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Photometer

Photometer

PrimeLab 1.0

The photometry is a method of analysis which is often used. Whether public bathhouse, food and beverage industry, laboratories, or industrial disinfection - are everywhere photometer used for the determination of concentrations in solutions. The PrimeLab of Pool-i.d. is the world's first photometer for the entire visible color spectrum with only one light source and only one sensor. The unique sensor of JENCOLOR, combined with the 10-year experience of Pool-id in water analysis, this innovation made ​​possible. In addition, the PrimeLab / JENCOLOR sensor measures with a hitherto unknown devices with photometer accuracy. The Bluetooth technology (select models) and a programmed specifically for the PrimeLab PC software makes it easy to manage soielend measurement and customer data.

» Photometer

Pooltester

Pooltester

Pooltesters are mainly used in the wellness sector and, even if the name doesn’t hint at it, they are also used for the analysis of drinking and industrial waters. In many countries, for example, drinking and industrial waters must be disinfected with chlorine which requires that they be subjected to consistent controls. hotels worldwide already use the Pool-i.d. Pooltester for guest swimming pools, and also to determine the quality of their drinking and general waters. Pool-i.d. Pooltesters are even used by well-known international aid organizations to also control drinking water plants in crisis regions. Here too, people rely on Pool-i.d.’s quality standards.

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Test strips

Test strips for the measurement of water values are enjoying greater popularity, because they provide a simple and rapid method for quick analysis. When compared to the visual measurements of the Pooltester, there is naturally a significant disadvantage in the size of the coloured field and thus in the possibility of making an exact comparison on the colour scale. The shelf-life of the Test Strips is substantially less than that of the reagent tablets that are being used in the Pool Testers. Yet this is compensated for by the simplicity of use, the ability to obtain rapid measurements, and optimal pricing.

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Electronic Meters

Without requiring additional reagents (tablets, drops, etc.), the Electronic Meters offer an absolutely professional way to measure various water values; such as, for example, conductivity, salinity (total dissolved solids), and pH value. The established value is displayed on the device within seconds after dipping the device in sample liquid. The sensitive electrodes, however, should always be kept damp. They should becalibrated at regular intervals, preferably before each measurement, by using a reference fluid. Both the batteries and the electrodes can be changed. The working range of the Electronic Meter is between 0 - 50°C; depending on the model temperature can be compensated for by determining the measurement value.

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Comparator

Comparator-Kit

Pool-i.d. comparators provide you with access to professional water analysis. While these comparators are also, like Pooltesters, visual measurement devices, the arrangement of the measured colour to the scale – and the determination of the measurement value – is much more precise with comparators because the measurement is compared on a rotating colour scale (colour disc). there are no measurement results “between” individual colour scales. ergonomic design and high quality materials also simplify measurements. By using the adapter that is supplied with each comparator, the sample path-length can be extended and additional ranges can be measured.

» Comparator-Kit

Special Processes

In this chapter, we define “Special Processes” as methods which are not, or are hardly, offered through classical measurement methods – such as Pooltesters – that is, a special process to determine the values. For example, the Pool-i.d tablet count process (which causes the colour in the sampled water to abruptly change at a point when reagent tablets are continuously added) functions with reagent tablets and not with liquid reagents which can falsify results when different drop sizes are created depending on the pressure applied to the bottle.

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Balanced_Water_Kits

Balanced Water Kits

Balanced Water Kits are a combination of the comparator and the special method of range pool-id
Depending on the equipment, the set erlaub the measurement of chlorine and pH using the comparator method, alkalinity and calcium hardness and cyanuric acid using the tablet count with the Nessler (turbidity method). The summary of these parameters in a set is the handiness and the needs of specific users, such as the boiler industry, owed.

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Bakterientests

Bacteria testing

The need for the provision of certain types of bacteria is sometimes required by law, but on the other hand, given generally for health reasons, as well as to disinfectant to be used to vote on certain pathogens targeted.
With the pool i.d. Bacterial tests you have a simple, reliable and cost effective product on hand as Coliform bacteria to detect targeted.
Automotive application, "DipSlide tests" among other things to test for bacteria in water tanks, with industrial users such as the leather industry, but also for surface measurement, eg in swimming pools.


» Bacteria testing

Reagents

Reagent tablets offer the highest level of assurance that always the exact amount of reagent needed will be used. Most marketed tablet types, such as DPD for determining Chlorine in water, are regulated by strict international standards aimed at guaranteeing that all tablets with that designation (e.g. DPD 1) can also be used in all designated measurement devices made by any manufacturer. Pooli. d. devices and reagents can therefore be combined with other manufacturer’s reagents, and this is also true the other way around. One of the questions discussed often is the difference between RAPID and Photometer tablets. Basically both detect the same content but are different in one important point: RAPID tablets contain a material which “bursts” the tablet, e.g. chemical pulp that expands upon contact with water. This “burst material” would, however, disrupt the light ray of the photometer (suspended particles) which is why RAPID tablets should never be used with electronic devices such as photometers.

» Reagents

Which parameters go with which device ?



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