity
Reagents for Pool LAB - Alkalinity-M for Testing Alkalinity
Reagents for Pool LAB - Alkalinity-M for Testing Alkalinity
Reagents for Pool LAB - Alkalinity-M for Testing Alkalinity

Reagents for Pool LAB - PoolWaterLAB - Water Tester - Alkalinity-M for Testing Alkalinity 50 Tablets

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 Acid capacity (alkalinity) | 0.0 - 200 mg/l (ppm) | reagent for measurements - Alkalinity-M. Shelf life tablet reagents 2 years. ( TbsPTA50 )

KS4,3 Acidity is also known as m-Alkalinity, Total Alkalinity, Hydrogen Carbonate Hardness, Acid Buffering Power, Temporary Hardness, … Alkalinity describes the ability of water to buffer the increase of ph value influencing chemicals (flocculants, disinfection media – e.g. chlorine products – lowering or raising pH). To provide a sufficient buffering effect, alkalinity should amount to at least 0.7 mol/m3 and/or mmol/l. This value represents the hydrogen carbonated materials dissolved in water. The buffering effect in the 4.2 – 8.2 pH range relies on a balance between hydrogen carbonate ions and carbon dioxide dissolved in water. Should chemicals that lower the pH value of water be added (acids), then the hydrogen carbonate ion combines with these to form carbonic acid (which in turn dissolves into carbon dioxide and water) and water. At a 4.3 pH value all hydrogen carbonate ions are depleted; thus the KS4,3 Acidity designation. Should in contrast chemicals be added that raise the pH value (bases), then hydrogen carbonate ions form again out of dissolved carbon dioxide and water. The modified relationship between dissolved carbon dioxide and hydrogen carbonate ions thus determines a new pH value. The buffering capacity of water becomes too low at alkalinities below 0.7 mmol/l, thus making it difficult to determine the pH value. In such cases small amounts of acids and bases will immediately and intensively change the pH value. Furthermore, water will have a corrosive effect on pipe mains. An alkalinity value which is too low can be increased through the addition of sodium hydrogen carbonate and/or sodium carbonate. When alkalinity values are high, however, the buffering effect is too large and large amounts of pH regulators are needed in order to achieve a change in pH. Additionally, when conditions are unfavorable (warming, pH > 8.2), calcium tends to precipitate because carbonate ions form out of hydrogen carbonate ions which in turn form water-insoluble compounds in the presence of calcium or magnesium (see Total Hardness). Alkalinity that is too high can be corrected through – at least partial – replacement of water. Because pH values above 8.2 will stop the equilibrium between hydrogen carbonate ions and carbonate ions, the alkalinity of the water must then (pH value over 8.2) be measured with the Alkalinity-P method.

 

1. Active Oxygen (MPS) O2 0.00 – 20.0 mg/l (ppm)

2. Alkalinity  0 – 200 mg/l (ppm)

3. Aluminum 0.00 - 0.30 mg/l (ppm)

4. Ammonia 0.00 – 1.20 mg/l (ppm)

5. Bromine 0.00 – 13.0 mg/l (ppm)

6. Calcium Hardness single 0 – 500 mg/l (ppm)

7. Chloramines 0.00 – 6.00 mg/l (ppm)

8. Chlorine (fCl | cCl | tCl) 0.00 – 6.00 mg/l (ppm) 

9. Chlorine (HR) 5 – 200 mg/l (ppm)

10. Chlorine dioxide 0.00 – 11.0 mg/l (ppm)

11. Copper 0.00 – 5.00 mg/l (ppm)

12. Cyanuric Acid 0 – 100 mg/l (ppm)

13. Hyd. Peroxide (LR) 0.00 – 2.40 mg/l (ppm)

14. Hyd. Peroxide (HR) 0 – 180 mg/l (ppm)

15. Iron LR 0.00 – 1.00 mg/l (ppm)

16. Nitrate 0 – 50 mg/l (ppm)

17. Nitrite (LR) 0.00 – 1.50 mg/l (ppm)

18. Ozone 0.00 – 4.00 mg/l (ppm)

19. pH 6.50 – 8.40

20. PHMB 5 – 60 mg/l (ppm)

21. Phosphate (LR) 0.00 – 4.00 mg/l (ppm)

22. Phosphate (HR) 0 – 80 mg/l (ppm)

23. Potassium K 0.70 – 12.0 mg/l (ppm)

24. Sulphate 5 – 100 mg/l (ppm)

25. Total Hardness 0 – 500 mg/l (ppm)

26. Urea 0.10 – 2.50 mg/l (ppm)

27. Zinc 0.00 – 1.00 mg/l (ppm)

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The following parameters can be tested in salty water

 

Parameter Fresh water Saltwater Seawater
Active oxygen  
Alkalinity
Bromine  
Chlorine  
Chlorine dioxide  
Cyanuric acid  
Total hardness    
Calcium hardness  
Ozone  
pH  *  
Hydrogen peroxide

 

* Special case pH measurement

Depending on the salt content of your sample, the measurement result must be corrected according to the following scheme:

1 molar = -0,21 pH
2 molar = -0,26 pH
3 molar = -0,29 pH
where: 1 mol salt (NaCl) = 5.8 % = 58.4 g/l

Pools with salt electrolysis are not affected.
In salt electrolysis, a maximum of 7 g/l salt is used, far less than 1 mol (58.4 g).

  • 1 x PoolWaterLAB (Water Tester)
  • 1 x Triple measurement cuvette (exchangeable)
  • 1 x Light protection cap
  • 3 x Plastic stirring rod
  • 1 x 10ml syringe
  • 3 x AA batteries
  • 1 x Printed user manual
  • 1 x Collecting bag
  • 20 tablets DPD N 1 (free chlorine)
  • 20 tablets phenol red (pH)

  • 10 tablets DPD N 3 (bound / total chlorine) 

  • 10 tablets CYA test (cyanuric acid/stabilizer)

  • 10 tablets Alkalinity-M (alkalinity/acid capacity)

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Why should I buy a PoolWaterLAB photometer to maintain my pool at home?

A PoolWaterLAB photometer is a device that measures the levels of various chemicals in your pool water, such as chlorine, pH, alkalinity, and hardness. Here are some reasons why you might consider buying a PoolWaterLAB photometer to maintain your home pool:

1. Accurate Measurements: A PoolWaterLAB photometer provides accurate measurements of the chemical levels in your pool water. This helps you to adjust the chemicals in your pool precisely and avoid over or under-dosing, which can lead to problems such as algae growth, cloudy water, and skin irritation.

2. Cost-Effective: Regular testing of your pool water is essential for maintaining healthy water conditions. Buying a PoolWaterLAB photometer may be more cost-effective than continually purchasing test strips or sending water samples to a lab for analysis.

3. Convenience: With a PoolWaterLAB photometer, you can test your pool water at home, at any time you want. This can be more convenient than traveling to a pool supply store or waiting for lab results.

4. Easy to Use: Most PoolWaterLAB photometers are easy to use and come with detailed instructions. You don't need to be a chemist to understand how to use the device, and most models provide digital readings that are easy to interpret.

5. Preventative Maintenance: Maintaining proper chemical levels in your pool can help prevent problems such as algae growth, cloudy water, and equipment damage. By using a PoolWaterLAB photometer to test your water regularly, you can catch any issues early and address them before they become more severe.

In summary, a PoolWaterLAB photometer can be a cost-effective, convenient, and easy-to-use tool for maintaining your home pool. It provides accurate measurements of chemical levels in your pool water, helping you to prevent problems and keep your pool water clean and healthy.

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Tablets Reagents

The reagent tablets have been distributed all over the world for several years.  Advantages of tablets is a long shelf life, exact dosing and easy handling.

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Some parameters can or must be measured with liquid reagents. With liquid reagents no crushing of tablet is needed. Shelf life of liquid reagents is 6 months

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For some tests, powder pillows are required. All powder pillows are produced, blistered and packaged in Germany.
Shelf life powder pillows reagents is 24 months

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