The Science Behind Your Turbidity Measurements
A turbidimeter’s limit of detection plays a role in producing more consistent water?

The limit of detection is an important specification for low-level process turbidity monitoring.

Bubbles can interfere with your turbidity readings?

Bubbles are caused by an outgassing of the sample. These are preventable!

Stray light can impact your turbidity readings?

If you don‘t properly control for it, it can create a positive interference. There are several ways to mitigate this risk.

How a laser turbidimeter can help optimize your filter performance?

With a laser turbidimeter you can see turbidity spikes faster and prevent filter breakthrough.

Why your light source matters when measuring turbidity

Learn about the benefits of different light sources from a leading turbidity expert. You'll learn which light source is best suited for what you're trying to achieve with your turbidity measurements.

An LED light source is better for turbidity measurement than a Tungsten bulb?

LED light sources contribute to better process turbidity measurements.

Interested in simplifying your turbidity workflow?

The PTV Series of Process Turbidimeters solves the little things that make a big difference. From installation and setup; daily measurement and control; routine procedures such as calibration, verification and maintenance; to data collection and management. Our goal is to save you time and ensure accuracy.