The term “turbidity” is used to describe the cloudy or milky appearance of liquid or solid particles such as water (drinking, mineral, bathing or waste water), beverages (beer, wine or soft drinks) or window glass (translucent glass). With the TB300-IR, Turbidity is measured according to measurement standard ISO 7027 using an infra-red light source. This permits measurement of colored and color-free samples.
The IR Lab Turbidimeter is designed for quick and easy turbidity measurement in the laboratory. Using an infrared (IR) light source and 90o detection, it conforms with ISO 7027 specifications for turbidity measurement of colored and color-free samples.
The Portable Turbidimeter allows fast and easy turbidity measurement in both the field and in the laboratory.
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