15-300 mg/l; 25 Tube Tests

  • Performing highly sensitive tests Barcoded vial for automatic method selection when used with Lovibond® Spectrophotometers
  • Pre-filled tubes reduce sample preparation and make handling safer
  • Alternate testing ranges & sizes available

The COD LMR Tube Tests can measure Chemical Oxygen Demand in the range of 15-300 mg/l and can be used with Lovibond® colorimeters & spectrophotometers.

Each pack contains 25 COD vials, which are made of high-quality optical glass with a 16 mm diameter. Vials are packed in an EPS foam container which complies with global shipping and safety standards.


Part Number 2423120


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Product information

Chemical Oxygen Demand (COD) is a common water quality parameter for municipal wastewater and industrial wastewater applications. It is used to quantify the amount of organics in a water sample and indicates the amount of oxygen that is available to be consumed by reactions with that solution.

COD test results are easy to reproduce and are available in two hours, making it is widely used as a process control parameter. COD values give a good indication of what is currently happening in a system and over time it can be used to make predictions to further optimize the treatment process. Tests require the use of the RD125 Reactor or similar product for digestion. 

Dimensions 150 x 150 x 139 mm
Weight with Packaging 466 g
Parameter and Range Method No. Instrument Type
COD LMR TT 15 - 300 mg/L CODb) M133 COD Set-Up MD 100
COD Set-Up MD 110
COD Set-Ups
MD 100 COD, tube tests
MD 110 COD
MD 600
MD 600 Photometer Series
MD 610
MD 640
Title Online Download Type Format Language Direct Download
Instruction Manual Single Method M133 - COD LMR TT Instruction Manual PDF (3.51 MB)
Comparability Study between Lovibond® COD VARIO cuvette test and the Hach COD cuvette test Studies PDF (0.21 MB)
Title SDS Country Direct Download
COD CSB 15-300 mg l
* HACH® is a registered trademark of Hach Company, Loveland, Colorado / HACH LANGE GmbH, Düsseldorf, Germany. The use of the HACH® trademark does not imply any affiliation with or approval by Hach Company / HACH LANGE GmbH regarding the formulation, testing or suitability of these products for use in HACH® brand spectrophotometers or other devices or systems.