Iron HR L

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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.

Applications

  • Boiler Water
  • Cooling Water
  • Galvanization
  • Raw Water Treatment
Title Parameter and Range Part Number Add to quotation cart
MD 600 Iron HR L 0.1 - 10 mg/L Fe 214020
MD 610 Iron HR L 0.1 - 10 mg/L Fe 214025
MD 640 Iron HR L 0.1 - 10 mg/L Fe 214140
Spectrophotometer XD 7000 (VIS) Iron HR L 0.1 - 10 mg/L Fe 71307000
Spectrophotometer XD 7500 (UV-VIS) Iron HR L 0.1 - 10 mg/L Fe 71307500
Title Method No. Parameter and Range Packaging Unit Part Number Add to quotation cart
KP962-Ammonium Persulphate Powder M227 Iron HR L 0.1 - 10 mg/L Fe Powder / 40 g 56P096240
KS135 Pa1/Alk1-Phenolphthalein Sub-Alk P M227 Iron HR L 0.1 - 10 mg/L Fe 30 mL 56L013530
KS135 Pa1/Alk1-Phenolphthalein Sub-Alk P M227 Iron HR L 0.1 - 10 mg/L Fe 65 mL 56L013565
KS135 Pa1/Alk1-Phenolphthalein Sub-Alk P M227 Iron HR L 0.1 - 10 mg/L Fe 500 mL 56L013597
KS144-CH2-FC4-Calcium Hardness Buffer M227 Iron HR L 0.1 - 10 mg/L Fe 65 mL 56L014465
KS144-CH2-FC4-Calcium Hardness M227 Iron HR L 0.1 - 10 mg/L Fe 125 mL 56L014491
KS144-CH2-FC4-Calcium Hardness Buffer M227 Iron HR L 0.1 - 10 mg/L Fe 65 mL 56L014472
Title Online Download Type Format Language Direct Download
Instruction Manual Single Method M227 - Iron HR L Instruction Manual PDF (4.48 MB)
Title SDS Country Direct Download
KS135 - PA1_ALK1-Phenolphthalein Sub-Alk P
KS144 - CH2 - FC4 - Calcium Hardness Buffer _ Reagent dK4