Turbidity Meter

Turbidimeters are equipment that through optical analysis measure the turbidity of a liquid. That is, they are devices capable of measuring the size and concentration of particles in a suspension by diffusing light at 90 ยฐ in a tube. It can be portable or fixed.

These instruments determine how cloudy a liquid is, in fact, they are considered the most widely used instrumental method today, among others for its ease of use, high precision and repeatability. Turbidimeters require no warm-up time and provide marked long-term performance without the need for lamp replacement.

Types of Turbidity Meter a Laboratory May Need

Portable turbidity meter YR01841

High-performance portable turbidity meter, 2 to 5 points calibration, selectable 4 turbidity units. The meter is suitable for process control....


Benchtop turbidity meter YR01842

Multiparameter benchtop turbidity meter with the Total Suspended Solids measurement mode, 2 to 7 points calibration, selectable...


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The amount of light reflected for a specific particle density depends on the properties of the particles such as their shape, color and reflectivity. From an optical detector, with the light source at 90 degrees, the density of the particles will be a function of the light reflected by the particles suspended in the detector.

Turbidity, is a measure of the opacity or haze of a fluid, it was originally thought as a qualitative measure of the aesthetics of drinking water. It is not a measure of actual particles in the water; it actually measures how much those particles affect the light that is transmitted through the water, or how that light reflects off the particles in the water.

Analysis of the best Turbidity Meters for your Laboratory

What are the steps to use and calibrate a Turbidimeter?

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Turbidimeter or turbidity meter. How should it be used?

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How do I use a Turbidity Meter?

Turbidity is an essential factor to determine the water quality in its purification, the more transparent the purest (with higher quality)...


Laboratory Turbidimeter: operation

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Guides to becoming a Turbidity Meter expert

At Kalstein we are manufacturers of Turbidity Meter equipment of the highest quality and that have the best technology on the market, we leave you some guides to know more about our product.

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Turbidity Meter: What does it measure?
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Turbidity Meter: What does it measure?
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To know the degree to which water loses its transparency, it is necessary and indispensable in the quality...

What are the differences between a Dissolved Oxygen Meter and a Turbidity Meter?

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Turbidity Meter Video in operation

In this section you can find, our Turbidity Meter in operation, packaged, receiving service, etc.

Turbidity Meter operating

A Turbidimeter measures suspended particles with a beam (beam source) and a light detector fixed at 90ยฐ from the original beam. The density of the particles is a function of the light reflected by the particles suspended in the detector. The amount of light reflected for a given particle density depends on the properties of the particles such as their shape, color, and reflectivity.

Turbidity can be estimated with equipment such as the spectrophotometer and the colorimeter, which can measure the decrease in transmitted light due to the blockage generated by particles. However, these measurements are not considered valid by the international regulatory bodies because they do not comply with the accepted definition of turbidity, they propose at all times the use of the turbidimeter.

Frequently Asked Questions about Turbidity Meters

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