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Calibration

ISE 3 Point Calibration, Point 1 – published on Mar 11, 2014

This video from Aquaread is about fluoride sensor calibration. Watch how to calibrate our fluoride monitoring equipment, starting with Point 1 solution. In our other videos you can see the next two steps of the calibration process using Point 2 and Point 3.

The fluoride ISE can be used with any of our Aquaprobe water monitoring equipment, which is used for a variety of water testing applications. Our multi-parameter probes allow you to test up to 12 parameters at once.

ISE 3 Point Calibration, Point 2 – published on Mar 11, 2014

This video of fluoride sensor calibration shows the second step of the three point calibration process. Point 2 is a 5ppm solution of fluoride. To see the other steps in the process see our other videos. Our fluoride water testing equipment is used for a wide range of applications including monitoring water quality in industrial areas and in drinking water.

The water quality tester featured in this video is the Aquaprobe AP-7000, which is a multiparameter device capable of testing up to 12 parameters at once.

ISE 3 Point Calibration, Point 3 – published on Mar 11, 2014

This video shows step three of fluoride sensor calibration. See our other videos for the other points in the process. Each of our ion specific electrodes (ISEs) must be calibrated before use. The fluoride testing equipment is used with our multiparameter water testing equipment. The probe seen in the video is the AP-7000, which can test up to 12 parameters at once. They are used for a variety of applications including making sure fluoride is kept within safe levels in drinking water.

Turbidity 1000 NTU Calibration – published on Mar 11, 2014

In this video we demonstrate turbidity calibration. The turbidity electrode is calibrated using 1000 NTU point. Turbidity testing equipment is used to test water quality; turbidity is one of the key indicators of water quality.

This is just one of the optical electrodes that we have available to be used with our multiparameter water testing equipment.

In our other videos you can learn how to calibrate other ISEs, install the electrodes, clean the Aquaprobes, and so on.

Cleaning the AP-7000 Between Calibrations – published on Feb 28, 2014

Watch this video to see how to clean the AP-7000 Aquaprobe. It’s very important to wash the water testing equipment to prevent cross-contamination between samples. The probe is washed in fresh water and then dried thoroughly. It is then ready for calibration. Check out our other videos for calibration demonstrations.

Our Aquaprobes are used for a wide range of water monitoring applications, for example monitoring the performance of wastewater treatment plants.

Rapidcal Calibration – published on Feb 28, 2014

In this video, we give a demonstration of rapidcal calibration. The rapidcal solution is used to calibrate the EC, pH7 and all optical zero points. Calibration is needed to ensure that the water quality monitoring equipment is capturing the data correctly.

Our Aquaprobes are used for a variety of water quality testing uses including borehole monitoring, scientific research and making sure industrial water effluent meets the satisfactory requirements. The equipment is highly scientific and accurate. It is designed to be used in the field.

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