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Water Testing

Regular water testing is carried out to keep the source of water safe and reliable. As living beings, we are entitled to clean water and good quality water affects the economic and social wellbeing of those who consume it. It is important to check the quality of water before its use and water testing laboratories ensure that water quality is protected from all the potential causes of contamination. Both public and private water sources may be contaminated when the water comes in contact with either man-made contaminants or naturally-occurring contaminants such as arsenic, lead, iron, bacteria and viruses. Turbidity and hard water are a few of the other factors causing water impurity.

Water testing for pollutant-free water is a broad concept and involves several procedures to evaluate the quality of water. Depending on the unique components specific to the water source, the test type and frequency are determined. The physical, chemical and biological characteristics of water is known as water quality and whether the water is being used for business purposes, agriculture, public municipalities, domestic purposes and private homes, people must be educated regarding the health and environmental risks in water sources and encouraged to test and treat the water accordingly.

Why is water testing important?

  • To meet the regulatory requirements
  • To eliminate health risks related to water contamination
  • To instill trust in customers and enhance business productivity
  • To determine appropriate treatment for contaminated water
  • Services provided

    Our expert team with their rich experience on water testing can assist you in complying with the government regulations and standards. Tailor-made proposals are offered as per your requirements and our water specialists conduct the following tests to look for impurities in water.

  • Temperature testing:To determine the rate of biochemical reaction in water.
  • pH testing: To measure the acidity of water.
  • Chloride test: To detect the presence and concentration levels.
  • Salinity test: To measure groundwater salinity.
  • Dissolved oxygen test: To measure the amount of oxygen dissolved in water.
  • Turbidity test: To check how clear the water is.
  • Pesticides: To determine the presence of pesticide residue and its concentration levels (tests to identify 500 plus different pesticide residue available).
  • Redox: To measure reduction-oxidization potential.
  • Radioactive materials: To detect alpha and beta emitters.
  • Electrical conductivity: To estimate the total amount of solids in water.
  • Metals: To detect heavy metals like aluminium, Antimony, Arsenic, Beryllium, Bismuth, Copper, Cadmium, Lead, Mercury, Nickel, Uranium, Tin, Vanadium and Zinc.
  • Microbial testing: To check the presence of E coli, Salmonella, total coliforms in water.
  • Long-term exposure to certain components like metals and chemicals in water could cause chronic damage to human body and it is essential to monitor the purity of water on a regular basis. We also offer performance evaluation for filters and certification service for water treatment and related products.