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Water Testing




   

Water Testing

Water is perhaps the most precious natural resource after air. though the surface of the earth is mostly consists of water, only a small part of it is usable, which makes this resource limited . NBML understand the importance of purity of water for human consumption and industrial work. This precious and limited resource, The Water Resources Available as in form Ground Water, River Lake Pond Ocean Sea Etc. Therefore, must be used with care. As water is required for different purposes, the suitability of it must be checked before use. Also, sources of water must be monitored regularly to determine whether they are in sound health or not. Poor condition of water bodies are not only the indictor of environmental degradation, it is also a threat to the ecosystem. In industries, improper quality of water may cause hazards and severe economic loss. Thus, the quality of water is very important in both environmental and economic aspects. Thus, water quality analysis is essential for using it in any purpose. After years of research, water quality analysis is now consists of some standard protocols. There are guidelines for sampling, preservation and analysis of the samples. Here the standard chain of action is discussed briefly so that it may be useful to the analysts and researchers.
Water, whether it is meant for business purposes, agriculture, domestic purposes, or is used by public municipalities and private homeowners must be tested regularly in order to keep the source of water safe and free from environmental risks and potential health disorders. (As per the eleventh five year plan document of India (2007-12), there are about 2.17 lakh quality affected habitations in the country with more than half affected with excess iron, followed by fluoride, salinity, nitrate and arsenic in that order. Further, approximately, 10 million cases of diarrhea, more than 7.2 lakh typhoid cases and 1.5 lakh viral hepatitis cases occur every year a majority of which are contributed by unclean water supply and poor sanitation. The eleventh five year plan document of India (2007-2012) recognizes dealing with the issue of water quality as a major challenge on top most priority to water quality surveillance and monitoring by setting up of water quality testing laboratories strengthened with qualified manpower, equipment's and chemicals.) Our Laboratories Quality Analysts Ensure That Quality of Water Are Full Filling Required Values or Results As per CGWB and IS Standards Specification. we own a well equipped laboratory which possess the most advanced and modernized instruments required for carrying out a complete analysis for water samples.

Some of the Common Tests Conducted on Water include (as per IS 3025)
1.Acidity
2. Chloride
3. Inorganic
4. Organic
5. pH
6. Sulphate
7. Suspended Matter
8. Alkalinity
9. Total hardness.
10. Flouride content
11. Silica Content
12. Iron Content