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  • Portable Meters Hanna Instruments has had a long history of producing innovative portable meters. Innovations include the first portable conductivity meter in 1980 that used a four-electrode design to allow the measurement across a variety of ranges. In 1984 we introduced the first microprocessor based portable. The microprocessor allowed for automatic calibration instead of using trimmers for manual calibration. In 1990, Hanna introduced the first waterproof portable meter. Waterproof ...
  • Ammonia Present naturally in surface and wastewaters, ammonia mainly results from the deamination of organic nitrogen containing compounds and hydrolysis of urea. Ammonia may also be present from water treatment processes that utilize chloramines for disinfection, where ammonia is added to the water to react with chlorine. Ammonia is less likely to appear in groundwater due to adsorption by soil particles.  Ammonia can be measured in two  ways, using either the Nessler colo...
  • Ammonium At room temperature ammonia (NH 3 ) is a colorless, toxic gas. It is very soluble in water that turns increasingly into the ammonium ions (NH 4 + ) as the pH decreases to less than 9.25, the pKa of ammonia/ammonium. To determine the ratio it is necessary to know the pH of the water and then use the Henderson-Hasselbach equation. In nature, the level of ammonium in the water varies. Typically, in groundwater ammonium comes from the bacterial degradation of plants and animals...
  • Wine pH The first essential step to producing a high quality is to measure the pH of juice and must. The measurement of pH occurs at each step of the process from pre-fermentation, fermentation, post-fermentation and at bottling. A variety of factors and processes depend on pH including microbial stability, sulfur dioxide effectiveness, malolactic fermentation performance, protein stability, and sensory attributes. A wines microbial and chemical stability is influenced by pH due t...
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  • Nutrient Analysis (NPK) The chemical composition of a nutrient solution includes differnet chemical elements. Nutrient analysis is necessary for better management of fertilization and to know the residues of fertilizers in relation to the crop. An analysis can highlight shortages and help the understanding of the causes of an abnormal growth. The three elements that are most needed by plants are nitrogen (N), phosphorous (P) and potassium (K). Nitrogen (N) is indispensable for the pl...
  • Chlorine Disinfection is a process of killing disease-causing organisms (or pathogens). Chlorine (Cl 2 ) is one of the most widely used disinfectants. It has many applications including drinking water, cooling towers, wastewater treatment, food disinfection, and swimming pools to name a few. Chlorine is available in multiple forms. It can come in a liquid, solid or as a gas, although gas is limited to specific customers due its toxicity if accidently released in a confined space. Tec...
  • Nitrate Nitrogen is abundant in the Earth’s atmosphere and is present in water in the forms of nitrate, nitrite, and ammonia. Plants use nitrogen as a nutrient to build proteins by tracking it in through their root system. This is why it is important to test soil and irrigation water to determine the optimal level of nitrogen fertilization to obtain the best crop response and avoid over-fertilization. Nitrate-nitrogen tests can be performed year-round, but testing is particularly reco...
  • Salinity Salinity is a measurement that has different meanings in different industries. Overall it is a measurement of salts in water. Salts can be measured by electrolytic conductivity (EC), refractometry, titration of chloride, or specifically for sodium chloride using a sodium Ion-Selective Electrode (ISE).   Salinity measurements can be broken down into two major forms. Those that are for oceanographic studies for seawater salinity and those for food or brine solutions in...
  • Chloride Chloride ions are one of the major inorganic anions in water and wastewater. Although high concentrations of chloride in water are not known to be toxic to humans, its regulation is mainly due to taste. It is essential to monitor chloride concentration in boiler systems to prevent damage of metal parts. In high levels, chloride can corrode stainless steel and be toxic to plant life. Hanna Instruments offers a wide variety of instrumentation for measuring chloride. Products i...
  • Nitrite Nitrites can be harmful to aquatic organisms even in low concentrations and for this reason, they are closely monitored in aquariums and aquaculture facilities. In cooling towers, however, an adequate amount of nitrites is necessary to prevent corrosion. In high concentrations, they can be harmful to the environment and to humans. They are, therefore, normally monitored to verify the quality of water for domestic use, as well as lakes and ponds. Nitrites are an intermediate prod...
  • Nitrogen Nitrogen is abundant in the Earth’s atmosphere and is present in water as nitrate, nitrogen, and ammonia. Nitrogen is indispensable for plantlife and is a key factor in fertilization. Nitrogen allows the development of the vegetative growth of the plant; in particular, it contributes to lengthening of trunks and sprouts and increases the production of foliage and fruits. This is why nitrogen is one of the three main components of NPK (Nitrogen-Phosphorus-Potassium) fertilizer...
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