TPH01702 220V High Precision TDS Meter Tester Digital Water Quality Testing

  • ₱800.00


Features:
  • Applicable industries: swimming pool, waterworks laboratory, disease control center, aquaculture
  • The water quality electrolyzer, also called the solid precipitation accelerating device, is a simple water quality monitoring method that is used by the U.S. Food Inspection Administration (FDA) to determine the basic water that has been contaminated, and has practical significance for the purity of the water source to be inspected., Can make users clear and intuitive to see the actual situation of their daily drinking water.
Instructions:
  • This instrument has positive and negative poles of an electrolytic rod (one is an iron rod and one is an aluminum rod), that is, two electrodes introduced as an electric field.After the electrolyzer is energized, under the action of the current, the positive-valence Fe3+ ions are dissolved. They combine with the negative OH- ions in the water to form water-insoluble Fe(OH)3 particles. These particles are colloidal particles in water.The agglomeration and adsorption activity is very strong, and thus the adsorption and agglomeration of organic or inorganic substances in water is formed.
  • At the same time, due to the action of the current, metal particles originally dissolved in water, such as manganese, potassium, cobalt, etc., are reduced and gradually aggregated to form a metal cluster. Since the coloration of different metal ions is different, color separation occurs.
  • Electrolyzed water shows different colors showing various impurities in water
  • Water quality electrolysis apparatus -
  • Yellow: Dissolve acid, silicon compounds, organic minerals, molybdenum, silicon, fluoride, other organics
  • Green: Arsenic, mercury, lead, copper, sodium
  • Blue: Bacteria, viruses, carcinogens, organic phosphorus, etc. (fertilizers, detergents, and pesticides)
  • Red: Iron and rust, bacteria
  • White: Lead, zinc, mercury, inorganic salt, dirt
  • Black: Heavy Metals (Zinc, Lead, Copper, Chromium, Manganese, Cadmium)
The standard to measure the quality of water:
  • Does not contain any substances harmful to the human body and smell (especially heavy metals and organics);
  • Water soft and hard, usually between 50-200mg/L (calculated as calcium carbonate);
  • PH value is weakly alkaline (7.0-8.0);
  • The content and proportion of trace elements and minerals in water are moderate, similar to normal liquids;
  • Dissolved oxygen content in water and carbon dioxide content is moderate (dissolved oxygen in water ≥6-7mg/L)
  • The nutritional and physiological functions of water should be strong (including solvency, penetration, diffusion, metabolism, emulsifying power, detergency, etc.).
  • [Electrolyzed water shows different colors in water

Color display Instructions:
  • Yellow: Soluble acid, silicon compounds, organic minerals, molybdenum, silicon, fluoride, other organics
  • Green: Arsenic, mercury, lead, copper, sodium
  • Blue: Bacteria, viruses, carcinogens, organic phosphorus, etc. (fertilizers, detergents, and pesticides)
  • Red: iron and rust, bacteria
  • White: lead, zinc, mercury, inorganic salt, dirt
  • Black: heavy metals (zinc, lead, copper, chromium, manganese, cadmium)
  • If the electrode is corroded after a period of time, use a fine sandpaper to gently polish it. After polishing, apply a little food oil to prevent rust.

Instructions:
  • 1. Prepare test water - Take two white glass cups with a capacity of 100-150 ml, one cup of tap water, another cup of RO water, and discharge it on the table.
  • 2. Prepare for inspection - Place the electrolyzer flat on the glass and plug in a 220 volt power supply.
  • 3. Inspection—Press the power switch on the electrolyzer to the ON position to begin inspection.
  • The usual inspection time is 30 seconds.When finished, press the power switch first to the OFF position and finally remove the electrolyzer.
  • safety warning
  • After the power is turned on, do not hold the hands on the electrodes; do not put your fingers into the test water; do not allow children to play with the electrolyzer.
  • After the electrolyzer is used up, wipe the electrode dry with a dry cloth, wipe the water on the iron rod with a fine gauze, and keep it properly.




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