Water testing samples

Water Testing

The starting point for any water treatment design is a representative water analysis that is complete and accurate. Using a UKAS Accredited Laboratory. 

Uses

Provides a written record of the water condition, which can be used for designing a bespoke filtration system. It may also be presented to official bodies if required.

Additional Information

An overview of our private water testing service

The starting point for any water treatment design, is a representative water analysis that is complete and accurate.

To remove iron and manganese from a water supply for example, it is not just important to know how much iron and manganese is present. Modern medias for treating water for excessive iron and manganese, also require us to know the PH level, whether the contaminants are dissolved, is there sufficient oxygen to permit sedimentation, what is the sodium level, etc.

For this reason, when we look at analysing your water, we will arrange for a full suite of tests to be carried out, and only by doing this can we be sure that our proposal, will work to the levels that we state.

We do not carry out the analysis work in house. We use a fully UKAS accredited laboratory, that has the most modern equipment to analyse and report on the water quality. We will take samples as part of an initial survey.

This is not a free service, due to the in-depth nature of the report. 

If you are not local and feel confident in taking your own sample, then we courier to you a water test kit, which will be collected by a courier and returned directly to the laboratory for analysis.

To assist with future sampling, our installations incorporate sampling taps at strategic points. This is for future analysis and fault finding. Where appropriate, we fit a raw water and treated water sampling point, on all installations.

Examples of pH Water Testing