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Iron

Iron
Dissolved Iron can cause a brown coloration in ground waters. Although it can occur naturally, its presence can also indicate trade effluent pollution. Although not necessarily toxic to the fish population, the presence of dissolved Iron can indicate corrosion of metal fittings and will cause coloration and turbidity in the water.
Title Test Name Measuring Range Method No. Product Type Add to quotation cart
Iron HR T 1 - 10 mg/l Fe
  • M2514
Checkit Comparator
Iron VARIO PP 0 - 1.8 mg/l Fe
  • M2515
Checkit Comparator
Iron 10 T 0.05 - 1 mg/l Fe
  • M218
Checkit Comparator
Spektralphotometer
Test Kit
Iron 0.01 - 0.1 mg/l Fe
  • M3047
Comparator 2000
Iron HR T 1.0 - 10 mg/l Fe
  • M3046
Comparator 2000
Iron LR T 0.1 - 1.0 mg/l Fe
  • M3045
Comparator 2000
Iron LR T 0.02 - 0.3 mg/l Fe
  • M3044
Comparator 2000
Iron in Mo PP (224) 0.01 - 1.8 mg/l Fe
  • M224
Photometer
Spektralphotometer
Iron (TPTZ) PP 0.02 - 1.8 mg/l Fe
  • M223
Photometer
Spektralphotometer
Iron T 0.02 - 1 mg/l Fe
  • M220
Photometer
Spektralphotometer
Iron PP 0.02 - 3 mg/l Feg)
  • M222
Photometer
Spektralphotometer
Iron HR L 0.1 - 10 mg/l Fe
  • M227
Photometer
Spektralphotometer
Iron LR L (A) 0.03 - 2 mg/l Fe
  • M225
Photometer
Spektralphotometer
Iron (TPTZ) PP 0.1 - 1.8 mg/l Fe
  • M223
Spektralphotometer
Iron 50 T 0.01 - 0.5 mg/l Fe
  • M219
Spektralphotometer
Iron T 0.1 - 1 mg/l Fe
  • M220
Spektralphotometer
Iron PP 0.01 - 1.5 mg/l Feg)
  • M222
Spektralphotometer
Iron 0.1 - 2 mg/l Fe Test Kit
Iron 0.5 - 8 mg/l Fe Test Kit
Iron (Textiles) Trace Test Kit
Iron 0.1 - 5.0 mg/l Fe Test Kit