Kiwa Watertec

Opacity meter news from Kiwa Watertec

  • 25 Oct 2018

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Kiwa Watertec has recently taken delivery of an opacity mater which has been granted UKAS Accreditation for the standards BS EN 758, BS 2782 and BS EN ISO 7686.

This state of the art opacity meter is capable of undertaking tests at multiple wave lengths and all master filters are verified by NPL (National Physics Laboratory), with more standards for different products planned for inclusion within its UKAS Scope of Accreditation.

This new meter will reduce test times and speed up the certification process for its clients; more info can be obtained by emailing uk.water@kiwa.com or calling 01495 308185

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