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Chemical Oxygen Demand
Chemical oxygen demand (COD) is one of the most important parameters in effluent monitoring and treatment. The COD test is used to predict the requirement an effluent will have for oxygen and hence the effluent's likely impact on the aquatic life of the receiving water course.
COD can be measured in three ranges. LR (3-150 mg/l) is applicable for final effluents and treated waste water. MR (20-1500 mg/l) is suitable for measuring crude sewages, untreated and partially treated waste water. HR (200-15000) is suitable for monitoring trade effluents.
Title Test Name Measuring Range Method No. Product Type Mark as favourite
COD LMR TT 15 - 300 mg/l CODb)
  • M133
COD LR TT 3 - 150 mg/l CODb)
  • M130
COD MR TT 20 - 1500 mg/l CODb)
  • M131
COD HR TT 200 - 15000 mg/l CODb)
  • M132