Water and Food
Analytics
Test Kits, Instruments and Accessories
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reliability
is essential
in water and food analytics. When the task is to maintain
and improve the quality of life, even the slightest error
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The only acceptable approach is careful analysis using
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When it comes to fast and precise analysis, Merck Millipore has been
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up to the measurement of special food parameters. With our high-quality
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even in on-site analyses. Our test systems consist of optimally coordinated
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Contents
Welcome to our new brand
We are now Merck Millipore: two leading brands combined
to bring you an expansive product portfolio, breadth
of expertise and deep consumer insights. Our union has
also led to new, globally harmonized product names,
such as MQuant™, MColorpHast™ and MColortest™.
The same high-quality products you know and trust now
carry identical names throughout the world. As a life
science tools organization at the forefront of emerging
technologies, we are committed to collaborating with you
to offer performance driven products and services
to accelerate your research, development and production.
Parameters from A-Z
Visual and instrumental
test kits at a glance
pH test strips and papers
pH determination made easy
MColorpHast™
20
Test strips
Universal, fast and simple
MQuant™
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Colorimetric and
titrimetric test kits
Variety and ease of use
MColortest™
36
Reflectometry
Easy in-process monitoring
Reflectoquant®
54
Photometry
Safety in water analysis
Spectroquant®
62
Service
Simply competent
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Special topics
Discover our latest product innovations.
At Merck Millipore, we continue to push the boundaries of chemistry to
bring you intelligent solutions to your daily challenges. Our latest advances in
water and food analytics are no exceptions: breakthrough tests, instruments,
packaging and services that go further to make your work easier. As you go
through this catalog, you’ll find “Special Topic” boxes, which give you a glimpse
of these innovations. We hope you enjoy reading our highlights and learning
how you can benefit from them.
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Waste disposal
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Be sensitive
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New sulfate, silicate
and chloride test kits
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Spectroquant®
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Be sure
Bromate in water and
drinking water
Be unlimited
New COD cell tests
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HMF in honey
Reflectoquant®
HMF test
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Parameters from A-Z
Visual and instrumental test kits at a glance
What options do the Merck Millipore rapid tests have to offer for the
determination of the concentration of individual parameters?
The following table is designed to assist you in selecting the appropriate test for your requirements:
• Select the test parameter of your choice (arranged alphabetically)
• Find the measuring range that applies to your requirements and use the table to select the line
of products suited to your work.
• Get all requested information on the selected product from the stated page of this brochure.
There the “Applications” section will give you details on the areas for which the product in question
has been tested and is suitable. While a product has not been tested for use in applications that
are not listed, it is nonetheless possible to apply it in these areas.
• You can use the order number stated to order the product.
• Many other details and information on the individual products – for example working instructions,
certificates of analysis, and applications – can be found by entering the first six digits of the ordering
number into the search box of our internet site www.merckmillipore.com/test-kits.
A small tip the column “System / Type” describes
special features regarding the performance of the
test, such as evaluation with the aid of color charts or
comparators, the use of additional reagents, etc.
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Index A-B
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Visual and instrumental test kits
A
Parameter
Measuring range
Absorbance
-0.300 - 3.000 A
Acid Capacity Cell Test to pH 4.3
0.40 - 8.00 mmol/l
(total alkalinity)
20 - 400 mg/l CaCO3
No. of tests
120
Ord. No.
System / Type
Physical method
92
1.01758.0001
Cell test
92
Application
92
ADMI Color measurement
Page
Alkalinity (total)
see also Acid capacity to pH 4.3
Alkalinity Test
0.1 - 10 mmol/l
200
1.11109.0001
Titration with pipette
42
Aluminium Cell Test
0.02 - 0.50 mg/l Al
25
1.00594.0001
Cell test
92
Aluminium Test
0.020 - 1.20 mg/l Al
350
1.14825.0001
Reagent test
92
Aluminium Test
0.07 - 0.8 mg/l Al
185
1.14413.0001
Color card comparator
42
Aluminium Test
0.1 - 6 mg/l Al
150
1.18386.0001
Disk comparator
42
Aluminium Test
10 - 250 mg/l Al
100
1.10015.0001
Test strip
32
Ammonia, free
0.000 - 3.0 mg/l NH3-N
Application
92
0.000 - 3.65 mg/l NH3
Ammonium Cell Test
25
1.14739.0001
Cell test
92
0.010 - 3.00 mg/l NH4-N
250
1.14752.0002
Reagent test
92
0.013 - 3.86 mg/l NH4
500
1.14752.0001
0.010 - 2.000 mg/l NH4-N
0.01 - 2.58 mg/l NH4
Ammonium Test
Ammonium Test
0.025 - 0.4 mg/l NH4
70
1.14428.0002
Color card comparator
42
Ammonium Test
0.05 - 0.8 mg/l NH4
100
1.14400.0001
Color card comparator
42
Ammonium Test
0.2 - 5 mg/l NH4
50
1.08024.0001
Sliding comparator
42
Ammonium Test
0.2 - 7 mg/l NH4
50
1.16892.0001
Test strip
60
Ammonium Test
0.2 - 8 mg/l NH4
200
1.14423.0002
Color card comparator
42
Ammonium Test
0.2 - 8 mg/l NH4
200
1.14750.0002
Disk comparator
42
25
1.14558.0001
Cell test
92
Ammonium Cell Test
0.20 - 8.00 mg/l NH4-N
0.26 - 10.30 mg/l NH4
Ammonium Test in fresh- and seawater
0.5 - 10 mg/l NH4
50
1.14657.0001
Color card
42
Ammonium Test
0.5 - 10 mg/l NH4
150
1.11117.0001
Color card
42
Ammonium Cell Test
0.5 - 16.0 mg/l NH4-N
25
1.14544.0001
Cell test
92
100
1.00683.0001
Reagent test
92
25
1.14559.0001
Cell test
92
0.6 - 20.6 mg/l NH4
Ammonium Test
2.0 - 150 mg/l NH4-N
2.6 - 193 mg/l NH4
Ammonium Cell Test
4.0 - 80.0 mg/l NH4-N
5.2 - 103.0 mg/l NH4
B
Ammonium Test
5.0 - 20.0 mg/l NH4
50
1.16899.0001
Test strip
60
Ammonium Test
10 - 400 mg/l NH4
100
1.10024.0001
Test strip
32
Ammonium Test
20 - 180 mg/l NH4
50
1.16977.0001
Test strip
60
Antimony
0.10 - 8.00 mg/l Sb
Application
92
AOX Cell Test
0.05 - 2.50 mg/l AOX
25
1.00675.0001
Cell test
92
Arsenic Test
0.001 - 0.100 mg/l As
30
1.01747.0001
Reagent test
92
Arsenic Test
0.005 - 0.5 mg/l As
100
1.17927.0001
Test strip
32
Arsenic Test
0.02 - 3 mg/l As
100
1.17917.0001
Test strip
32
Ascorbic Acid Test
25 - 450 mg/l Ascorbic Acid
50
1.16981.0001
Test strip
60
Ascorbic Acid Test RQeasy®
25 - 450 mg/l Ascorbic Acid
50
1.17963.0001
Test strip
60
Ascorbic Acid Test
50 - 2,000 mg/l Ascorbic Acid
100
1.10023.0001
Test strip
32
BOD Cell Test
0.5 - 3,000 mg/l BOD
50
1.00687.0001
Cell test
94
Boron Test
0.050 - 0.800 mg/l B
60
1.14839.0001
Reagent test
94
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Index B-C
Visual and instrumental test kits
B
C
Parameter
Measuring range
No. of tests
Boron Cell Test
0.05 - 2.00 mg/l B
25
Bromate
0.003 - 0.150 mg/l BrO3
Bromine Test
0.020 - 10.00 mg/l Br2
200
Cadmium Test
0.0020 - 0.500 mg/l Cd
Cadmium Cell Test
0.025 - 1.000 mg/l Cd
Calcium Test
Ord. No.
System / Type
Page
Cell test
94
Application
94
1.00605.0001
Reagent test
94
55
1.01745.0001
Reagent test
94
25
1.14834.0001
Cell test
94
0.20 - 4.00 mg/l Ca
100
1.00049.0001
Reagent test
94
Calcium Test
2 - 200 mg/l Ca
200
1.11110.0001
Titration with pipette
42
Calcium Test
2.5 - 45.0 mg/l Ca
50
1.16993.0001
Test strip
60
Calcium Test
5 - 125 mg/l Ca
50
1.16125.0001
Test strip
60
Calcium Test
5 - 160 mg/l Ca
100
1.14815.0001
Reagent test
94
1.00826.0001
7 - 224 mg/l CaO
12 - 400 mg/l CaCO3
1.0 - 15.0 mg/l Ca
1.4 - 21.0 mg/l CaO
2.5 - 37.5 mg/l CaCO3
Calcium Test
10 - 100 mg/l Ca
60
1.10083.0001
Test strip
32
Calcium Cell Test
10 - 250 mg/l Ca
25
1.00858.0001
Cell test
94
300
1.08048.0001
Titration with pipette
42
100
1.11103.0001
Titration with dropping
42
14 - 350 mg/l CaO
25 - 624 mg/l CaCO3
Carbohydrazide
see Oxygen Scavengers Test
Carbonate Hardness Test /
0.25 - 25 °e
Acid capacity to pH 4.3 (“SBV”, ANC)
(ANC 0.1 - 7.2 mmol/l)
Carbonate Hardness Test /
1 drop corresponds to 1.25 °e
bottle
Acid capacity to pH 4.3 (“SBV”, ANC)
Carbonate Hardness Test
1 drop corresponds to 1.25 °e
50
1.14653.0001
Titration with dropping
42
bottle
in fresh- and seawater
Carbonate Hardness Test
5 - 30 °e
100
1.10648.0001
Test strip
32
Chloride Test
0.10 - 5.00 mg/l Cl
100
1.01807.0001
Reagent test
94
Chloride Cell Test
0.5 - 15.0 mg/l Cl
25
1.01804.0001
Cell test
94
Chloride Test
2 - 200 mg/l Cl
200
1.11106.0001
Titration with pipette
42
Chloride Test
2.5 - 250 mg/l Cl
Reagent test
94
100
1.14897.0001
175
1.14897.0002
Chloride Test
3 - 300 mg/l Cl
200
1.14753.0001
Disk comparator
42
Chloride Cell Test
5 - 125 mg/l Cl
25
1.14730.0001
Cell test
94
Chloride Test
5 - 300 mg/l Cl
400
1.14401.0001
Color card comparator
42
Chloride Test
1 drop corresponds to 25 mg/l Cl
100
1.11132.0001
Titration with dropping
42
bottle
Chloride Test
500 - 3,000 mg/l Cl
100
1.10079.0001
Test strip
32
Chlorine Test (free chlorine)
0.01 - 0.3 mg/l Cl2
400
1.14434.0001
Color card comparator
42
Chlorine Test (free chlorine)
0.010 - 6.00 mg/l Cl2
Reagent test
94
200
1.00598.0002
1,200
1.00598.0001
0.03 - 6.00 mg/l Cl2
200
1.00595.0001
Cell test
94
0.1 - 2 mg/l Cl2
100
1.14670.0001
Color card
42
0.1 - 2 mg/l Cl2
600
1.14978.0001
Disk comparator
42
USEPA approved
Chlorine Cell Test (free chlorine)
USEPA approved
Chlorine Test (free chlorine)
in freshwater and seawater
Chlorine Test (free chlorine) (liquid)
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Parameter
C
Measuring range
No. of tests
Ord. No.
System / Type
Page
Chlorine Test (free chlorine)
0.25 - 15 mg/l Cl2
1000
1.14976.0001
Disk comparator
42
Chlorine Test (free chlorine)
0.5 - 10.0 mg/l Cl2
50
1.16896.0001
Test strip
60
Chlorine Test (free chlorine)
0.5 - 20 mg/l Cl2
75
1.17925.0001
Test strip
32
Chlorine Test (free chlorine)
25 - 500 mg/l Cl2
100
1.17924.0001
Test strip
32
Chlorine Test (total chlorine)
0.010 - 6.00 mg/l Cl2
200
1.00602.0001
Reagent test
94
1200
1.00602.0002
200
1.00599.0001
Reagent test
96
1.00597.0001
Cell test
96
1.14801.0001
Disk comparator
42
1.14826.0001
Disk comparator
42
USEPA approved
Chlorine Test (free and total chlorine)
0.010 - 6.00 mg/l Cl2
USEPA approved
Chlorine Cell Test
(100 each)
0.03 - 6.00 mg/l Cl2
(free and total chlorine) USEPA approved
Chlorine Test (liquid)
0.1 - 2 mg/l Cl2
800
(400 each)
(free and total chlorine)
Chlorine Test
200
(100 each)
0.25 - 15 mg/l Cl2
800
(400 each)
(free and total chlorine)
Chlorine Reagent Cl2-1 (liquid)
0.010 - 6.00 mg/l Cl2
200
1.00086.0001
Reagent test
96
Chlorine Reagent Cl2-2 (liquid)
0.010 - 6.00 mg/l Cl2
400
1.00087.0001
Reagent test
96
Chlorine Reagent Cl2-3 (liquid)
0.010 - 6.00 mg/l Cl2
600
1.00088.0001
Reagent test
96
Chlorine- and pH Test
0.1 - 1.5 mg/l Cl2
150 (chlorine)
1.11160.0001
Sliding comparator
44
(free chlorine)
pH 6.5 - 7.9
1.11174.0001
Color-matching vessel
44
Chlorine- and pH Test
0.1 - 1.5 mg/l Cl2
(free and total chlorine)
pH 6.8 - 7.8
150 (pH)
200 (chlorine)
200 (pH)
Chlorine Dioxide Test
0.020 - 0.55 mg/l ClO2
300
1.18754.0001
Color card comparator
44
Chlorine Dioxide Test
0.020 - 10.00 mg/l ClO2
200
1.00608.0001
Reagent test
96
Chlorine Dioxide Test
0.50 - 28 mg/l ClO2
300
1.18756.0001
Disk comparator
44
Chlorophyll-a and phaeophytin-a
Application
96
Chlorophyll-a, -b, -c
Application
96
Chromate Test
0.010 - 3.00 mg/l Cr
for the determination of chromium (VI)
0.02 - 6.69 mg/l CrO4
Chromate Cell Test
0.05 - 2.00 mg/l Cr
for the determination of chromium (VI)
0.11 - 4.46 mg/l CrO4
250
1.14758.0001
Reagent test
96
25
1.14552.0001
Cell test
96
and chromium (total) USEPA approved
Chromate Test
0.01 - 0.22 mg/l CrO4
150
1.14402.0001
Color card comparator
44
Chromate Test
0.2 - 3.6 mg/l CrO4
300
1.14441.0001
Color card comparator
44
Chromate Test
0.2 - 22 mg/l CrO4
300
1.14756.0001
Disk comparator
44
Chromate Test
3 - 100 mg/l CrO4
100
1.10012.0001
Test strip
32
Chromium in electroplating baths
4 - 400 g/l CrO3
Application
96
Cobalt Test
10 - 1,000 mg/l Co
100
1.10002.0001
Test strip
32
COD Cell Test USEPA approved
4.0 - 40.0 mg/l COD
25
1.14560.0001
Cell test
96
COD Cell Test
5.0 - 80.0 mg/l COD
1.01796.0001
Cell test
96
COD Cell Test USEPA approved
10 - 150 mg/l COD
25
1.14540.0001
Cell test
96
COD Cell Test USEPA approved
15 - 300 mg/l COD
25
1.14895.0001
Cell test
96
COD Cell Test USEPA approved
25 - 1,500 mg/l COD
25
1.14541.0001
Cell test
96
COD Cell Test USEPA approved
50 - 500 mg/l COD
25
1.14690.0001
Cell test
96
COD Cell Test USEPA approved
300 - 3,500 mg/l COD
25
1.14691.0001
Cell test
98
COD Cell Test USEPA approved
500 - 10,000 mg/l COD
25
1.14555.0001
Cell test
98
COD Cell Test
5000 - 90,000 mg/l COD
25
1.01797.0001
Cell test
98
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Index C-F
Visual and instrumental test kits
C
Parameter
Measuring range
COD Cell Test for seawater /
5.0 - 60.0 mg/l COD
No. of tests
Ord. No.
System / Type
Page
25
1.17058.0001
Cell test
98
50 - 3,000 mg/l COD
25
1.17059.0001
Cell test
98
COD Cell Test (Hg free)
10 - 150 mg/l COD
25
1.09772.0001
Cell test
98
COD Cell Test (Hg free)
100 - 1,500 mg/l COD
25
1.09773.0001
Cell test
98
Color, ADMI
2.0 - 500 mg/l
Physical method
98
Color, Hazen
0.2 - 500 mg/l
Physical method
98
Color, Hazen
1 - 1,000 (at 445, 455, 465 nm) mg/l
Physical method
98
Color, Spectral Absorption Coefficient
0.5 - 250 m-1 mg/l
Physical method
98
Color, true color
2 - 2,500 mg/l
Color Test
5 - 150 Hz
high chloride contents
COD Cell Test for seawater /
high chloride contents
Physical method
98
1.14421.0001
Color card comparator
44
Compact Laboratory for aquaculture
1.11102.0001
Compact lab
52
Compact Laboratory for soil analysis
1.14602.0001
Compact lab
52
no limit
1.11151.0001
Compact lab
53
3 x 4.8 m
1.09514.0003
pH test paper
24
0.02 - 6.00 mg/l Cu
250
1.14767.0001
Reagent test
98
Copper Test
0.05 - 0.5 mg/l Cu
125
1.14414.0001
Color card comparator
44
Copper Cell Test
0.05 - 8.00 mg/l Cu
25
1.14553.0001
Cell test
98
Copper Test in freshwater and seawater
0.15 - 1.6 mg/l Cu
50
1.14651.0001
Color card
44
Copper Test
0.3 - 5 mg/l Cu
125
1.14418.0001
Color card comparator
44
Copper Test
0.3 - 10 mg/l Cu
125
1.14765.0001
Disk comparator
44
Copper Test
10 - 300 mg/l Cu
100
1.10003.0001
Test strip
32
Copper in electroplating baths
2.0 - 80.0 g/l Cu
Application
98
Cyanide Test
0.002 - 0.03 mg/l CN
65
1.14417.0001
Color card comparator
44
Cyanide Test
0.0020 - 0.500 mg/l CN
100
1.09701.0001
Reagent test
98
0.010 - 0.500 mg/l CN
25
1.14561.0001
Cell test
Compact Laboratory for water testing
Congo red paper
pH <3 blue-violet / >5 red-orange
Copper Test
for the determination of free and readily
liberated cyanide
Cyanide Cell Test
100
for the determination of free and readily
liberated cyanide USEPA approved
D
F
Cyanide Test
0.03 - 0.7 mg/l CN
200
1.14429.0001
Color card comparator
44
Cyanide Test
0.03 - 5 mg/l CN
200
1.14798.0001
Disk comparator
44
Cyanide Test
1 - 30 mg/l CN
100
1.10044.0001
Test strip
Cyanuric acid Test
2 - 160 mg/l Cyanuric acid
100
1.19253.0001
Reagent test
100
32
DEHA (Diethylhydroxylamine)
see Oxygen Scavengers Test
Detergents
see Surfactants
Fluoride Test
0.02 - 2.00 mg/l F
250 ml
1.00822.0250
Cell test
100
Fluoride Cell Test
0.10 - 1.80 mg/l F
25
1.00809.0001
Cell test
100
Reagent test
100
0.025 - 0.500 mg/l F
Fluoride Test
12
0.10 - 20.0 mg/l F
100
1.14598.0001
250
1.14598.0002
Fluoride Test
0.15 - 0.8 mg/l F
100
1.18771.0001
Color card
Formaldehyde Test
0.02 - 8.00 mg/l HCHO
100
1.14678.0001
Reagent test
Formaldehyde Test
0.1 - 1.5 mg/l HCHO
100
1.08028.0001
Sliding comparator
Formaldehyde Cell Test
0.10 - 8.00 mg/l HCHO
25
1.14500.0001
Cell test
44
100
44
100
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F
Parameter
Measuring range
Formaldehyde Test
1.0 - 45.0 mg/l HCHO
Formaldehyde Test
10 - 100 mg/l HCHO
Free Fatty Acids
0.5 - 3.0 mg/g KOH
H
Ord. No.
System / Type
Page
50
1.16989.0001
Test strip
60
100
1.10036.0001
Test strip
32
100
1.17046.0001
Test strip
32
60
1.10652.0001
Deep-frying fats test
50
Glucose Test
1 - 100 mg/l Glucose
50
1.16720.0001
Test strip
60
Glucose Test
10 - 500 mg/l Glucose
50
1.17866.0001
Test strip
Gold Test
0.5 - 12.0 mg/l Au
75
1.14821.0002
Reagent test
Hardness
see Residual Hardness or Total Hardness
Hazen Color Number (Pt/Co, APHA, Hazen)
0 - 1,000 Pt/Co or Cu
Physical method
100
Hydrazine Test
0.005 - 2.00 mg/l N2H4
100
1.09711.0001
Reagent test
100
Hydrazine Test
0.1 - 1 mg/l N2H4
100
1.08017.0001
Color-matching vessel
Hydrogen Peroxide
see also Peroxide
Hydrogen Peroxide Test
0.015 - 6.00 mg/l H2O2
100
1.18789.0001
Reagent test
100
Hydrogen Peroxide Cell Test
2.0 - 20.0 mg/l H2O2
25
1.14731.0001
Cell test
100
50
1.17952.0001
Test strip
Fritest®
G
No. of tests
32
100
44
0.25 - 5.00 mg/l H2O2
I
L
Hydrogen sulfide
see Sulfide
Hydroquinone
see Oxygen Scavengers Test
Hydroxymethylfurfural Test
1.0 - 60.0 mg/l HMF
Iodine Color Number
0.010 - 50.0 IFZ
60
Physical method
100
Iodine Test
0.050 - 10.00 mg/l I2
200
1.00606.0001
Reagent test
100
Iron Test
0.005 - 5.00 mg/l Fe
250
1.14761.0002
Reagent test
100
1,000
1.14761.0001
Iron Test
0.01 - 0.2 mg/l Fe
300
1.14403.0001
Color card comparator
Iron Test
0.010 - 5.00 mg/l Fe
150
1.00796.0001
Reagent test
Iron Test in freshwater and seawater
0.05 - 1 mg/l Fe
50
1.14660.0001
Color card
Iron Cell Test
0.05 - 4.00 mg/l Fe
25
1.14549.0001
Cell test
Iron Test
0.1 - 5 mg/l Fe
500
1.14759.0001
Disk comparator
44
Iron Test
0.1 - 50 mg/l Fe
200
1.11136.0001
Color-matching vessel
44
Iron Test
0.2 - 2.5 mg/l Fe
500
1.14438.0001
Color card comparator
46
Iron Test
0.25 - 15 mg/l Fe
300
1.14404.0001
Color card comparator
46
Iron Test
0.5 - 20.0 mg/l Fe(II)
50
1.16982.0001
Test strip
60
Iron Cell Test
1.0 - 50.0 mg/l Fe
25
1.14896.0001
Cell test
100
Iron Test
3 - 500 mg/l Fe(II)
100
1.10004.0001
Test strip
32
Iron Test
20 - 200 mg/l Fe(II)
50
1.16983.0001
Test strip
60
Isoascorbic acid (Erythorbic acid)
see Oxygen Scavengers Test
Lactic Acid Test
3 - 60.0 mg/l Lactic acid
50
1.16127.0001
Test strip
Lead Test
0.010 - 5.00 mg/l Pb
50
1.09717.0001
Reagent test
100
Lead Cell Test
0.10 - 5.00 mg/l Pb
Lead Test
20 - 500 mg/l Pb
Lead(II) acetat paper
44
100
44
100
60
25
1.14833.0001
Cell test
100
100
1.10077.0001
Test strip
32
Sulfide from 10 mg/l
3 x 4.8 m
1.09511.0003
Reagent paper
34
Litmus paper, blue
pH <7 red / >7 blue
3 x 4.8 m
1.09486.0003
pH test paper
24
Litmus paper, red
pH <7 red / >7 blue
3 x 4.8 m
1.09489.0003
pH test paper
M Magnesium Cell Test
5.0 - 75.0 mg/l mg
25
1.00815.0001
Cell test
102
Magnesium Test
5 - 100 mg/l mg
50
1.16124.0001
Test strip
60
Magnesium Test
100 - 1,500 mg/l mg
50
1.11131.0001
Color card
46
Malic Acid Test
5.0 - 60.0 mg/l Malic acid
50
1.16128.0001
Test strip
60
24
13
Index M-N
Visual and instrumental test kits
Parameter
Measuring range
No. of tests
Ord. No.
System / Type
Page
M Manganese Test
0.005 - 2.00 mg/l Mn
250
1.01846.0001
Reagent test
102
Manganese Test
0.010 - 10.0 mg/l Mn
250
1.14770.0002
Reagent test
102
500
1.14770.0001
Manganese Test
0.03 - 0.5 mg/l Mn
120
1.14406.0001
Color card comparator
Manganese Cell Test
0.10 - 5.00 mg/l Mn
25
1.00816.0001
Cell test
Manganese Test
0.3 - 10 mg/l Mn
120
1.14768.0001
Disk comparator
Manganese Test
2 - 100 mg/l Mn
100
1.10080.0001
Test strip
Mercury
0.025 - 1.000 Hg
Methylethylketoxime (2-Butanoneoxime)
see Oxygen Scavengers Test
Molybdenum Cell Test
0.02 - 1.00 mg/l Mo
46
102
46
32
Application
102
25
1.00860.0001
Cell test
102
100
1.19252.0001
Reagent test
102
0.03 - 1.67 mg/l MoO42+
0.04 - 2.15 mg/l Na2MoO4
Molybdenum Test
0.5 - 45.0 mg/l Mo
0.8 - 75.0 mg/l MoO42+
1.1 - 96.6 mg/l Na2MoO4
Molybdenum Test
5 - 250 mg/l Mo
100
1.10049.0001
Test strip
Monochloramine Test
0.050 - 10.00 mg/l Cl2
150
1.01632.0001
Reagent test
32
102
0.036 - 7.25 mg/l NH2Cl
0.010 - 1.96 mg/l NH2Cl-N
N
Nickel Test
0.02 - 0.5 mg/l Ni
125
1.14420.0001
Color card comparator
Nickel Test
0.02 - 5.00 mg/l Ni
250
1.14785.0001
Reagent test
102
Nickel Cell Test
0.10 - 6.00 mg/l Ni
25
1.14554.0001
Cell test
102
Nickel Test
0.5 - 10 mg/l Ni
500
1.14783.0001
Disk comparator
46
Nickel Test
10 - 500 mg/l Ni
100
1.10006.0001
Test strip
32
Nickel in electroplating baths
2.0 - 120 g/l Ni
Application
Nitrate (UV)
0.0 - 7.0 mg/l
Application
102
Nitrate Test
0.10 - 25.0 mg/l NO3-N
100
1.09713.0001
Reagent test
102
0.4 - 110.7 mg/l NO3
250
1.09713.0002
0.2 - 20.0 mg/l NO3-N
100
1.14773.0001
Reagent test
102
100
1.01842.0001
Reagent test
102
25
1.14542.0001
Cell test
102
25
1.14563.0001
Cell test
102
Nitrate Test
46
102
0.9 - 88.5 mg/l NO3
Nitrate Test
0.3 - 30.0 mg/l
1.3 - 132.8 mg/l
Nitrate Cell Test
0.5 - 18.0 mg/l NO3-N
2.2 - 79.7 mg/l NO3
Nitrate Cell Test
0.5 - 25.0 mg/l NO3-N
2.2 - 110.7 mg/l NO3
Nitrate Test
3 - 90 mg/l NO3
50
1.16995.0001
Test strip
60
Nitrate Cell Test
1.0 - 50.0 mg/l NO3-N
25
1.14764.0001
Cell test
102
4 - 221 mg/l NO3
14
Nitrate Test
5 - 90 mg/l NO3
90
1.18387.0001
Disk comparator
46
Nitrate Test
5 - 225 mg/l NO3
50
1.16971.0001
Test strip
60
Nitrate Test RQeasy®
5 - 250 mg/l NO3
50
1.17961.0001
Test strip
60
Nitrate Test in freshwater
10 - 150 mg/l NO3
100
1.11169.0001
Color card
46
Nitrate Test
10 - 150 mg/l NO3
200
1.11170.0001
Sliding comparator
46
Nitrate Test
10 - 500 mg/l NO3
25
1.10020.0002
Test strip
32
100
1.10020.0001
Index N-O
www.merckmillipore.com/test-kits
Visual and instrumental test kits
Parameter
N
Measuring range
No. of tests
Ord. No.
System / Type
Nitrate Test
10 - 500 mg/l NO3
Nitrate Cell Test
23 - 225 mg/l NO3-N
Page
1,000
1.10092.0021
Individually sealed
25
1.00614.0001
Cell test
102
25
1.14556.0001
Cell test
104
50
1.14942.0001
Reagent test
104
110
1.14408.0001
Color card comparator
Reagent test
32
102 - 996 mg/l NO3
Nitrate Cell Test in seawater
0.10 - 3.00 mg/l NO3-N
0.4 - 13.3 mg/l NO3
Nitrate Test in seawater
0.2 - 17.0 mg/l NO3-N
0.9 - 75.3 mg/l NO3
Nitrite Test
Nitrite Test
0.005 - 0.1 mg/l NO2
0.002 - 1.00 mg/l NO2-N
0.007 - 3.28 mg/l NO2
Nitrite Test
0.025 - 0.5 mg/l NO2
Nitrite Cell Test
0.010 - 0.700 mg/l NO2-N
335
1.14776.0002
1,000
1.14776.0001
200
1.08025.0001
Sliding comparator
25
1.14547.0001
Cell test
46
104
46
104
0.03 - 2.30 mg/l NO2
Nitrite Test in freshwater and seawater
0.05 - 1 mg/l NO2
100
1.14658.0001
Color card
46
Nitrite Test
0.1 - 2 mg/l NO2
400
1.14424.0001
Color card comparator
46
Nitrite Test
0.1 - 10 mg/l NO2
400
1.14774.0001
Disk comparator
46
Nitrite Test
0.5 - 10 mg/l NO2
75
1.10057.0001
Test strip
32
Nitrite Test
0.5 - 25.0 mg/l NO2
50
1.16973.0001
Test strip
60
Nitrite Test
2 - 80 mg/l NO2
25
1.10007.0002
Test strip
32
100
1.10007.0001
Nitrite Cell Test
1.0 - 90.0 mg/l NO2-N
25
1.00609.0001
Cell test
104
3.3 - 295.2 mg/l NO2
O
50
1.16732.0001
Test strip
60
100
1.10022.0001
Test strip
32
0.5 - 15.0 mg/l N
25
1.00613.0001
Cell test
104
0.5 - 15.0 mg/l N
25
1.14537.0001
Cell test
104
Nitrogen (total) Cell Test
10 - 150 mg/l N
25
1.14763.0001
Cell test
104
Organic Carbon, Total
see TOC
Nitrite Test
0.03 - 1.00 g/l NO2
Nitrite Test
0.1 - 3 g/l NO2
Nitrogen (total) Cell Test
Nitrogen (total) Cell Test
60
1.10653.0001
Deep-frying fats test
50
Oxygen Test
0.1 - 10 mg/l O2
100
1.11107.0001
Titration with pipette
46
Oxygen Test
1 drop corresponds to 0.5 mg/l O2
100
1.17117.0001
Titration with dropping
46
Oxifrit Test®
bottle
Oxygen Cell Test
0.5 - 12 mg/l O2
25
1.14694.0001
Cell test
Oxygen Test in freshwater and seawater
1 - 12 mg/l O2
50
1.14662.0001
Color card
Oxygen demand, biochemical
see BOD
200
1.19251.0001
Reagent test
Oxygen demand, chemical
see COD
Oxygen Scavengers Test
0.020 - 0.500 mg/l DEHA
104
46
104
0.027 - 0.666 mg/l Carbohy
0.05 - 1.32 mg/l Hydro
0.08 - 1.95 mg/l ISA
0.09 - 2.17 mg/l MEKO
Ozone Test
0.007 - 0.20 mg/l O3
300
1.18755.0001
Color card comparator
Ozone Test
0.010 - 4.00 mg/l O3
200
1.00607.0001
Reagent test
Ozone Test
0.15 - 10 mg/l O3
1,200
1.00607.0002
300
1.18758.0001
Disk comparator
46
104
46
15
Index P
Visual and instrumental test kits
P
Parameter
Measuring range
Palladium
0.05 - 1.25 mg/l Pd
Peracetic Acid Test
1.0 - 22.5 mg/l Peracetic acid
Peracetic Acid Test
5 - 50 mg/l Peracetic acid
Peracetic Acid Test
Peracetic Acid Test
No. of tests
Ord. No.
System / Type
Application
Page
104
50
1.16975.0001
Test strip
60
100
1.10084.0001
Test strip
32
20 - 100 mg/l Peracetic acid
50
1.17956.0001
Test strip
60
75 - 400 mg/l Peracetic acid
50
1.16976.0001
Test strip
60
Peracetic Acid Test
100 - 500 mg/l Peracetic acid
100
1.10001.0001
Test strip
32
Peracetic Acid Test
500 - 2,000 mg/l Peracetic acid
100
1.17922.0001
Test strip
32
Peroxidase Test
yes/no result
100
1.17828.0001
Test strip
32
Peroxide
see also Hydrogen peroxide
Peroxide Test
0.2 - 20.0 mg/l H2O2
50
1.16974.0001
Test strip
60
Peroxide Test
0.5 - 25 mg/l H2O2
25
1.10011.0002
Test strip
34
100
1.10011.0001
100
1.10081.0001
Test strip
34
50
1.16731.0001
Test strip
60
100
1.10337.0001
Peroxide Test
1 - 100 mg/l H2O2
Peroxide Test
100 - 1,000 mg/l H2O2
Peroxide Test
100 - 1,000 mg/l H2O2
pH indicator papers
see separate list of pH indicator papers
pH indicator strips
see separate list of pH indicator strips
pH indicator liquid
pH 0 - 5.5
pH Test
pH 1.0 - 5.0
pH Test
pH 4.0 - 9.0
pH Universal indicator liquid
pH 4 - 10
Test strip
34
3 x 4.8 m
pH test paper
24
100
pH test strips
25
100 ml
1.09177.0100
Color card
48
50
1.16894.0001
Test strip
60
50
1.16996.0001
Test strip
60
100 ml
1.09175.0100
Color card
48
1l
1.09175.1000
pH Test
pH 4.5 - 9
100
1.08038.0001
Color-matching vessel
48
pH Test
pH 4.5 - 9
400
1.08027.0001
Sliding comparator
48
pH Test in freshwater and seawater
pH 5.0 - 9.0
200
1.18773.0001
Color card
pH Cell Test
pH 6.4 - 8.8
280
1.01744.0001
Cell test
pH Test in swimming pool
pH 6.5 - 8.2
200
1.14669.0001
Color card
48
pH Test for Cooling Lubricants
pH 7.0 - 10.0
50
1.16898.0001
Test strip
60
pH indicator liquid
pH 9 - 13
100 ml
1.09176.0100
Color card
48
Application
104
Phaeophytin-a and Chlorophyll-a
Phenol Test
0.002 - 0.100 mg/l Phenol
48
104
50 - 250
1.00856.0001
Reagent test
104
104
0.025 - 5.00 mg/l Phenol
Phenol Cell Test
0.10 - 2.50 mg/l Phenol
Phenolphthalein paper
pH <8.5 colorless / >8.5 red
Phosphatase, Alkaline
see Alkaline Phosphatase
25
1.14551.0001
Cell test
3 x 4.8 m
1.09521.0003
pH test paper
24
Reagent test
104
Phosphate Test
0.010 - 5.00 mg/l PO4-P
220
1.14848.0002
(ortho-phosphate)
0.03 - 15.3 mg/l PO4
420
1.14848.0001
0.02 - 11.46 mg/l P2O5
Phosphate Test
0.046 - 0.43 mg/l PO4
200
1.18394.0001
Color card comparator
48
Phosphate Test RQflex® plus
0.1 - 5.0 mg/l PO4
100
1.17942.0001
Reagent test
60
25
1.00474.0001
Cell test
104
25
1.14543.0001
Cell test
106
100
1.14661.0001
Color card
Phosphate Cell Test
0.05 - 5.0 mg/l PO4-P
(ortho-phosphate)
0.2 - 15.3 mg/l PO4
0.11 - 11.46 mg/l P2O5
16
Phosphate Cell Test
0.05 - 5.00 mg/l PO4-P
(ortho-phosphate and total phosphorus)
0.2 - 15.3 mg/l PO4
USEPA approved
0.11 - 11.46 mg/l P2O5
Phosphate Test in freshwater and seawater
0.25 - 3 mg/l PO4
48
Index P-R
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Visual and instrumental test kits
Parameter
P
Measuring range
No. of tests
Ord. No.
System / Type
Page
Phosphate Test
0.6 - 9.2 mg/l PO4
200
1.14846.0001
Disk comparator
Phosphate Test
1.3 - 13.4 mg/l PO4
200
1.11138.0001
Color-matching vessel
Phosphate Cell Test
0.5 - 25.0 mg/l PO4-P
25
1.00475.0001
Cell test
106
(ortho-phosphate)
1.5 - 76.7 mg/l PO4
25
1.14729.0001
Cell test
106
25
1.14546.0001
Cell test
106
400
1.14842.0001
Reagent test
106
48
48
1.1 - 57.3 mg/l P2O5
Phosphate Cell Test
0.5 - 25.0 mg/l PO4-P
(ortho-phosphate and total phosphorus)
1.5 - 76.7 mg/l PO4
USEPA approved
1.1 - 57.3 mg/l P2O5
Phosphate Cell Test
0.5 - 25.0 mg/l PO4-P
(ortho-phosphate)
1.5 - 76.7 mg/l PO4
1.1 - 57.3 mg/l P2O5
Phosphate Test
0.5 - 30.0 mg/l PO4-P
(ortho-phosphate)
1.5 - 92.0 mg/l PO4
1.1 - 68.7 mg/l P2O5
Phosphate Test
3.1 - 123 mg/l PO4
190
1.14449.0001
Color card comparator
Phosphate Test
1.0 - 100.0 mg/l PO4-P
100
1.00798.0001
Reagent test
(ortho-phosphate)
3 - 307 mg/l PO4
300
1.18388.0001
Disk comparator
48
106
2 - 229 mg/l P2O5
Phosphate Test
4.6 - 307 mg/l PO4
Phosphate Test
5 - 120 mg/l PO4
50
1.16978.0001
Test strip
60
Phosphate Cell Test
3.0 - 100.0 mg/l PO4-P
25
1.00616.0001
Cell test
106
(ortho-phosphate)
9 - 307 mg/l PO4
25
1.00673.0001
Cell test
106
100
1.10428.0001
Test strip
48
7 - 229 mg/l P2O5
Phosphate Cell Test
3.0 - 100 mg/l PO4-P
(ortho-phosphate and total phosphorus)
9 - 307 mg/l PO4
7 - 229 mg/l P2O5
Q
R
Phosphate Test
10 - 500 mg/l PO4
Platinum
0.10 - 1.25 mg/l Pt
34
Application
106
60
Platinum-Cobalt Standard Method
see Color
Potassium Test RQflex® plus
1.0 - 25.0 mg/l K
100
1.17945.0001
Reagent test
Potassium Cell Test
5.0 - 50.0 mg/l K
25
1.14562.0001
Cell test
106
Potassium Cell Test
30 - 300 mg/l K
25
1.00615.0001
Cell test
106
Potassium Test
0.25 - 1.20 g/l K
50
1.16992.0001
Test strip
60
Potassium Test
250 - 1,500 mg/l K
100
1.17985.0001
Test strip
34
Potassium iodide-starch paper
Oxidizing agents
3 x 4.8 m
1.09512.0003
Reagent paper
34
Protein-Test
0.01 - 1.4 g/l Protein
200
1.10306.0500
Reagent test
106
Protein-Test
0.5 - 10 g/l Protein
250
1.10307.0500
Reagent test
106
Quaternary Ammonium Compounds
see also Surfactants (cationic)
Quaternary Ammonium Compounds
10 - 500 mg/l Benzalkonium chloride
100
1.17920.0001
Test strip
34
Residual Hardness Test
0.05 - 0.19 °e
400
1.11142.0001
Color card
48
25
1.14683.0001
Cell test
0.7 - 2.7 mg/l CaCO3
Residual Hardness Cell Test
0.50 - 5.00 mg/l Ca
106
0.070 - 0.700 °d
0.087 - 0.874 °e
0.12 - 1.25 °f
0.70 - 7.00 mg/l CaO
1.2 - 12.5 mg/l CaCO3
17
Index S
Visual and instrumental test kits
S
Parameter
Measuring range
SAC (Spectral absorption coefficient)
0.5 - 50.0 m-1
Silicate (Silicic Acid) Test
0.0005 - 0.5000 SiO2
No. of tests
Ord. No.
System / Type
Page
Physical method
108
100
1.01813.0001
Reagent test
108
300
1.14794.0001
Reagent test
108
150
1.14410.0001
Color card comparator
48
150
1.14792.0001
Disk comparator
48
100
1.00857.0001
Reagent test
108
100
1.14831.0001
Reagent test
108
25
1.00885.0001
Cell test
108
0.0002 - 0.2337 Si
Silicate (Silicic Acid) Test
0.011 - 10.70 mg/l SiO2
0.005 - 5.00 mg/l Si
Silicate (Silicic Acid) Test
0.01 - 0.25 mg/l Si
0.02 - 0.53 mg/l SiO2
Silicate (Silicic Acid)Test
0.3 - 10 mg/l Si
0.6 - 21 mg/l SiO2
Silicate (Silicic Acid) Test
1.1 - 1,070 mg/l SiO2
0.5 - 500 mg/l Si
Silicic Acid
see Silicate
Silver Test
0.25 - 3.00 mg/l Ag
Sodium Cell Test
10 - 300 mg/l Na
in nutrient solution for fertilization
Spectral Absorption Coefficient, Color
0.5 - 250 m-1
Application
108
Spectral Attenuation Coefficient
0.5 - 250 m-1
Application
108
Sucrose Test
0.25 - 2.5 g/l
50
1.16141.0001
Test strip
100
1.01812.0001
Reagent test
108
60
Sulfate Test
0.50 - 50.0 SO4
Sulfate Cell Test USEPA approved
5 - 250 mg/l SO4
25
1.14548.0001
Cell test
108
Sulfate Test
25 - 300 mg/l SO4
200
1.14791.0001
Cell test
108
Sulfate Test
25 - 300 mg/l SO4
75
1.18389.0001
Disk comparator
Sulfate Test
25 - 300 mg/l SO4
90
1.14411.0001
Color card comparator
Sulfate Cell Test
50 - 500 mg/l SO4
25
1.00617.0001
Cell test
108
48
48
Sulfate Cell Test USEAP approved
100 - 1,000 mg/l SO4
25
1.14564.0001
Cell test
108
Sulfate Test
200 - 1,600 mg/l SO4
100
1.10019.0001
Test strip
34
Sulfide Test
0.02 - 0.25 mg/l S2-
100
1.14416.0001
Color card comparator
Sulfide Test
0.020 - 1.50 mg/l S2-
220
1.14779.0001
Reagent test
Sulfide Test
0.1 - 5 mg/l S2-
200
1.14777.0001
Disk comparator
48
Sulfite Test
0.5 - 50 mg/l Na2SO3
200
1.11148.0001
Titration with pipette
48
25
1.14394.0001
Cell test
108
150
1.01746.0001
Reagent test
108
48
108
(0.3 - 32 mg/l SO3)
Sulfite Cell Test
1.0 - 20.0 mg/l SO3
0.05 - 3.00 mg/l SO3
Sulfite Test
1.0 - 60.0 mg/l SO3
0.8 - 48.0 mg/l SO2
18
Sulfite Test
10 - 200 mg/l SO3
50
1.16987.0001
Test strip
60
Sulfite Test
10 - 400 mg/l SO3
100
1.10013.0001
Test strip
34
Sulfurous Acid, free
see Free Sulfurous Acid
Sulfurous Acid, total
see Total Sulfurous Acid
Surfactants (anionic) Cell Test
0.05 - 2.00 mg/l MBAS
25
1.14697.0001
Cell test
108
Surfactants (cationic) Cell Test
0.05 - 1.50 mg/l CTAB
25
1.01764.0001
Cell test
108
Surfactants (nonionic) Cell Test
0.10 - 7.50 mg/l Triton® X-100
25
1.01787.0001
Cell test
108
Suspended Solids
25 - 750 mg/l suspended solids
Physical method
108
Index T-Z
www.merckmillipore.com/test-kits
Visual and instrumental test kits
T
Parameter
Measuring range
Tin Cell Test
0.10 - 2.50 mg/l Sn
Tin Test
10 - 200 mg/l Sn
TOC Cell Test
Ord. No.
System / Type
25
1.14622.0001
Cell test
50
1.10028.0001
Test strip
34
5.0 - 80.0 mg/l TOC
25
1.14878.0001
Cell test
110
TOC Cell Test
50 - 800 mg/l TOC
25
1.14879.0001
Cell test
110
Total Alkalinity
see Acid capacity to pH 4.3 or Alkalinity
300
1.08047.0001
Titration with pipette
50
0.1 - 30.0 °d
50
1.16997.0001
Test strip
60
0.25 - 25 °e
300
1.08039.0001
Titration with pipette
50
25
1.00961.0001
Cell test
50
1.14652.0001
Titration with dropping
Total Hardness Test
0.13 - 7 °e
No. of tests
Page
110
(1 - 100 mg/l CaCO3)
Total Hardness Test
Total Hardness Test
(0.1 - 3.6 mmol/l)
Total Hardness Cell Test
5 - 215 mg/l Ca
110
0.7 - 30.1 °d
0.9 - 37.6 °e
1.2 - 53.7 °f
7 - 300 mg/l CaO
12 - 537 mg/l CaCO3
Total Hardness Test in freshwater
1 drop corresponds to 1.25 °e
50
bottle
Total Hardness Test
1 drop corresponds to 1.25 °e
100
1.11104.0001
Titration with dropping
Total Hardness Test
1 drop corresponds to 20 mg/l CaCO3
200
1.08312.0001
Titration with dropping
50
bottle
50
bottle
U
V
Total Hardness Test
4 - 26 °e
100
1.10025.0001
Test strip
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Total Hardness Test
4 - 26 °e
1,000
1.10032.0001
Individually sealed
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Total Hardness Test
4 - 26 °e
5,000
1.10029.0001
Individually sealed
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Total Hardness Test
6 - 31 °e
100
1.10046.0001
Test strip
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Total Hardness Test
6 - 31 °e
25,000
1.10047.0013
Individually sealed
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Total Hardness Test
<1.5 - >2.5 mmol/l CaCO3
100
1.17934.0001
Test strip
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Total Nitrogen
see Nitrogen (total)
Total Sugar Test (glucose and fructose)
65 - 650 mg/l total sugar
50
1.16136.0001
Test strip
60
Transmission
0.0 - 100.0 % T
Physical method
110
Turbidity
1 - 100 FAU
Physical method
110
Urea Test
0.3 - 8 mg/l Urea
100
1.14843.0001
Disk comparator
50
Urea Test in Milk Application
0.2 - 7.0 mg/l NH4
50
1.16892.0001
Test strip
60
Volatile Organic Acids Cell Test
50 - 3,000 mg/l acetic acid
100
1.01749.0001
Reagent test
110
Volatile Organic Acids Test
50 - 3,000 mg/l acetic acid
25
1.01809.0001
Reagent test
110
W Water Hardness
see Residual Hardness or Total Hardness
Z
Zinc Cell Test
0.025 - 1.000 mg/l Zn
25
1.00861.0001
Cell test
110
Zinc Test
0.05 - 2.50 mg/l Zn
100
1.14832.0001
Reagent test
110
Zinc Test
0.1 - 5 mg/l Zn
120
1.14780.0001
Disk comparator
Zinc Test
0.1 - 5 mg/l Zn
120
1.14412.0001
Color card comparator
Zinc Cell Test
0.20 - 5.00 mg/l Zn
25
1.14566.0001
Cell test
110
Zinc Test
4 - 50 mg/l Zn
100
1.17953.0001
Test strip
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50
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1/10
of a second is the time the brain needs to
recognize a human face. It then takes less than 90 seconds
to perform the first complete check – and a judgment
is made. Our MColorpHast™ pH test strips and papers
are just as fast. Also impressive is their special packaging:
the SafetyEdge box is designed to ensure secure and
easy handling.
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pH test strips and papers
MColorpHast™
General information
> SafetyEdge box
pH test strips and papers
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MColorpHast™
Simply read the color … fast
pH test strips and papers
With MColorpHast™ you need no instruments or sample preparation. The pH tests
deliver brilliant, color-coded results with ease and speed. What’s more, they are
suitable for all types of media in environmental analysis and industrial in-process
controls. Even highly turbid liquids pose no problems. Our special transparent
test strips ensure clear, reliable measurements – without filtration or clarification.
And, it’s not just the strips that are incredibly convenient, but the packaging,
too. Our SafetyEdge box easily dispenses the strips when you need them – yet
prevents them from falling out when you don’t.
>
SafetyEdge box
Performing pH measurements? Enjoy the ultimate in speed,
simplicity and security with our SafetyEdge box.
Its tamper-proof seal ensures that the box has
not been opened, while its innovative flip-top
corner allows easy removal of pH indicator
strips, but prevents them from falling out.
Find out more about our pH test strips on page
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Benefits
• SafetyEdge box offers maximum security and convenience
• Transparent strips for clear results in lightly colored or turbid liquids,
without sample preparation
• Quick and easy method without preparation
• Non-bleeding strips prevent contamination of the medium
• Brilliant color scales deliver reliable results
Premium pH indicator papers
High-quality filter papers and indicator solutions, combined with a roll format,
protect your tests from external effects, such as moisture, light, and ambient gases.
This also ensures that they can be stored for a longer time.
MColorpHast™ – Non-bleeding pH indicator strips
Special indicator dyes are covalently bound to the
reagent papers. This prevents the indicator from bleeding,
and allows the strips to be left in the measurement
medium indefinitely – without contaminating the sample.
The broad pH test range offers you an
optimal solution for each application area.
Shelf-life and storage
Our indicator papers and strips can be used for 3 to 5 years when stored at temperatures of 10 to 25°C,
protected from light in a dry laboratory atmosphere. To ensure optimal protection of the tests, the package
should be closed immediately after removal of each strip or paper.
Quality assurance
Merck Millipore checks and calibrates its tests using certified buffer solutions. These buffer solutions can
be traced back directly to primary reference materials originating from NIST and PTB. This enables us to
maintain a consistently high quality of our pH tests.
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pH test strips and papers
pH-indicator papers
Product
pH-measuring
range
Graduation
Roll length /
No. of strips
Ord. No.
0.5-1.0-1.5-2.0-2.5-3.0-3.5-4.0-4.5-5.0-
3 x 4.8 m
1.09565.0001
Roll format
pH-Box
0.5 - 13.0
5.5-6.0-6.5-7.0-7.5-8.0-8.5-9.0-9.5-10.010.5-11.0-11.5-12.0-12.5-13.0
pH-indicator paper Replacement rolls*
0.5 - 5.0
0.5-1.0-1.5-2.0-2.5-3.0-3.5-4.0-4.5-5.0
6 x 4.8 m
1.09568.0001
pH-indicator paper Replacement rolls*
5.5 - 9.0
5.5-6.0-6.5-7.0-7.5-8.0-8.5-9.0
6 x 4.8 m
1.09569.0001
pH-indicator paper Replacement rolls*
9.5 - 13.0
9.5-10.0-10.5-11.0-11.5-12.0-12.5-13.0
6 x 4.8 m
1.09570.0001
pH-indicator paper Universal indicator
1 - 14
1.0-2.0-3.0-4.0-5.0-6.0-7.0-8.0-9.0-10.0-
3 x 4.8 m
1.10962.0003
6 x 4.8 m
1.10232.0001
11.0-12.0-13.0-14.0
pH-indicator paper Replacement rolls*
pH-indicator paper Universal indicator
1 - 10
1.0-2.0-3.0-4.0-5.0-6.0-7.0-8.0-9.0-10.0
pH-indicator paper Replacement rolls*
pH-indicator paper Acilit®
0.5 - 5.0
0.5-1.0-1.5-2.0-2.5-3.0-3.5-4.0-4.5-5.0
pH-indicator paper Replacement rolls*
pH-indicator paper Neutralit®
5.5 - 9.0
5.5-6.0-6.5-7.0-7.5-8.0-8.5-9.0
pH-indicator paper Replacement rolls*
pH-indicator paper Alkalit®
9.5 - 13.0
9.5-10.0-10.5-11.0-11.5-12.0-12.5-13.0
pH-indicator paper Replacement rolls*
3 x 4.8 m
1.09526.0003
6 x 4.8 m
1.09527.0001
3 x 4.8 m
1.09560.0003
6 x 4.8 m
1.09568.0001
3 x 4.8 m
1.09564.0003
6 x 4.8 m
1.09569.0001
3 x 4.8 m
1.09562.0003
6 x 4.8 m
1.09570.0001
pH-indicator paper Special indicator
3.8 - 5.4
<3.8-3.8-4.1-4.4-4.6-4.8-5.1-5.4
3 x 4.8 m
1.09555.0003
pH-indicator paper Special indicator
5.4 - 7.0
<5.4-5.4-5.8-6.2-6.4-6.7-7.0->7.0
3 x 4.8 m
1.09556.0003
pH-indicator paper Special indicator
6.4 - 8.0
6.4-6.7-7.0-7.2-7.5-7.7-8.0->8.0
3 x 4.8 m
1.09557.0003
pH-indicator paper Special indicator
8.2 - 10.0
<8.2-8.2-8.5-8.8-9.0-9.3-9.6-10.0
3 x 4.8 m
1.09558.0003
Litmus paper, blue Reag. Ph Eur
pH <7 red / >7 blue
-
3 x 4.8 m
1.09486.0003
Litmus paper, red Reag. Ph Eur
pH <7 red / >7 blue
-
3 x 4.8 m
1.09489.0003
Congo red paper Reag. Ph Eur
pH <3 blue-violet /
-
3 x 4.8 m
1.09514.0003
-
3 x 4.8 m
1.09521.0003
1.0-2.0-3.0-4.0-5.0-6.0-7.0-8.0-9.0-10.0
3 x 100
1.09525.0003
>5 red-orange
Phenolphthalein paper
pH <8.5 colorless /
>8.5 red
Booklet format
pH-indicator paper Universal indicator
1 - 10
On request we are ready to supply pH-indicator paper as special customer orders in other presentations or dimensions, such as DIN A4 and larger.
* Replacement roll without color scale
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MColorpHast™ pH-indicator strips (non-bleeding)
Product
pH-mesasuring
range
pH-indicator strips Universal indicator
0 - 14
Graduation
No. of
test strips
Ord. No.
0-1.0-2.0-3.0-4.0-5.0-6.0-7.0-8.0-9.0-
100
1.09535.0001
10.0-11.0-12.0-13.0-14.0
pH-indicator strips
0 - 6.0
0-0.5-1.0-1.5-2.0-2.5-3.0-3.5-4.0-4.5-5.0-5.5-6.0
100
1.09531.0001
pH-indicator strips
5.0 - 10.0
5.0-5.5-6.0-6.5-7.0-7.5-8.0-8.5-9.0-9.5-10.0
100
1.09533.0001
pH-indicator strips
7.5 - 14.0
7.5-8.0-8.5-9.0-9.5-10.0-10.5-11.0-11.5-
100
1.09532.0001
100
1.09584.0001
12.0-12.5-13.0-13.5-14.0
pH-indicator strips
2.0 - 9.0
2.0-2.5-3.0-3.5-4.0-4.5-5.0-5.5-6.0-6.57.0-7.5-8.0-8.5-9.0
pH-indicator strips
0 - 2.5
0-0.5-1.0-1.3-1.6-1.9-2.2-2.5
100
1.09540.0001
pH-indicator strips
2.5 - 4.5
2.5-3.0-3.3-3.6-3.9-4.2-4.5
100
1.09541.0001
pH-indicator strips
4.0 - 7.0
4.0-4.4-4.7-5.0-5.3-5.5-5.8-6.1-6.5-7.0
100
1.09542.0001
pH-indicator strips
6.5 - 10.0
6.5-6.8-7.1-7.4-7.7-7.9-8.1-8.3-
100
1.09543.0001
8.5-8.7-9.0-9.5-10.0
pH-indicator strips
11.0 - 13.0
11.0-11.5-11.8-12.1-12.3-12.5-12.8-13.0
100
1.09545.0001
2.0 - 9.0
2.0-3.0-4.0-5.0-6.0-7.0-8.0-9.0
100
1.09502.0001
5.2 - 7.2
5.2-5.6-6.0-6.4-6.8-7.2
100
1.09632.0001
2.0 - 9.0
2.0-2.5-3.0-3.5-4.0-4.5-5.0-5.5-6.0-
100
1.09584.1111
1,000
1.09450.0010
25,000
1.09450.0013
For professional use
pH-indicator strips Special indicator
for pH-measurements in turbid solutions
(suspensions)
pH-indicator strips Special indicator
for pH-measurements in meat
pH-indicator strips, CE-certified
6.5-7.0-7.5-8.0-8.5-9.0
for in vitro diagnostics
for semi-quantitative determination
of pH in human urine
pH-indicator strips, singly sealed
2.0 - 9.0
2.0-2.5-3.0-3.5-4.0-4.5-5.0-5.5-6.0-6.57.0-7.5-8.0-8.5-9.0
pH-indicator strips, singly sealed
2.0 - 9.0
2.0-2.5-3.0-3.5-4.0-4.5-5.0-5.5-6.0-6.57.0-7.5-8.0-8.5-9.0
Individually sealed pH-indicator strips are available on request, also for other pH-ranges.
pH indicator strips Singly sealed pH indicator strips
can be included or stuck in books, magazines, or brochures. These
pH indicator strips are also used for product promotion and product
differentiation purposes by adding them to a specific product.
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0.1
%
peracetic acid is enough to kill bacteria,
viruses, fungi and even spores in the shortest possible time.
That’s why it is used for cold septic disinfection of
beverage bottles. Complete disinfection control involves
various test strips in the high and low concentration
ranges. While higher concentrations of peracetic acid are
required for monitoring the strength of the disinfection
solution, lower ranges are more suitable when testing rinse
water for potential residues. In both cases, MQuant™ test
strips offer the most efficient solution for on-site analysis.
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Test strips
MQuant™
General information
> Your brand - our test strips
MQuant™ test strips
Reagent papers
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MQuant™
Screen on the go
Test strips
High-tech and highly portable, MQuant™ test strips are designed for semiquantitative determination of ions and compounds – wherever you go.
These versatile strips can be used in concentration ranges as low as 1 or
10 mg/l, right up to the g/l range.
MQuant™ strips allow you to run a swift screening of your sample’s contents.
This saves you considerable time and costs during analyses, quality checks
and in-process controls. Thanks to the PET film backing material and the low
reagent content, the test strips are also easy to dispose of.
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Benefits
•
•
•
•
Save time and costs during screening
Fast and easy to use
Brilliant color scales deliver reliable results
Waste disposal advice (for test strips with additional reagents)
MQuant™ Free Fatty Acids | Ord. No. 1.17046.0001
Deep-frying causes oils and fats to decompose over time. One of the major by-products of
decomposition is free fatty acids. When these acids exceed an acceptable threshold, they
affect the quality of fried food. Hence, it is important to determine the right time to change
your oil. With MQuant™ Free Fatty Acids visual test strips, you can easily monitor the quality
of your deep-frying oil. This inexpensive yet reliable method requires no special training,
lab instruments or sample preparation. Simply dip the test strip in the oil or fat sample and
read the results.
MQuant™ Disinfection Control
Disinfection is essential in food production, hospital, biotech and pharmaceutical
environments. However, residues from cleaning agents can cause serious problems. MQuant™
test strips help you in two ways. They allow you to monitor the cleaning process by checking
for effective concentrations of disinfectant. Plus, they detect any disinfection residues.
This fast, simple and reliable system offers a comprehensive product range of dip-and-read
strips. These include tests for the following compounds: chlorine, formaldehyde, peracetic acid,
peroxide and quanternary ammonium compounds.
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Screen on the go
MQuant™ – it’s that simple!
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02
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MQuant™ test strips couldn’t be easier to handle.
The reaction zones are wetted with the solution to be tested simply
by dipping them briefly into the liquid sample. Any excess liquid is
then shaken off or removed by drawing the test strip across the edge
of the vessel.
After the specified reaction time of at most one minute has expired,
the color of the reaction zone is compared with the color scale
printed on the tube label and the corresponding concentration is
read off.
Shelf-life and storage
When stored cool (refrigeration is necessary in some cases) and dry, the test strips can be used at least up
to the expiry date printed on the pack. The tube must be reclosed immediately after the removal of each
strip to ensure the remaining test strips are protected.
Quality assurance
Merck Millipore checks and calibrates its tests and the exact comparison colors using certified standard
solutions. These solutions can be traced back directly to primary reference materials originating from NIST
and PTB. This enables us to achieve a consistently high quality of our MQuant™ test strips.
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Your brand –
our test strips
To support the promotion of your product, we offer
customized branding of the single sealed test strips and
test strip tubes. Choose from three options:
Single sealed test strips
Individually sealed test strips can be exclusively customized to your
requirements. These are ideal for inserting in books, magazines and brochures,
or for adhering to products.
Tubes with list items or tailor-made test strips
Design your own tailor-made label in close cooperation with our team.
Personalize almost anything, from the design of the color card to the final
product, and even the measuring range.
Innovative customized products
Even if you need an unlisted test strip for your individual requirements,
we deliver. After verifying its feasibility, we work closely with you to develop
a unique and innovative product.
For more details please visit: www.merckmillipore.com/test-strips
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Test strips | Index A-P
Parameter
A
Graduation
No. of tests
Ord. No.
Method
Type
Aluminium Test
10-25-50-100-250 mg/l Al
100
1.10015.0001
Aurin tricarboxylic acid
Reagent, incl.
Ammonium Test
10-30-60-100-200-400 mg/l NH4
100
1.10024.0001
Neßler
Reagent, incl.
Arsenic Test
0.005-0.01-0.025-0.05-0.1-0.25-0.5 mg/l As
100
1.17927.0001
modified Gutzeit test
Reagent, incl.
0.02-0.05-0.1-0.2-0.5 mg/l As
100
1.17917.0001
modified Gutzeit test
Reagent, incl.
100
1.10023.0001
Phosphormolybdenum blue
100
1.11860.0001
Arsenic Test
0.1-0.5-1.0-1.7-3 mg/l As
Ascorbic Acid Test
50-100-200-300-500-7001,000-2,000 mg/l ascorbic acid
B
C
Blank strip
Calcium Test
10-25-50-100 mg/l Ca
60
1.10083.0001
Glyoxal bishydroxyanil
Carbonate Hardness Test
5-10-15-20-30 °e
100
1.10648.0001
Mixed indicator
Chloride Test
500-1,000-1,500-2,000-3,000 mg/l Cl
100
1.10079.0001
Silver chromate
Chlorine Test (free chlorine)
0.5-1-2-5-10-20 mg/l Cl2
75
1.17925.0001
Redox reaction
Chlorine Test (free chlorine)
25-50-100-200-500 mg/l Cl2
100
1.17924.0001
Redox reaction
Chromate Test
3-10-30-100 mg/l CrO4
100
1.10012.0001
Diphenylcarbazide
Cobalt Test
10-30-100-300-1,000 mg/l Co
100
1.10002.0001
Rhodanide
Copper Test
10-30-100-300 mg/l Cu
100
1.10003.0001
2,2’-Cuproin
Cyanide Test
1-3-10-30 mg/l CN
100
1.10044.0001
Barbituric acid derivative
Reagent, incl.
Formaldehyde Test
10-20-40-60-100 mg/l HCHO
100
1.10036.0001
Triazole
Reagent, incl.
Free Fatty Acids
0.5-1.0-2.0-3.0 mg/g KOH
100
1.17046.0001
pH indicator
G
Glucose Test
10-25-50-100-250-500 mg/l Glucose
50
1.17866.0001
Enzymatic reaction
I
Iron Test
3-10-25-50-100-250-500 mg/l Fe(II)
100
1.10004.0001
2,2’-Bipyridine
L
Lead Test
20-40-100-200-500 mg/l Pb
100
1.10077.0001
Rhodizonic acid
2-5-20-50-100 mg/l Mn
100
1.10080.0001
Oxidation/Redox indicator
Reagent, incl.
5-20-50-100-250 mg/l Mo
100
1.10049.0001
Toluene-3,4-dithiol
Reagent, incl.
F
M Manganese Test
Molybdenum Test
N
P
Nickel Test
10-25-100-250-500 mg/l Ni
100
1.10006.0001
Diacetyldioxime
Nitrate Test
10-25-50-100-250-500 mg/l NO3
100
1.10020.0001
modified Griess’ reaction
Nitrate Test
10-25-50-100-250-500 mg/l NO3
25
1.10020.0002
modified Griess’ reaction
Nitrate Test
10-25-50-100-250-500 mg/l NO3
1,000
1.10092.0021
modified Griess’ reaction
Nitrite Test
0.5-1-2-5-10 mg/l NO2
75
1.10057.0001
Griess’ reaction
Nitrite Test
2-5-10-20-40-80 mg/l NO2
100
1.10007.0001
Griess’ reaction
Nitrite Test
2-5-10-20-40-80 mg/l NO2
25
1.10007.0002
Griess’ reaction
Nitrite Test
0.1-0.3-0.6-1-2-3 g/l NO2
100
1.10022.0001
Griess’ reaction
Peracetic Acid Test
5-10-20-30-50 mg/l Peracetic acid
100
1.10084.0001
Redox reaction
Peracetic Acid Test
100-150-200-250-300-400-500 mg/l
100
1.10001.0001
Redox reaction
Reagent, incl.
Reagent, incl.
Reagent, incl.
Individually sealed
Peracetic acid
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Peracetic Acid Test
500-1,000-1,500-2,000 mg/l Peracetic acid
100
1.17922.0001
Redox reaction
Peroxidase Test
yes/no result
100
1.17828.0001
Enzymatic reaction
Reagent, incl.
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Parameter
Others
Aluminium Test
Ammonium Test
Arsenic Test
Arsenic Test
Ascorbic Acid Test
Blank strip
Calcium Test
Carbonate Hardness Test
Chloride Test
Chlorine Test
Chlorine Test
Chromate Test
Cobalt Test
Copper Test
Cyanide Test
Formaldehyde Test
Free Fatty Acids
Glucose Test
Iron Test
Lead Test
Manganese Test
Molybdenum Test
Nickel Test
Nitrate Test
Nitrate Test
Nitrate Test
Nitrite Test
Nitrite Test
Nitrite Test
Nitrite Test
Peracetic Acid Test
Peracetic Acid Test
Peracetic Acid Test
Peroxidase Test
MQuant™ Blank Test Strips
Ord. No. 1.11860.0001
The blank test strips incorporate a paperzone not impregnated with reagent. They are used to perform
tests to see whether sample solutions turn the blank zone a different color. A difference in color can indicate that the intrinsic color of the sample may affect results obtained with other MQuant™ test strips.
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Test strips | Index P-Z
Parameter
P
Q
S
Graduation
No. of tests
Ord. No.
Method
Type
Peroxide Test
0.5-2-5-10-25 mg/l H2O2
100
1.10011.0001
Enzymatic reaction
Peroxide Test
0.5-2-5-10-25 mg/l H2O2
25
1.10011.0002
Enzymatic reaction
Peroxide Test
1-3-10-30-100 mg/l H2O2
100
1.10081.0001
Enzymatic reaction
Peroxide Test
100-200-400-600-800-1,000 mg/l H2O2
100
1.10337.0001
Enzymatic reaction
Phosphate Test
10-25-50-100-250-500 mg/l PO4
100
1.10428.0001
Phosphormolybdenum blue
Reagent, incl.
Potassium Test
250-450-700-1,000-1,500 mg/l K
100
1.17985.0001
Dipicrylamine
Reagent, incl.
Quaternary Ammonium
10-25-50-100-250-500 mg/l
100
1.17920.0001
Indicator
Compounds
Benzalkonium chloride
Sulfate Test
200-400-800-1,200-1,600 mg/l SO4
100
1.10019.0001
Ba-thorin complex
Sulfite Test
10-40-80-180-400 mg/l SO3
100
1.10013.0001
Nitroprusside/
Tin Test
10-25-50-100-200 mg/l Sn
50
1.10028.0001
Toluene-3,4-dithiol
Total Hardness Test
4-5-9-18-26 °e
100
1.10025.0001
EDTA
Total Hardness Test
4-5-9-18-26 °e
5,000
1.10029.0001
EDTA
Single test strips
Total Hardness Test
4-5-9-18-26 °e
1,000
1.10032.0001
EDTA
Individually sealed
Total Hardness Test
6-13-19-25-31 °e
100
1.10046.0001
EDTA
Total Hardness Test
6-13-19-25-31 °e
25,000
1.10047.0013
EDTA
Total Hardness Test
<1.5; 1.5-2.5; >2.5 mmol/l CaCO3
100
1.17934.0001
EDTA
Zinc Test
0-4-10-20-50 mg/l Zn
100
1.17953.0001
Dithizone
Zn-hexacyanoferrate
T
Z
Reagent papers
Lead acetate paper 3 rolls each with 4.8 meters
Ord. No. 1.09511.0003
Lead acetate paper is used for the determination of sulfide and hydrogen sulfide
Potassium iodide-starch paper, Reag. Ph Eur 3 rolls each with 4.8 meters
Potassium iodide paper is used for the determination of oxidizing agents
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Reagent, incl.
Individually sealed
Reagent, incl.
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Parameter
Others
Peroxide Test
Peroxide Test
Peroxide Test
Peroxide Test
Phosphate Test
Potassium Test
Quaternary Ammonium
Compounds
Sulfate Test
Sulfite Test
Tin Test
Total Hardness Test
Total Hardness Test
Total Hardness Test
Total Hardness Test
Total Hardness Test
Total Hardness Test
Zinc Test
MQuant™ Peroxidase Test
In some tests the
sample must be pretreated. Again, no problem – all the necessary
reagents are included in the pack.
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newborns per second. The world’s population is
growing rapidly, and with it the need for food. This
development also influences the aqua culture industry,
whose annual growth has increased by an average of
10 percent over the past 20 years. Needless to say, clean
water is a prerequisite for their success. With MColortest™,
Merck Millipore offers the perfect product line for fast
and simple water analysis in various industries, including
aqua culture farms.
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Colorimetric and titrimetric test kits
MColortest™
General information
> Waste disposal advice
Visual rapid tests
Product list
Compact laboratories
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Aim for brilliance
Colorimetric and titrimetric test kits
With MColortest™ test kits, you can expect exceptional measurements – time
after time. This is thanks to the unique brilliance of the color cards. They simplify
allocation of the stated color values to ensure precise analyses. In fact, the tests
are so easy to use that they require no special training. Just follow the illustrated
instructions provided.
MColortest™ test kits are thoroughly checked using certified standard solutions,
which can be traced back directly to primary reference materials originating from
NIST und PTB. So, despite their simplicity, they offer the highest standards in
reliability. This is matched by excellent stability. The kits have a shelf life of up to
three years when stored between 15 and 25°C. Economy is another highlight of
MColortest™ tests. Refill packs are available for many of the kits. These not only
decrease your costs per determination, but also reduce environmental burden.
The MColortest™ system comprises titrimetric
and colorimetric tests (evaluation using color
cards or test vessels). For more information
please have a look at page 40.
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Benefits
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Brilliant color scales and high-quality comparators for precise results
Illustrated instructions ensure ease of use
Tested using certified standard solutions for maximum reliability
Long shelf life of up to 3 years
Refill packs decrease costs and environmental burden
>
Waste disposal
advice
Streamline your work and protect
the environment with Merck Millipore’s
online waste disposal service. Available
for MQuant™ and MColortest™ visual
test kits, as well as Spectroquant® cell
and reagent test kits, this indispensible
service offers quick, comprehensive
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MColortest™
Visual rapid tests
MColortest™ titrimetric and colorimetric methods for medium concentrations
In titration tests, the sample is titrated until the color changes. The number of drops consumed to the
turning point is counted or the scale value is read off from a pipette, and corresponds to the concentration
of the tested parameter. For colorimetric tests, reagents are added to the sample, resulting in a color
reaction. By allocating the color to a value on a reference scale, the corresponding concentration can be
read off.
Areas of application:
• Aquaculture for freshwater and seawater
• Surface water
• Swimming pool water
• School lessons
The MColortest™ system comprises titrimetric and
colorimetric tests (evaluation using color cards or
test vessels). For more information please have a
look at page 38.
MColortest™ with color disk comparator for medium to high concentrations
These tests evaluate the color reaction according to the transmitted light method. This makes it possible
to analyze even turbid and lightly colored water samples without further sample preparation. Thanks to
the robust color comparator disk, the tests can be used in industrial areas and in wet environments. The
ten-stage color disk is made of lightfast and extremely durable plastic slides. Almost every test contains
break-proof test vessels for safer handling.
Areas of application:
• Wastewater
• Industrial water
• Groundwater
• Bottled water
• Boiler water
• Swimming pool water
• Industrial applications
The MColortest™ system:
All reagents and the
color comparator disk are
contained in the kit.
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MColortest™ with color card comparator for very low to medium concentrations
The test offers high measurement sensitivities, even at very low concentrations. This is due to the greater
layer thickness and special construction of the comparator. In this method, the reaction color of the
sample is compared with the blank sample tinted by the color cards. The unique brilliance of the print and
fine color graduation enable precise analyses, even down to the ppb range.
Areas of application:
• Drinking water
• Bottled water
• Boiler water
• Cooling water
• Industrial applications
The MColortest™ system:
The comparator method convinces
in its use!
Practical refill packs
We devote our efforts not just to the actual applications themselves, but also to ensuring that
we offer you economically attractive solutions. This is why refill packs are also available for many of our test kits, reducing the price for
individual analyses in the process.
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MColortest™
Visual rapid tests | Index A-C
A
Parameter
Graduation
No. of tests
Ord. No.
Alkalinity Test
0.1 mmol/l
200 at 8.5 mmol/l
1.11109.0001
Ord. No.
Refill pack
Method
Acidimetric
Type
Titration with
pipette
Aluminium Test
0.07-0.12-0.2-0.35-
185
1.14413.0001
1.18452.0002
Chromazurol S
0.5-0.65-0.8 mg/l Al
Aluminium Test
0.1-0.2-0.35-0.5-0.75-
Color card
comparator
150
1.18386.0001
70
1.14428.0002
1.18452.0002
Chromazurol S
Disk comparator
1-2-3-6 mg/l Al
Ammonium Test
0.025-0.05-0.075-0.1-0.15-
Indophenol blue
0.2-0.25-0.3-0.4 mg/l NH4
Ammonium Test
0.05-0.1-0.15-0.2-0.3-
100
1.14400.0001
Neßler
50
1.08024.0001
Indophenol blue
0.4-0.5-0.6-0.8 mg/l NH4
Ammonium Test
0.2-0.4-0.6-1-2-3-5 mg/l NH4
Color card
comparator
Color card
comparator
Sliding
comparator
Ammonium Test
0.2-0.5-0.8-1.2-1.6-
200
1.14423.0002
1.18455.0002
Indophenol blue
2-3-5-8 mg/l NH4
Ammonium Test
0.2-0.5-0.8-1.3-2-
Color card
comparator
200
1.14750.0002
0.5-1-2-3-5-10 mg/l NH4
50
Ammonium Test
0.5-1-3-5-10 mg/l NH4
Calcium Test
2 mg/l Ca
1.18455.0002
Indophenol blue
Disk comparator
1.14657.0001
Indophenol blue
Color card
150
1.11117.0001
Neßler
Color card
200 at 170 mg/l Ca
1.11110.0001
Titriplex® III
3-4.5-6-8 mg/l NH4
Ammonium Test
in freshwater and seawater
C
Titration with
pipette
Carbonate Hardness Test/
0.25 °e and 0.1 mmol/l
300 at 12.5 °e
1.08048.0001
Acidimetric
Acid cap. to pH 4.3 (ANC)
Carbonate Hardness Test/
1.25 °e
100 at 12.5 °e
1.11103.0001
Acidimetric
Acid cap. to pH 4.3 (ANC)
Carbonate Hardness Test
Titration with
dropping bottle
1.25 °e
50 at 12.5 °e
1.14653.0001
Acidimetric
in freshwater and seawater
Chloride Test
Titration with
pipette
Titration with
dropping bottle
2 mg/l Cl
200 at 170 mg/l Cl
1.11106.0001
Mercury(II)-nitrate
Titration with
pipette
Chloride Test
3-6-10-18-30-60-100-
200
1.14753.0001
1.18322.0002
400
1.14401.0001
1.18322.0002
180-300 mg/l Cl
Chloride Test
Chloride Test
5-10-20-40-75-150-300 mg/l Cl
25 mg/l Cl
Mercury(II)-
Disk comparator
thiocyanate
100 at 150 mg/l Cl
1.11132.0001
Mercury(II)-
Color card
thiocyanate
comparator
Mercury(II)-nitrate
Titration with
dropping bottle
Chlorine Test
0.01-0.025-0.045-0.06-
(free chlorine)
0.08-0.1-0.15-0.2-0.3 mg/l Cl2
Chlorine Test (free chlorine)
400 free chlorine
1.14434.0001
0.1-0.25-0.5-1-2 mg/l Cl2
100 free chlorine
1.14670.0001
Chlorine Test
0.1-0.2-0.3-0.4-0.6-
600 free chlorine
1.14978.0001
(free chlorine)
0.8-1.0-1.5-2.0 mg/l Cl2
Chlorine Test
0.1-0.2-0.3-0.4-0.6-
400 free chlorine
(free and total chlorine)
0.8-1.0-1.5-2.0 mg/l Cl2
400 total chlorine
Chlorine Test
0.25-0.5-0.75-1-2-
(free chlorine)
4-8-10-15 mg/l Cl2
Chlorine Test
(free and total chlorine)
1.14803.0002
DPD
Color card
TMB
Color card
1.14979.0002
DPD Liquid
Disk comparator
1.14801.0001
1.14803.0002
DPD Liquid
Disk comparator
1,000 free chlorine
1.14976.0001
1.14977.0002
DPD
Disk comparator
0.25-0.5-0.75-1-2-
400 free chlorine
1.14826.0001
1.18326.0002
DPD
Disk comparator
4-7-10-15 mg/l Cl2
400 total chlorine
comparator
in freshwater and seawater
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Parameter
Others
Alkalinity Test
Aluminium Test
Aluminium Test
Ammonium Test
Ammonium Test
Ammonium Test
Ammonium Test
Ammonium Test
Ammonium Test
in freshwater and seawater
Ammonium Test
Calcium Test
Carbonate Hardness Test /
Acid cap. to pH 4.3 (ANC)
Carbonate Hardness Test /
Acid cap. to pH 4.3 (ANC)
Carbonate Hardness Test
in freshwater and seawater
Chloride Test
Chloride Test
Chloride Test
Chloride Test
Chlorine Test
(free chlorine)
Chlorine Test (free chlorine)
in freshwater and seawater
Chlorine Test
(free chlorine)
Chlorine Test
(free and total chlorine)
Chlorine Test
(free chlorine)
Chlorine Test
(free and total chlorine)
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Visual rapid tests | Index C-I
Parameter
C
Graduation
No. of tests
Ord. No.
Chlorine- and pH Test
0.1-0.2-0.3-0.6-1.0-1.5 mg/l Cl2
150 (chlorine)
1.11160.0001
(free chlorine)
pH 6.5-6.8-7.0-7.2-7.4-7.6-7.9
150 (pH)
Chlorine- and pH Test
0.1-0.3-0.6-1.0-1.5 mg/l Cl2
200 (chlorine)
Method
Type
DPD
Sliding
red Phenol
comparator
1.11157.0001
DPD
Color-matching
(free and total chlorine)
pH 6.8-7.1-7.4-7.6-7.8
200 (pH)
Chlorine Dioxide Test
0.020-0.050-0.075-0.10-0.15-
300
1.18754.0001
1.11143.0001
red Phenol
vessel
1.18757.0002
DPD
Color card
300
1.18756.0001
1.18757.0002
DPD
Disk comparator
150
1.14402.0001
1.18456.0002
Diphenyl-carbazide
Color card
300
1.14441.0001
1.18456.0002
Diphenyl-carbazide
300
1.14756.0001
1.18456.0002
Diphenyl-carbazide
Disk comparator
no limit
1.14421.0001
Hazen
Color card
125
1.14414.0001
50
1.14651.0001
125
1.14418.0001
125
65
1.11174.0001
Ord. No.
Refill pack
0.20-0.30-0.40-0.55 mg/l ClO2
Chlorine Dioxide Test
0.50-0.90-1.4-1.9-3.8-7.5-
comparator
13-19-28 mg/l ClO2
Chromate Test
0.01-0.02-0.04-0.07-0.090.11-0.13-0.18-0.22 mg/l CrO4
Chromate Test
0.2-0.4-0.7-1-1.3-1.8-
comparator
2.2-2.9-3.6 mg/l CrO4
Chromate Test
0.2-0.4-0.8-1.3-2.2-4-
Color card
comparator
6.7-13-22 mg/l CrO4
Color Test
5-10-20-30-40-5070-100-150 Hz
Copper Test
0.05-0.08-0.12-0.16-0.2-
comparator
1.18459.0002
Cuprizone
Color card
Cuprizone
Color card
1.18459.0002
Cuprizone
Color card
1.14765.0001
1.18459.0002
Cuprizone
Disk comparator
1.14417.0001
1.18457.0002
König’s reaction
Color card
0.25-0.3-0.4-0.5 mg/l Cu
Copper Test
0.15-0.3-0.45-0.6-0.8-
in freshwater and seawater
1.2-1.6 mg/l Cu
Copper Test
0.3-0.6-1-1.5-2-2.5-
comparator
3-5 mg/l Cu
Copper Test
0.3-0.6-1-1.5-2-3-
comparator
5-7-10 mg/l Cu
Cyanide Test
0.002-0.004-0.007-
comparator
0.01-0.013-0.0160.02-0.025-0.03 mg/l CN
Cyanide Test
0.03-0.06-0.1-0.15-0.2-
200
1.14429.0001
1.18457.0002
König’s reaction
Color card
200
1.14798.0001
1.18457.0002
König’s reaction
Disk comparator
0.3-0.4-0.5-0.7 mg/l CN
Cyanide Test
0.03-0.07-0.13-0.2-0.3-
comparator
0.5-1-2-5 mg/l CN
F
Fluoride Test
0.15-0.3-0.5-0.8 mg/l F
100
1.18771.0001
Alizarin-komplexone Color card
Formaldehyde Test
0.1-0.25-0.4-0.6-0.8-
100
1.08028.0001
Triazole derivative
1-1.5 mg/l HCHO
H
Hydrazine Test
0.1-0.25-0.5-1 mg/l N2H2
100
1.08017.0001
I
Iron Test
0.01-0.02-0.03-0.04-0.06-
300
1.14403.0001
50
1.14660.0001
500
1.14759.0001
200
1.11136.0001
necessary
Dimethylamino-
Color-matching
1.08018.0001
benzaldehyde
vessel
1.18458.0002
Triazine
Color card
Triazine
Color card
1.18458.0002
Triazine
Disk comparator
1.08023.0001
2,2’-Bipyridine
Color-matching
0.08-0.1-0.15-0.2 mg/l Fe
Iron Test
0.05-0.1-0.2-0.4-
in freshwater and seawater
0.6-0.8-1 mg/l Fe
Iron Test
0.1-0.2-0.5-0.8-1.2-
Sliding
comparator
comparator
2-3-5 mg/l Fe
Iron Test
0.1-0.3-0.5-1-2.55-7.7-12.5-25-50 mg/l Fe
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Parameter
Others
Chlorine- and pH Test
(free chlorine)
Chlorine- and pH Test
(free and total chlorine)
Chlorine Dioxide Test
Chlorine Dioxide Test
Chromate Test
Chromate Test
Chromate Test
Color Test
Copper Test
Copper Test
in freshwater and seawater
Copper Test
Copper Test
Cyanide Test
Cyanide Test
Cyanide Test
Fluoride Test
Formaldehyde Test
Hydrazine Test
Iron Test
Iron Test
in freshwater and seawater
Iron Test
Iron Test
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Parameter
I
Iron Test
Graduation
No. of tests
Ord. No.
Ord. No.
Refill pack
Method
Type
0.2-0.4-0.6-0.8-1-1.3-
500
1.14438.0001
1.18458.0002
Triazine
Color card
300
1.14404.0001
2,2’-Bipyridine
Color card
1.6-2-2.5 mg/l Fe
Iron Test
0.25-0.5-1-2-3-5-7.5-
comparator
10-15 mg/l Fe
M Magnesium Test
100-200-300-500-
comparator
50
1.11131.0001
120
1.14406.0001
Xylidyl blue
Color card
Formaldoxime
Color card
1,000-1,500 mg/l mg
Manganese Test
0.03-0.06-0.1-0.15-0.2-0.25
1.18460.0002
0.3-0.4-0.5 mg/l Mn
Manganese Test
0.3-0.7-1.3-2-3-4-
comparator
120
1.14768.0001
1.18460.0002
Formaldoxime
Disk comparator
125
1.14420.0001
1.18461.0002
Dimethylglyoxime
Color card
500
1.14783.0001
1.18461.0002
Dimethylglyoxime
Disk comparator
90
1.18387.0001
1.18462.0002
Nitrospectral /
Disk comparator
5-7-10 mg/l Mn
N
Nickel Test
0.02-0.04-0.07-0.1-0.15-0.20.3-0.4-0.5 mg/l Ni
Nickel Test
0.5-1.5-2-2.5-3-4-6-
comparator
8-10 mg/l Ni
Nitrate Test
5-10-20-30-40-50-6070-90 mg/l NO3
Nitrate Test
10-25-50-75-100-125-
in freshwater
150 mg/l NO3
Nitrate Test
10-25-50-75-100-125-
Nitrite Test
0.005-0.012-0.02-0.03-0.04-
sulfuric acid
100
1.11169.0001
Sulfanilic acid /
200
1.11170.0001
110
1.14408.0001
200
1.08025.0001
150 mg/l NO3
1.18463.0002
Sulfanilic acid /
Sliding
Gentisine acid
comparator
Griess’ reaction
Color card
Griess’ reaction
Sliding
0.05-0.06-0.08-0.1 mg/l NO2
Nitrite Test
0.025-0.05-0.075-0.1-0.15-
comparator
0.2-0.3-0.5 mg/l NO2
Nitrite Test
Color card
Gentisine acid
comparator
0.05-0.15-0.25-0.5-1 mg/l NO2
100
1.14658.0001
Griess’ reaction
Color card
0.1-0.2-0.3-0.4-0.6-0.8-1-
400
1.14424.0001
1.18463.0002
Griess’ reaction
Color card
400
1.14774.0001
1.18463.0002
Griess’ reaction
Disk comparator
100 at 8.5 mg/l O2
1.11107.0001
1.11152.0001
modified
Titration with
1.14663.0001
Winkler method
pipette
modified
Titration with
in freshwater and seawater
Nitrite Test
1.3-2 mg/l NO2
Nitrite Test
0.1-0.2-0.4-0.6-1-1.8-3-
comparator
6-10 mg/l NO2
O
Oxygen Test
0.1 mg/l O2
Oxygen Test
0.5 mg/l O2
100 at 8.5 mg/l O2
1.17117.0001
necessary:
1.14663.0001
Winkler method
dropping bottle
Oxygen Test
1-3-5-7-9-12 mg/l O2
50
1.14662.0001
necessary:
modified
Color card
1.14663.0001
Winkler method
0.007-0.017-0.03-0.04-0.055-
300
1.18755.0001
1.18759.0002
DPD
300
1.18758.0001
1.18759.0002
DPD
in freshwater and seawater
Ozone Test
0.07-0.1-0.14-0.2 mg/l O3
Ozone Test
0.15-0.35-0.5-0.7-1.42.7-5-7-10 mg/l O3
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comparator
Disk comparator
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Parameter
Others
Iron Test
Iron Test
Magnesium Test
Manganese Test
Manganese Test
Nickel Test
Nickel Test
Nitrate Test
Nitrate Test
in freshwater
Nitrate Test
Nitrite Test
Nitrite Test
Nitrite Test
in freshwater and seawater
Nitrite Test
Nitrite Test
Oxygen Test
Oxygen Test
Oxygen Test
in freshwater and seawater
Ozone Test
Ozone Test
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Visual rapid tests | Index P-S
P
Parameter
Graduation
No. of tests
Ord. No.
pH Universal indicator,
pH 4-4.5-5-5.5-6-6.5-7-
100 ml
liquid
7.5-8-8.5-9-9.5-10
pH Universal indicator,
pH 4-4.5-5-5.5-6-6.5-7-
liquid
7.5-8-8.5-9-9.5-10
pH Indicator liquid
pH Indicator liquid
Ord. No.
Refill pack
Method
Type
1.09175.0100
Mixed indicator
Color card
1l
1.09175.1000
Mixed indicator
Color card
pH 9-10-11-12-13
100 ml
1.09176.0100
Mixed indicator
Color card
pH 0-0.5-1-1.5-2-2.5-
100 ml
1.09177.0100
Mixed indicator
Color card
400
1.08027.0001
Mixed indicator
3-3.5-4-4.5-5-5.5
pH Test
pH 4.5-5-5.5-6-6.5-77.5-8-8.5-9
pH Test
pH 4.5-5-5.5-6-6.5-
100
1.08038.0001
200
1.18773.0001
1.08043.0001
Mixed indicator
Color-matching
Mixed freshwater
Color card
7-7.5-8-8.5-9
vessel
pH Test
pH 5.0-5.3-5.6-6.0-
in freshwater and seawater
6.3-6.6-7.0-7.3-7.6-
and seawater
8.0-8.3-8.6-9.0
indicator
pH Test in swimming pool
pH 6.5-6.8-7.1-7.4-7.6-7.8-8.2
200
1.14669.0001
Phosphate Test
0.046-0.092-0.14-0.18-
200
1.18394.0001
1.18465.0002
0.25-0.34-0.43 mg/l PO4
Phosphate Test
0.25-0.5-0.75-1.0-1.5-
in freshwater and seawater
2-3 mg/l PO4
Phosphate Test
0.6-1.2-1.8-2.5-3.1-4.6-
100
1.14661.0001
Phosphate Test
1.3-3.3-6.7-10-13.4 mg/l PO4
3.1-6.1-10.7-18.4-30.7-
200
1.14846.0001
1.18465.0002
4.6-9.2-18-28-37-49-61-
200
190
1.11138.0001
1.14449.0001
1.08046.0001
1.18466.0002
300
1.18388.0001
1.18466.0002
123-307 mg/l PO4
Residual Hardness Test
0.05-0.1-0.19 °e
400
1.11142.0001
S
Silicate (Silicic Acid) Test
0.02-0.04-0.09-0.13-0.17-
150
1.14410.0001
1.18323.0002
0.21-0.32-0.43-0.53 mg/l SiO2
0.6-1.3-2.1-3.2-4.3-6.4-
150
1.14792.0001
1.18323.0002
11-15-21 mg/l SiO2
Sulfate Test
25-50-75-100-130-160-
Color card
molybdenum blue
comparator
Phosphor-
Color card
Phosphor-
Disk comparator
Phosphor-
Color-matching
molybdenum blue
vessel
Vanadium
Color card
molybdate
comparator
Vanadium
Disk comparator
molybdate
R
Silicate (Silicic Acid)Test
Color card
Phosphor-
molybdenum blue
61.3-123 mg/l PO4
Phosphate Test
Phenol red
molybdenum blue
6.1-7.7-9.2 mg/l PO4
Phosphate Test
Sliding
comparator
Mixed indicator
Color card
Silico-molybdenum
Color card
blue
comparator
Silico-molybdenum
Disk comparator
blue
75
1.18389.0001
1.18467.0002
Tannic acid
Disk comparator
90
1.14411.0001
1.18467.0002
Tannic acid
Color card
100
1.14416.0001
1.18468.0002
Dimethyl-p-
190-240-300 mg/l SO4
Sulfate Test
25-50-80-110-140-200300 mg/l SO4
Sulfide Test
0.02-0.04-0.06-0.08-0.1-0.13-
comparator
0.16-0.2-0.25 mg/l S
Sulfide Test
0.1-0.3-0.5-0.7-1-2-3-4-5 mg/l S 200
1.14777.0001
1.18468.0002
Color card
phenylendiamine
comparator
Dimethyl-p-
Disk comparator
phenylendiamine
Sulfite Test
0.5 mg/l Na2SO3 (0.3 mg/l SO3)
200
at 40 mg/l Na2SO3
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Iodate / Starch
Titration with
pipette
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Others
pH Universal indicator,
liquid
pH Universal indicator,
liquid
pH Indicator liquid
pH Indicator liquid
pH Test
pH Test
pH Test
in freshwater and seawater
pH Test in swimming pool
Phosphate Test
Phosphate Test
in freshwater and seawater
Phosphate Test
Phosphate Test
Phosphate Test
Phosphate Test
Residual Hardness Test
Silicate (Silicic Acid) Test
Silicate (Silicic Acid)Test
Sulfate Test
Sulfate Test
Sulfide Test
Sulfide Test
Sulfite Test
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Visual rapid tests | Index T-Z
T
Parameter
Graduation
No. of tests
Ord. No.
Ord. No.
Refill pack
Method
Type
Total Hardness Test
0.13 °e and 1 mg/l CaCO3
300 at 3.8 °e
1.08047.0001
1.08040.0001
Titriplex® III
Titration with
Total Hardness Test
0.25 °e and 0.1 mmol/l
300 at 12.5 °e
1.08039.0001
1.08033.0001
Titriplex® III
pipette
Titration with
pipette
1.11122.0001
1.08203.0001
Total Hardness Test
1.25 °e
50 at 12.5 °e
1.14652.0001
Titriplex® III
in freshwater
Total Hardness Test
Titration with
dropping bottle
1.25 °e
100 at 12.5 °e
1.11104.0001
Titriplex® III
Titration with
dropping bottle
Total Hardness Test
20 mg/l CaCO3
200 at 200 mg/l
1.08312.0001
Titriplex® III
Titration with
dropping bottle
U
Urea Test
0.3-0.6-1-1.5-2-3-4-5-8 mg/l
100
1.14843.0001
1.14845.0002
Indophenol blue
Disk comparator
120
1.14780.0001
1.14782.0002
Thiocyanate /
Disk comparator
120
1.14412.0001
1.14782.0002
Thiocyanate /
Color card
Brilliant green
comparator
(NH2)2CO
Z
Zinc Test
0.1-0.2-0.3-0.4-0.5-0.7-
Zinc Test
0.1-0.2-0.3-0.4-0.5-0.7-
1-2-5 mg/l Zn
Brilliant green
1-2-5 mg/l Zn
MQuant™ Free Fatty Acids
Check out our brand new on page 29.
Deep-frying fats tests
Parameter
Fritest®
Graduation
No. of test
Ord. No.
Perfect – still good –
60
1.10652.0001
change of fat advisable –
(Refill pack 30)
Ord. No.
Refill pack
Method
Colorimetric, acc. to the
1.10651.0001
alkali color count principle
deep-frying fat gone off
Oxifrit Test®
fresh deep-frying fat –
60
change of fat advisable –
(Refill pack 30)
deep-frying fat gone off
50
1.10653.0001
Colorimetric, acc. to the
1.10654.0001
principle of determination of
oxidized fatty acids (OFAs)
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Others
Total Hardness Test
Total Hardness Test
Total Hardness Test
in freshwater
Total Hardness Test
Total Hardness Test
Urea Test
Zinc Test
Zinc Test
Accessories for MColortest™ and MQuant™
Product
Ord. No.
Flat-bottomed long tubes inclusive screw caps for MColortest™ with color card comparator (1 pack = 12 pcs)
1.14901.0001
Flat-bottomed tubes inclusive screw caps for titrimetric and colorimetric MColortest™ (1 pack = 12 pcs)
1.14902.0001
Flat-bottomed tubes inclusive screw caps for MColortest™ with color disk comparator (1 pack = 12 pcs)
1.17988.0001
Test vessels with 5 ml und 10 ml graduations, for MColortest™ and MQuant™ Tests (1 pack = 30 pcs)
1.17989.0001
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MColortest™ compact laboratories
Quality meets mobility
MColortest™ compact laboratory for aquaculture | Ord. No. 1.11102.0001
Compact laboratory for the determination of pH, carbonate hardness, total hardness, ammonium/
ammonia, nitrite and nitrate in freshwater and seawater.
This parameter combination can be used to monitor the most important quality-relevant
constituents in freshwater and, in some cases, in the seawater of an aquarium. With the help
of available data, these results can be used to control parameter concentrations that must
be observed for fish stock. An appropriate range of separate tests is also available for other
parameters that must be monitored.
Scope of delivery
Parameter
Measuring range
No. of tests
Ord. No.
Refill pack
MColortest™ Ammonium Test in freshwater and seawater
0.5 - 10 mg/l NH4
50
1.14657.0001
MColortest™ Carbonate Hardness Test
1.25 °e
50 at 12.5 °e
1.14653.0001
MColortest™ Total Hardness Test in freshwater
1.25 °e
50 at 12.5 °e
1.14652.0001
MColortest™ Nitrate Test in freshwater
10 - 150 mg/l NO3
100
1.11169.0001
MColortest™ Nitrite Test in freshwater and seawater
0.05 - 1 mg/l NO2
100
1.14658.0001
MColortest™ pH Test in freshwater and seawater
pH 5.0 - 9.0
200
1.18773.0001
1 pack = 30 pcs
1.17989.0001
Test vessels with 5 ml and 10 ml graduations
for MColortest™ and MQuant™ Tests
Agroquant® soil laboratory 3 x N and pH | Ord. No. 1.14602.0001
Compact laboratory with test strips, reagents, balance, timer and accessories for the determination
of nitrate, nitrite, ammonium nitrogen and pH in soils, water, plant, animal fodder, compost, solid and
liquid manure.
Scope of delivery
Parameter
Measuring range
No. of tests
Ord. No.
Refill pack
1.14657.0001
MColortest™ Ammonium Test
0.5 - 10 mg/l NH4
50
MQuant™ Ammonium Test
10 - 400 mg/l NH4
100
1.10024.0001
MQuant™ Nitrate Test
10 - 500 mg/l NO3
100
1.10020.0001
pH indicator strips Universal indicator
pH 2.0 - 9.0
100
1.09584.0001
pH indicator strips Special indicator
pH 2.0 - 9.0
100
1.09502.0001
Agroquant® Extraction Reagent
Potassium chloride for analysis EMSURE®
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MColortest™ compact laboratory for water testing | Ord. No. 1.11151.0001
Compact laboratory for the determination of pH, ammonium, biological oxygen demand (BOD), carbonate
hardness, total hardness, residual hardness, nitrate, nitrite, phosphate and oxygen.
The tests of this compact laboratory can be used to rapidly check all major parameters of
standing or flowing surface water, and to assess the current water quality. The compact laboratory
is optimally suited for use in school lessons as well as for professional applications e.g. by
water monitors.
Scope of delivery
Parameter
Measuring range
No. of tests
Ord. No.
Refill pack
MColortest™ Ammonium Test
0.2 - 5 mg/l NH4
50
1.08024.0001
MColortest™ Carbonate Hardness Test / Acid cap. to pH 4.3
0.25 - 25 °e
300 at 12.5 °e
1.08048.0001
(ANC)
ANC: 0.1 - 7.2 mmol/l
MColortest™ Total Hardness Test
0.25 °e and 0.1 mmol/l
300 at 12.5 °e
1.08033.0001
MColortest™ Nitrate Test
10 - 150 mg/l NO2
200
1.11170.0001
MColortest™ Nitrite Test
0.025 - 0.5 mg/l NO2
200
1.08025.0001
MColortest™ pH Test
pH 4.5 - 9
400
1.08027.0001
MColortest™ Phosphate Test in freshwater and seawater
0.5 - 3 mg/l PO4
100
1.14661.0001
MColortest™ Oxygen Test
0.1 mg/l O2
100 at 8.5 mg/l O2
1.11152.0001
1 pack = 12 pcs
1.14902.0001
MColortest™ Oxygen Reaction bottle
1 bottle
1.14663.0001
Test vessels with 5 ml and 10 ml graduation for MColortest™
1 pack = 30 pcs
1.17989.0001
Flat-bottomed tubes inclusive screw caps for MColortest™ Tests
Thermometer
and MQuant™ Tests
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years
ago man began to domesticate
wild bees. Today the honeybee is a genus of its own
and plays an important role in pollination in almost every
agricultural area. Popular worldwide, honey is produced
by everyone from private beekeepers to industrial
manufacturers. As a result, reliable monitoring has become
essential. This is best achieved using the Reflectoquant®
system: a mobile laboratory with the accuracy of
instrumental analysis. It allows you to perform critical
analyses and obtain quantitative results directly on site.
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Reflectoquant®
General information
> HMF in honey
RQflex® 10
RQflex® 10 plus
Test kits
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Take your test further
Reflectometric measurements
Can’t take your sample to the lab for testing? Then take your lab to the sample
with the Reflectoquant® system. Compact and easy-to-use, the system allows you
to monitor raw materials in all stages of your production processes, and obtain
precise quantitative results – directly on site.
Consisting of test strips, test kits and reflectometers, this comprehensive program
provides you with all the tools you need for high quality yet low cost analysis.
It also offers numerous tests with a broad range of parameters, measuring ranges
and applications for the widest conceivable spectrum of sample materials.
So, whether you work in agriculture, food and water analysis, cleaning control or
industrial analysis, the Reflectoquant® system has a solution that is made for you.
Reflectoquant® Ascorbic Acid test
simplifies the in-process controls for
juice production.
Analytical application finder
Interested in more application examples?
Visit the analytical application finder on our website!
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Compact and handy – ideal for on-site use
Reliable, documented quantitative results due to barcode calibration
Numerous application notes available
Low analysis costs
Test strips with minute amounts of chemicals – easy to dispose of
Our product range
The basic components of a compact solution
to analyze more than 20 parameters
Test kits
RQflex® 10
RQflex® 10 plus
Instrument and basic
accessories to measure
test strips
Most flexible instrument
to measure test strips
and solutions (cell tests)
Reflectoquant® Tests
Many parameters need only test strips.
If further reagents and tools are
needed, they are included in the kits
Reflectoquant® plus Tests
Cell test kits for higher sensitivity
especially in agricultural and
water analysis
Application
instructions
Application finder − Reflectometry
Tested protocols to prepare food
and beverage samples for analysis
Quality control
Standards
Merck Millipore’s standard solutions
(see page 139) or materials to
prepare your own standard solution
Data transfer
RQdata
Interface and software package
for transfer and documentation of
results on IBM-compatible PCs
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Reflectoquant® system
Fast and inexpensive alternative to supervise raw material ingredients
during production
>
HMF in honey
The amount of hydroxymethylfurfural (HMF)
in honey is an important quality criterion.
The Reflectoquant® HMF test is the very first
rapid test for the determination of hydroxymethylfurfural content.
Check our application, “HMF in honey”,
for a valuable alternative to time-consuming
HPLC analysis.
Ascorbic acid in food
Ascorbic acid (vitamin C) counts as an essential quality characteristic in many foods. A loss of vitamin C
means a deterioration of food quality, which can even be tasted. Check our Reflectoquant® Ascorbic
Acid Test applications for over 15 sample materials.
Reducing (total) sugar in potatoes
In fried or baked goods like potato chips, acrylamide may be produced by the reaction between asparagine
and reducing sugars (fructose, glucose, etc.). The recommended upper level of reducing sugars in potatoes
should not exceed a set limit. Check our application “Total sugar in potatoes“ for Reflectoquant® Total
Sugar Test.
Nitrate in vegetables
Nitrate in itself is not harmful to human health. Its metabolic products, on the other hand, can damage
health. Limits have been set for nitrate levels in foods, like drinking water, infant foods and vegetables.
Check our Reflectoquant® Nitrate Test applications for over 15 sample materials.
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RQflex® 10 and RQflex® 10 plus reflectometers
RQflex® 10
Ord. No.
Reflectometer for the evaluation of Reflectoquant® test strips
1.16970.0001
Scope of delivery and features:
includes test-strip adapter and recalibration set, double optical system (option for evaluation for two reaction zones), memory
for five methods, memory slots for 50 results (with date, time, parameter, and result), interface to PC, batch-specific calibration
function (bar-code technology), battery operation with 4 AAA batteries, detailed manual for reflectometer and tests
RQflex® 10 plus
Ord. No.
Reflectometer for the evaluation of Reflectoquant® test strips and Reflectoquant® plus test kits
1.16955.0001
Scope of delivery and features:
as above for Ord. No. 1.16970.0001, also contains cell adapter and eight empty cells
RQflex® sample preparation
Application
Product
Ord. No.
Decoloration
Polyvinylpolypyrrolidone Divergan® RS, 100 g
1.07302.0100
Preserving milk samples
Sodium azide tablets, 5,000 tabs
1.06687.0001
Potassium dichromate tablets, 5,000 tabs
1.04858.0001
RQflex® accessories
Product
Ord. No.
RQdata for RQflex® 10 and RQflex® 10 plus
1.16998.0001
Interface and software package for transfer and documentation of results on IBM-compatible PCs
Test-strip adapter for RQflex® 10 and RQflex® 10 plus
1.16953.0001
Cell adapter for RQflex® 10 plus
1.16729.0001
Empty cells for RQflex® 10 plus, 100 disposable cells
1.16727.0001
RQflex® Quality Assurance
Product
Ord. No.
Recalibration set for RQflex® 10 and RQflex® 10 plus
1.16954.0001
RQcheck check set for RQflex® 10 and RQflex® 10 plus
1.16957.0001
IQ, OQ and PQ documents
for all Reflectoquant® Instruments.
Please contact your local dealer to find out more about this service.
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Reflectoquant® tests | Index A-Z
Parameter
A
B
C
Graduation
No. of tests
Ord. No.
Method
Type
Ammonium Test
0.2 - 7.0 mg/l NH4
50
1.16892.0001
Indophenol blue
Reagent, incl.
Ammonium Test
5.0 - 20.0 mg/l NH4
50
1.16899.0001
Indophenol blue
Reagent, incl.
Ammonium Test
20 - 180 mg/l NH4
50
1.16977.0001
Nessler
Reagent, incl.
Ascorbic Acid Test
25 - 450 mg/l ascorbic acid
50
1.16981.0001
Phosphormolybd. blue
Ascorbic Acid Test RQeasy®
25 - 450 mg/l ascorbic acid
50
1.17963.0001
Phosphormolybd. blue
50
1.16730.0001
Blank Strip
Calcium Test
2.5 - 45.0 mg/l Ca
50
1.16993.0001
Glyoxalbishydroxyanil
Calcium Test
5 - 125 mg/l Ca
50
1.16125.0001
Phthaleinkomplexone
Reagent, incl.
Chlorine Test (free chlorine)
0.5 - 10.0 mg/l Cl2
50
1.16896.0001
Redox reaction
Reagent, incl.
F
Formaldehyde Test
1.0 - 45.0 mg/l HCHO
50
1.16989.0001
Triazole
Reagent, incl.
G
Glucose Test
1 - 100 mg/l glucose
50
1.16720.0001
Enzymatic reaction
H
Hydroxymethylfurfural Test
1.0 - 60 mg/l HMF
50
1.17952.0001
Enzymatic reaction
I
Iron Test
0.5 - 20.0 mg/l Fe(II)
50
1.16982.0001
Triazine
Iron Test
20 - 200 mg/l Fe(II)
50
1.16983.0001
2.2’-Bipyridine
Lactic Acid Test
3 - 60.0 mg/l lactic acid
50
1.16127.0001
Enzymatic reaction
5 - 100 mg/l mg
50
1.16124.0001
Phthaleinkomplexone
5.0 - 60.0 mg/l malic acid
50
1.16128.0001
Enzymatic reaction
L
M Magnesium Test
Malic Acid Test
N
P
S
Nitrate Test
3 - 90 mg/l NO3
50
1.16995.0001
Modified Griess’ reaction
Nitrate Test
5 - 225 mg/l NO3
50
1.16971.0001
Modified Griess’ reaction
Nitrate Test RQeasy®
5 - 250 mg/l NO3
50
1.17961.0001
Modified Griess’ reaction
Nitrite Test
0.5 - 25.0 mg/l NO2
50
1.16973.0001
Griess’ reaction
Nitrite Test
0.03 - 1.00 g/l NO2
50
1.16732.0001
Aromatic amine
Peracetic Acid Test
1.0 - 22.5 mg/l peracetic acid
50
1.16975.0001
Redox reaction
Peracetic Acid Test
20 - 100 mg/l peracetic acid
50
1.17956.0001
Redox reaction
Peracetic Acid Test
75 - 400 mg/l peracetic acid
50
1.16976.0001
Redox reaction
Peroxide Test
0.2 - 20.0 mg/l H2O2
50
1.16974.0001
Enzymatic reaction
Peroxide Test
100 - 1,000 mg/l H2O2
50
1.16731.0001
Enzymatic reaction
pH Test
pH 1.0 - 5.0
50
1.16894.0001
Mixed indicator
pH Test
pH 4.0 - 9.0
50
1.16996.0001
Mixed indicator
pH Test for Cooling Lubricants
pH 7.0 - 10.0
50
1.16898.0001
Mixed indicator
Phosphate Test RQflex® plus
0.1 - 5.0 mg/l PO4
100
1.17942.0001
Phosphormolybd. blue
Phosphate Test
5 - 120 mg/l PO4
50
1.16978.0001
Phosphormolybd. blue
Potassium Test RQflex® plus
1.0 - 25.0 mg/l K
100
1.17945.0001
Kalignost, turbidimetric
Potassium Test
0.25 - 1.20 g/l K
50
1.16992.0001
Dipicrylamine
Reagent, incl.
Sucrose Test
0.25 - 2.5 g/l
50
1.16141.0001
Enzymatic reaction
Reagent, incl.
Sulfite Test
10 - 200 mg/l SO3
50
1.16987.0001
Nitroprusside /
Total Hardness Test
0.1 - 30.0 °d
50
1.16997.0001
Phthaleinkomplexone
Total Sugar Test
65 - 650 mg/l total sugar
50
1.16136.0001
Enzymatic reaction
Reagent, incl.
0.2 - 7.0 mg/l NH4
50
1.16892.0001
Indophenol blue
Reagent, incl.
Reagent, incl.
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Ammonium Test
Ammonium Test
Ammonium Test
Ascorbic Acid Test
Ascorbic Acid Test RQeasy®
Blank Strip
Calcium Test
Calcium Test
Chlorine Test
Formaldehyde Test
Glucose Test
Hydroxymethylfurfural Test
Iron Test
Iron Test
Lactic Acid Test
Magnesium Test
Malic Acid Test
Nitrate Test
Nitrate Test
Nitrate Test RQeasy®
Nitrite Test
Nitrite Test
Peracetic Acid Test
Peracetic Acid Test
Peracetic Acid Test
Peroxide Test
Peroxide Test
pH Test
pH Test
pH Test for Cooling Lubricants
Phosphate Test RQflex® plus
Phosphate Test
Potassium Test RQflex® plus
Potassium Test
Sucrose Test
Sulfite Test
Total Hardness Test
Total Sugar Test
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Urea Test in Milk Application
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The United Nations General
Assembly declared the human right to safe and
clean drinking water on July 28, 2010. Merck Millipore
helps support these rights with the Spectroquant®
system: a highly precise measuring instrument, which you
can rely on anytime and anywhere in the world.
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Photometry
Spectroquant®
General information
Instruments
> Take your lab to the sample:
Move 100 colorimeter
Picco – colorimeters
Move – colorimeter
Multy – colorimeter
NOVA – photometers
Pharo – spectrophotometers
Sample preparation
Crack Sets
Thermoreactors
Test kits
> Be sensitive: New sulfate, silicate and
chloride test kits
Test kits for samples with salt content
> Be unlimited: COD cell tests with
unlimited chloride tolerance
Special application methods
> Be sure: Bromate in water and drinking water
Test kits for Hach instruments
Supplementary software for breweries
Quality Assurance
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Photometric measurements
Spectroquant®
Safety in water analysis
Today quality assurance is a decisive factor in water and wastewater analysis –
after all, the results must be reliable. Only by ensuring start-to-finish
quality-assurance your measurements can be counted as secure and reproducible,
and are recognized as analytical results.
Our Spectroquant® analysis system and the components that make up our
professional AQA concept make your Internal Quality Control (IQC) operations
reliable and secure.
The Spectroquant® analysis system: user-friendly
cell and reagent tests – unmistakeable thanks to
barcode identification
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The Spectroquant® system at a glance
Instruments and accessories
Spectroquant® colorimeters and photometers combine high measurement
quality with simple handling: Spectroquant® Picco | Spectroquant® Move |
Spectroquant® Multy | Spectroquant® NOVA | Spectroquant® Pharo
Sample preparation
Simply effective and comfortable with crack sets and thermoreactors:
Spectroquant® Crack Set | Spectroquant® Thermoreactors TR 320 / 420 / 620
Test kits
More than 180 Spectroquant® test kits offer competent solutions for the
widest conceivable range of applications: Reagent test kits | Cell test kits |
Test kits for samples with salt content | Test kits for Hach instruments
Quality certificates
Quality certificates for each test kit confirm the consistent quality of all batches
Quality assurance
Perfect Analytical Quality Assurance (AQA) thanks to certified standards,
GLP-compliant documentation, and tools: Spectroquant® PhotoCheck |
Certipur® UV/VIS standards | Spectroquant® PipeCheck | Spectroquant® CombiCheck |
Standard solutions (CRM) for photometric applications | Certipur® standard solutions
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Spectroquant® instruments
Count on quality
From practical pocket colorimeters to powerful lab bench photometers –
the Spectroquant® range offers solutions for all water analysis requirements.
Thanks to their outstanding precision and simple, robust handling, you enjoy
the ultimate in convenience and reliability.
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For swift, secure results, all Spectroquant® instruments are pre-programmed to
work seamlessly with Spectroquant® test kits. What’s more, our Pharo and NOVA
photometers offer an integrated Analytical Quality Assurance (AQA) program,
which allows you to accurately and automatically monitor all components of your
analysis and ensure GLP-compliant operations. No matter which Spectroquant®
instrument you choose, high quality measurements are guaranteed.
Take your lab
to the sample
The new Spectroquant® Move 100 mobile colorimeter is the ideal companion
for on-site waste water and drinking water analysis.
Compact and robust, it allows you to test every
important parameter within a wide choice of
measuring ranges – for accurate answers
on the go.
Learn more about the
Spectroquant® Move 100
on page 72 or visit:
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Spectroquant® Picco – Easy, mobile colorimeter in a practical carry case
Picco COD / CSB
Compact instrument for the measurement of COD
(chemical oxygen demand)
1
Picco Cl2 / O3 / ClO2 / CyA / pH
Compact instrument for the measurement of chlorine,
ozone, chlorine dioxide, cyanuric acid, pH
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Spectroquant® Move – Robust colorimeter for rapid, reliable on-site analysis
Move
Ideal instrument for on-site waste water and
drinking water analysis
>100
Spectroquant® Multy – Comprehensive and rechargeable mobile lab colorimeter
Multy
Compact and portable for routine measurements
of different parameters
>130
Photometers
Spectroquant® NOVA – Compact and robust filter photometers
Spectroquant® NOVA 30 A
Basic instrument for routine measurements
in wastewater
>60
Spectroquant® NOVA 60
Routine measurements for drinking and wastewater
and all other water types
>170
Spectroquant® NOVA 60 A
As for NOVA 60, can also be operated
with rechargeable powerpack
>170
Spectroquant® Pharo – Versatile spectrophotometers for universal application
Spectroquant® Pharo 100
Spectrophotometer for all routine measurements as
well as for individual applications in the VIS range
>170
Spectroquant® Pharo 300
Spectrophotometer for all routine measurements as
well as for individual applications in the UV / VIS range
>170
* Possible with optional 12 V adaptor
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Spectroquant® Picco colorimeters
Simplify your analysis
Spectroquant® Picco colorimeters are so easy to operate, that they require no special training.
The instruments are pre-programmed for use with Spectroquant® test kits, and every stage
of the procedure is clearly described. If you need to test just one or two parameters, then the
Spectroquant® Picco is the ideal instrument for you.
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General technical data for all Picco colorimeters
Technical data
Optics
temperature-compensated LED and photosensor amplifier
Sample Chamber
waterproof
Power supply
9 V battery, providing 40 h of operation
(equivalent to approx. 600 measurement cycles of 4 minutes)
Auto-OFF
automatic switch-off
Dimensions case
270 x 225 x 80 mm (L x W x H)
Dimensions instrument
190 x 110 x 55 mm (L x W x H, without adapter)
Weight instrument
0.4 kg
Ambient temperature
0°C to +40°C
Allowable relative humidity
30 - 90 %, non condensing
CE-conformity
DIN EN 50 081-1, VDE 0839 part 81-1 1993-03,
DIN EN 50 082-2, VDE 0839 part 82-2 1996-02
Features
• Easy to use, require no training
• Pre-programmed for Spectroquant® test kits
• Practical carry case for convenient transportation
• Backlit display
• Real-time-clock and date storage function for measurement results
• Absorption measurement
• Water proofed instrument
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Spectroquant® Picco colorimeters
Spectroquant® Colorimeter Picco COD / CSB
Ord. No. 1.73608.0001
for the determination of COD
Delivery incl.
Case with photometer, 9 V battery, adapter for 16 mm round cells,
lid for adapter, operating manual
Measurement accuracy
±3.5 %
Measuring wavelength
430 nm (LED plus filter) and 605 nm (LED)
Measuring time
3 - 4 seconds
Auto-OFF
8 minutes after last key press
Spectroquant®
test kit
Measuring
range
Number
of tests
Ord. No.
COD Cell Test
10 - 150 mg/l
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1.14540.0001
COD Cell Test
25 - 1,500 mg/l
25
1.14541.0001
COD Cell Test
300 - 3,500 mg/l
25
1.14691.0001
COD Cell Test
0.50 - 10.00 g/l
25
1.14555.0001
Absorbance
-100 - 2,500 mA
Remark: For the digestion of COD a thermoreactor is required. Details see in chapter
Spectroquant® Thermoreactors.
Accessories for Spectroquant® Picco colorimeters
Product
Content
Ord. No.
Empty cells 24 mm with screw caps
package of 12 pcs
1.73650.0001
Empty cells 16 mm with screw caps
package of 25 pcs
1.14724.0001
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Spectroquant® Colorimeter Picco Cl2 / O3 / ClO2 / CyA / pH
Ord. No. 1.73607.0001
for the determination of free and total chlorine, ozone, chlorine dioxide, cyanuric acid and pH
Delivery incl.
Case with photometer, 9 V battery, adapter for 16 mm round
cells, lid for adapter, 3 x 24 mm round cells, operating manual
Measuring wavelength
528 nm (LED plus filter)
Measuring time
3 - 4 seconds
Auto-OFF
8 minutes after last key press
Spectroquant®
test kit
Measuring
range in mg/l
Number
of tests
Ord. No.
Chlorine Test, free
0.02 - 5.00
200
1.00598.0002
Chlorine Test, free
0.02 - 5.00
1,200
1.00598.0001
Chlorine Test, total
0.02 - 5.00
200
1.00602.0001
Chlorine Test, total
0.02 - 5.00
1,200
1.00602.0002
Chlorine Test, free and total
0.02 - 5.00
200
1.00599.0001
Chlorine Reagent 1 (liquid)
0.02 - 5.00
200
1.00086.0001
Free Chlorine:
Use Reagent 1+2
Chlorine Reagent 2 (liquid)
0.02 - 5.00
400
1.00087.0001
Total Chlorine:
Use Reagent 1+2+3
Chlorine Reagent 3 (liquid)
0.02 - 5.00
600
1.00088.0001
Ozone Test
0.02 - 3.40
200
1.00607.0001
Ozone Test
0.02 - 3.40
1,200
1.00607.0002
Chlorine Dioxide Test
0.05 - 9.50
200
1.00608.0001
Cyanuric Acid Test
2 - 160
100
1.19253.0001
pH Cell Test
pH 6.4 - 8.8
280
1.01744.0001
Absorbance
-100 - 2,500 mA
Spectroquant® Reference Standard
For chlorine, chlorine dioxide and ozone Ord. No. 1.19301.0001
For more information >> page 124
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Spectroquant® Move 100 colorimeter
Get answers on the move
The Spectroquant® Move 100 is made for rapid, reliable on-site analysis. No delays, no risk of sample
deterioration and no need for additional instruments. The small, portable colorimeter covers every
important parameter of drinking water and waste water analysis in one instrument.
With over 100 pre-programmed methods and a wide choice of measuring ranges, you have the most
suitable test for accurate results – wherever you go. Thanks to IP 68 classification, the Spectroquant®
Move 100 can even be used in wet or dusty environments. The instrument is pre-programmed for
use with Spectroquant® test kits, which come with enhanced Quality Certificate documentation to
simplify Analytical Quality Assurance (AQA).
Features
• Drinking and waste water analysis with one instrument on-the-spot
• Pre-programmed for over 100 parameters
• Wide choice of measuring ranges for accurate results
• Dust tight and waterproof according to IP 68 classification
• Secure results with simplified AQA and enhanced documentation
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Spectroquant® Move 100 colorimeter
Scope of delivery
Ord. No. 1.73632.0001
Instrument in light carrying case, 4 batteries, 3 round vials each 24 and
16 mm ∅, 1 adapter for 16 mm vials, screw driver, guarantee certificate,
certificate of compliance, instruction manual
Display
Backlit graphic-display
Interfaces
IR interface for data transfer
RJ45 connector for internet updates
Optics
LED, interference filter, photosensor, transparent measurement chamber
Wavelengths: 430, 530, 560, 580, 610 and 660 nm
Wavelength accuracy
±1 nm
Photometric accuracy
1.000 Abs ±0.020 Abs
2.600 Abs ±0.052 Abs ( 2 % FS)
(measured with standard solutions - T = 20 - 25°C)
Photometric resolution
0.005 A
Operation
Acid and solvent resistant tactile film keyboard
Power supply
4 batteries (Type AA/LR 6);
Lifetime: approx. 26 hours continuous use or 3,500 tests
Weight
approx. 450 g
Dimensions
approx. 210 x 95 x 45 mm (instrument)
approx. 395 x 295 x 106 mm (case)
IP classification
Dust and waterproof acc. to IP 68
Storage capacity
approx. 1,000 data sets
Accessories for Spectroquant® Move 100 colorimeter
Product
Content
Ord. No.
Spectroquant® Data Transfer
Instrument, USB cable, 4 batteries, screwdriver, CD-ROM, operating instructions,
guarantee certificate
1.73633.0001
Spectroquant® Verification Standard
6 sealed cells containing stable, colored solutions for measuring the absorbance
at 430 nm, 530 nm, 560 nm, 580 nm, 610 nm and 660 nm plus 1 sealed blank cell,
quality certificate, user instructions >> more information see page 124
1.19302.0001
Update cable for
Spectroquant® Move 100 Colorimeter
This cable enables to update the latest Software on Spectroquant® Move 100
1.73634.0001
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Spectroquant® Multy colorimeter
Test anywhere, anytime
The Spectroquant® Multy is ideal for users who seek a comprehensive yet inexpensive solution for
photometric water analysis. It is pre-programmed for over 130 methods based on Spectroquant® test kits,
which cover all essential parameters in drinking water and waste water analysis.
The rechargeable batteries and practical carry case allow you to work anywhere, anytime. While the
battery-charging feature means you can charge and run the instrument off the mains power supply.
Features
• Suitable for drinking water and waste water analysis
• Pre-programmed for over 130 methods using
Spectroquant® test kits
• Carry case for convenient transportation
• Rechargeable batteries for complete mobility
• Connection port for printing and data transfer
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Spectroquant® Colorimeter Multy
Scope of delivery
Ord. No. 1.73630.0001
Case, colorimeter, adapter unit for 16 mm round cells, lid for adapter unit,
7 rechargeable batteries, lithium battery (to ensure data storage),
interface cable for connection to the PC or printer, 3 x 16 mm round cells,
3 x 24 mm round cells, screw driver (for battery compartment),
100 ml plastic beaker, operating manual
Display
Large format graphic display
Optics
6 temperature compensated LED with interference filters,
internal reference channel (dual beam technology)
Measuring wavelength
430 nm, 530 nm, 560 nm, 580 nm, 610 nm, 660 nm
Interface
RS 232 for printer and PC connection
Methods
Programming of more than 130 methods for Spectroquant®
cell and reagent tests, as well as physical measurements and
pre-programmed applications
Keypad
Acid and solvent resistant,
touch-sensitive with audible feedback
Power Supply
7 Ni-MH-battery pack (AA/Mignon), charged whilst in the unit
with integrated mains charger, integrated overload cut-out.
Ambient Conditions
up to max. 90 % humidity (non condensing), approx. 5 - 40°C
System check
automatic selfcheck of the instrument
Storage capacity
for 1,000 data sets, with date, time and registration number
CE approval
yes
Dimensions
approx. 265 x 195 x 70 mm (unit),
440 x 370 x 140 mm (case)
Accessories for Spectroquant® Multy colorimeter
Product
Content
Ord. No.
Empty cells 24 mm with screw caps
package of 12 pcs
1.73650.0001
Empty cells 16 mm with screw caps
package of 25 pcs
1.14724.0001
Spectroquant® Verification Standard
For accuracy and reproducibility checks Ord. No. 1.19302.0001
For more information >> page 124
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Spectroquant® NOVA photometers
Maximize efficiency – in the lab or on the go
Spectroquant® NOVA lab bench photometers pack maximum convenience into minimum size.
They allow you to easily analyze water test kits right in your lab. Compact and robust, Spectroquant®
NOVA filter photometers have no moving parts and take very little space. Hence, they can be easily
carried to other labs, and – in the case of the 30A and 60A versions – even taken on-site.
Accurate results are another major benefit. The wide choice of parameters and measuring ranges of
Spectroquant® test kits eliminates dilution errors.
Furthermore, you can easily verify the instruments’ calibration using the automated Analytical Quality
Assurance (AQA) program and Spectroquant® PhotoCheck solutions. The system not only helps
secure your results, but also supports audits with comprehensive reports and documentation, which
can be easily downloaded.
Features
• Rapid analysis in the lab saves time and costs
• Variety of measuring ranges and parameters
for accurate results
• Robust, compact format enables easy
transportation between labs
• Spectroquant® PhotoCheck facilitates verification
of instrument’s calibration
• Comprehensive documentation simplifies audits
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Spectroquant® NOVA 30 A
Basic instrument for convenient waste water analysis with cell tests.
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Compact, robust and mobile when required
Barcode reading system for cell tests
AQA support and documentation
Runs all important cell tests for waste water analysis
Spectroquant® Photometer NOVA 30 A
Ord. No. 1.09748.0001
Net version, incl. rechargeable battery, graphic display 128 x 64 pixel
Wavelength
6 filters in array-technique with reference beam: 340, 445, 525,
550, 605, 690 nm ±2 nm, half band width 10 nm (30 nm for 340 nm)
Photometric reproducibility
0.001 A at 1.000 A
Photometric resolution
0.001 A
Types of determination
Absorbance, concentration, transmission
Measur. range of absorbance
-0.300 A to 3.200 A
Lamp
Tungsten halogen lamp, preset, no warm-up time, measuring time 2 s
Date/Time
real time clock integrated in the photometer
Cell compartment
16 mm ∅ cells
Test recognition
AutoSelect function (bar-code reading system)
automatic cell recognition
Method-update
via Internet
AQA
3 quality control modes
Turbidity correction
simultaneous multiwavelength measurement to correct turbidity
Interface
RS 232 C serial interface for printer and computer
Methods
Programming of more than 60 methods for Spectroquant® cell tests,
as well as physical measurements and pre-programmed applications
Storage capacity
up to 500 results
Power supply
100 - 240 V~, 50 - 60 Hz
Temperature
Storage: -25°C to +65°C, operations: +5°C to +40°C
Allowable relative humidity
Annual mean: ≤75 %, 30 days/year: 95 %, other days: 85 %
Dimensions
140 x 270 x 260 mm (H x D x W)
Weight
2.8 kg incl. battery
Spectroquant® PhotoCheck
For checking the photometer, further details see page 125.
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Spectroquant® NOVA photometers
Spectroquant® NOVA 60 and 60 A
For routine analysis of all water types with a universal range of applications
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Over 150 test kits with various measuring ranges
Stores up to 50 user-defined methods
Barcode reading system for all test kits
AQA support and documentation
Runs cell tests and reagent tests
NOVA 60 A can also be used for mobile analysis
Spectroquant® Photometer NOVA 60
Net version, graphic display 128 x 64 pixel
Wavelength
12 filters in array-technique with refer. beam: 340, 410, 445, 500, 525, 550, 565,
605, 620, 665, 690, 820 nm ±2 nm, half band width 10 nm (30 nm for 340 nm)
Photometric reproducibility
0.001 A at 1.000 A
Photometric resolution
0.001 A
Types of determination
Absorbance, concentration, transmission
Measur. range of absorbance
-0.300 A bis 3.200 A
Lamp
Tungsten halogen lamp, preset, no warm-up time, measuring time 2 s
Date/Time
real time clock integrated in the photometer
Cell compartment
10, 20, 50 mm cuvettes and 16 mm ∅ cells
Test recognition
AutoSelect function (barcode reading system)
automatic cell recognition
Method-update
via Internet
AQA
3 quality control modes
Turbidity correction
simultaneous multiwavelength measurement to correct turbidity
Interface
RS 232 C serial interface for printer and computer
Methods
Programming of more than 170 methods for Spectroquant® cell and reagent
tests, as well as physical measurements and pre-programmed applications
Storage capacity
up to 1,000 results
Special functions
50 free programmable methods
Power supply
100 - 240 V~, 50 - 60 Hz
Temperature
Storage: -25°C to +65°C, operations: +5°C to +40°C
Allowable relative humidity
Annual mean: ≤75 %, 30 days/year: 95 %, other days: 85 %
Dimensions
140 x 270 x 260 mm (H x D x W)
Weight
2.3 kg
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Cleaning agents for cells and glass vessels.
For more information see page 83.
Spectroquant® Photometer NOVA 60 A
Ord. No. 1.09752.0001
Net version incl. rechargeable battery, graphic display 128 x 64 pixel
All technical details same as NOVA 60 (Ord. No. 1.09751.0001)
Weight 2.8 kg incl. battery
Accessories for Spectroquant® NOVA photometers
Cases
Ord. No.
Case for Spectroquant® NOVA 30 and NOVA 60 photometers
1.09769.0001
PC software and cable
Ord. No.
Multi-Achat II for Windows (German Version + English Version on CD-ROM).
1.14964.0001
PC software for transferring data from the Spectroquant® NOVA 30, NOVA 60,
and NOVA 400 photometers. Additional tool enables control WTW pH, oxygen
and conductivity meters. System requirements: Windows 98/2000/XP/WIN 7 (32-Bit)
PC cable for Spectroquant® NOVA 30, NOVA 60, NOVA 400 photometers (for serial bus)
1.14667.0001
Halogen lamps
Ord. No.
Halogen lamp for Spectroquant® NOVA 30 and NOVA 60 photometers
1.09749.0001
Halogen lamp for Spectroquant® NOVA 400 spectrophotometer
1.09778.0001
Rectangular and round cells
Ord. No.
Rectangular cells 10 mm (1 pack = 2 pcs)
1.14946.0001
Rectangular cells 20 mm (1 pack = 2 pcs)
1.14947.0001
Rectangular cells 50 mm (1 pack = 2 pcs)
1.14944.0001
Semi-microcells 50 mm (1 pack = 2 pcs)
1.73502.0001
Rectangular cells quartz 10 mm (1 pack = 2 pcs)
1.00784.0001
Empty cells 16 mm ∅ (1 pack = 25 pcs) with screw cap
1.14724.0001
Positioning Aid for 10 mm plastic cuvette
1.00787.0001
Zero Cell (1 pack = 1 pc) >> more information see page 125
1.73503.0001
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Spectroquant® Pharo spectrophotometers
Expand your measurement possibilities
Program your own methods, record spectra or kinetic profiles, and make multi-wavelength measurements.
It’s all possible with Spectroquant® Pharo spectrophotometers. They combine the advantages of
a system photometer with the versatility of a spectrophotometer – to give you complete freedom in
water analysis.
Optimally suited for use with Spectroquant® test kits, the spectrophotometers are equipped with a
barcode scanning system that automatically identifies cells and selects measuring ranges. Despite their
sophistication, the instruments offer the simplest possible operation thanks to their intuitive menu
interface and large-format display. You also benefit from an integrated Analytical Quality Assurance
(AQA) program, which helps you easily ensure GLP-compliant operations. Furthermore, USB and RS-232
interfaces are provided to facilitate data transfer to printers, PCs and USB sticks.
Features
• Unlimited possibilities with own-method programming and numerous
pre-programmed test kits
• Simplest possible handling with barcode ID for all Spectroquant® test kits
• Automatically identifies cells and selects measuring ranges
• Integrated AQA program to ensure GLP compliance
• USB and RS-232 interfaces for data transfer and printing
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Spectroquant® Pharo 100
For all routine measurements as well as individual use in the VIS range
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Wavelength spectrum from 320 to 1,100 nm
Barcode reading system for test kits
AQA support and documentation
Universal applications
Spectroquant® Spectrophotometer Pharo 100
Ord. No. 1.00706.0001
Spectrophotometer with plug-in power supply, backlit graphic display
Wavelength range
320 - 1,100 nm
Technology
Stabilized single-beam
Source lamp
Tungsten halogen lamp
Measuring modes
Concentration, absorbance, transmission, multi wavelengths, scans and
kinetics in absorbance or transmission mode
Spectral bandwidth
4 nm
Wavelength resolution
1 nm
Wavelength accuracy
±1 nm
Photometric range
±3.3 A
Absorbance resolution
0.001 A
Absorbance accuracy
0.003 A bei <0.600 A; 0.5 % of the reading for 0.600 ≤A ≥2,000
Scan
Scans in 1 nm increments with free selectable wavelength range
Cells
16 mm round, 10, 20, 50 mm rectangular with automatic cell size recognition
Test recognition
Autom. bar-code reading system for all Spectroquant® cell and reagent tests
Method update
via Internet / PC or via USB stick
Instrument-supported quality AQA 1: Instrument check using PhotoCheck and/or Certipur® UV/VIS standards
assurance
AQA 2: System check using CombiCheck resp. Certipur® standards
AQA 3: Testing samples for interferences by means of the MatrixCheck function
Communication interfaces
1 USB-A, 1 USB-B, 1 RS 232
Data storage
1000 single measured values; 4 MB for scans and kinetics, i.e. approx. 100
scans (300 - 900 nm) and 400 kinetic curves with 150 single values each
Languages
German, English, Spanish, French, Italian, Brazilian-Portuguese, Bulgarian,
Chinese (simplified), Chinese (traditional), Czech, Greek, Hungarian (Magyar),
Indonesian, Japanese, Malay, Mazedonian, Norwegian, Polish, Portuguese
(see Brazilian-Portuguese), Russian, Slowenian, Thai*
Methods and profiles
Programmed methods of all Spectroquant® cell and reagent tests, 100 userdefined
methods, 20 profiles for kinetic and absorption scans each
Protection class
IP 30
Power supply
Country specific power supply, length of the connection cable: 2.0 m
Power requirements
100 - 240 V ~ / 50 - 60 Hz / 0.70 A
Temperature
Operating: +10°C to +35°C, Storage: -25°C to +65°C
Allowable relative humidity
Annual mean: ≤75 %; 30 days / year: 95 %; other days: 85 %
Dimensions
404 x 197 x 314 mm (width x height x depth)
Weight
approx. 4.5 kg (without plug-in power supply)
*please contact your Merck Millipore representative for availability of additional languages
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Spectroquant® Pharo spectrophotometers
Spectroquant® Pharo 300
For all routine measurements as well as individual use in the UV-VIS range
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Wavelength spectrum from 190 to 1,100 nm
Barcode reading system for test kits
AQA support and documentation
Virtually limitless range of applications
Spectroquant® UV/VIS Spectrophotometer Pharo 300
Spectrophotometer with plug-in power supply for all routine measurements and for individual use
in the UV/VIS range, backlit graphic display
Wavelength range
190 - 1,100 nm
Technology
Stabilized single-beam
Source lamp
Xenon flashlamp
Measuring modes
Concentration, absorbance, transmission, multi wavelengths, scans and
kinetics in absorbance or transmission mode
Spectral bandwidth
4 nm
Wavelength resolution
1 nm
Wavelength accuracy
±1 nm
Photometric range
±3.3 A
Absorbance resolution
0.001 A
Absorbance accuracy
0.003 A bei <0.600 A / 0.5 % of the reading for 0.600 ≤A ≥2.000
Scan
Scans in 1 nm increments with free selectable wavelength range
Cells
16 mm round, 10, 20, 50 mm rectangular with automatic cell size recognition
Test recognition
Automatic bar-code reading system for all Spectroquant® cell and reagent tests
Method update
via Internet/PC or via USB stick
Instrument-supported quality AQA 1: Instrument check using PhotoCheck and/or Certipur® UV/VIS standards
assurance
AQA 2: System check using CombiCheck resp. Certipur® standards
AQA 3: Testing samples for interferences by means of the MatrixCheck function
Communication interfaces
1 USB-A, 1 USB-B, 1 RS 232
Data storage
1,000 single measured values; 4 MB for scans and kinetics, i.e. approx. 100
scans (300 - 900 nm) and 400 kinetic curves with 150 single values each
Languages
German, English, Spanish, French, Italian, Brazilian-Portuguese, Bulgarian,
Chinese (simplified), Chinese (traditional), Czech, Greek, Hungarian (Magyar),
Indonesian, Japanese, Malay, Mazedonian, Norwegian, Polish, Portuguese
(see Brazilian-Portuguese), Russian, Slowenian, Thai*
Methods and profiles
Programmed methods of all Spectroquant® cell and reagent tests, 100 userdefined
methods, 20 profiles for kinetic and absorption scans each
Protection class
IP 31
Power supply
Country specific power supply, length of the connection cable: 2.0 m
Power requirements
100 - 240 V ~ / 50 - 60 Hz / 0.70 A
Temperature
Operating: +10°C to +35°C, Storage: -25°C to +65°C
Allowable relative humidity
Annual mean: ≤75 %, 30 days / year: 95 %, other days: 85 %
Dimensions
404 x 197 x 314 mm (width x heigth x depth)
Weight
approx. 4.5 kg (without plug-in power supply)
*please contact your Merck Millipore representative for availability of additional languages
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Certipur® UV/VIS standards
for checking the photometer, further details see page 125.
Accessories for Spectroquant® Pharo spectrophotometers
Cases and cables for portable use*
Ord. No.
Halogen lamp modul for Spectroquant® spectrophotometer Pharo 100
1.00660.0001
Case for Spectroquant® spectrophotometer Pharo 100 and Pharo 300
1.00670.0001
12 V adapter for Spectroquant® spectrophotometer Pharo 100 and Pharo 300 (car, PowerPack)
1.00786.0001
* For the mobile use of the Spectroquant® Pharo spectrophotometers we recommend using a PowerPack rechargeable battery
with a 12 V plug adapter as the power source.
Rectangular and round cells
Ord. No.
Rectangular cells 10 mm (1 pack = 2 pcs)
1.14946.0001
Rectangular cells 20 mm (1 pack = 2 pcs)
1.14947.0001
Rectangular cells 50 mm (1 pack = 2 pcs)
1.14944.0001
Semi-microcells 50 mm (1 pack = 2 pcs)
1.73502.0001
Rectangular cells quartz 10 mm (1 pack = 2 pcs)
1.00784.0001
Empty cells 16 mm ∅ (1 pack = 25 pcs) with screw cap
1.14724.0001
Positioning Aid for 10 mm plastic cuvette
1.00787.0001
Zero Cell (1 pack = 1 pc) >> more information see page 125
1.73503.0001
Accessories for Spectroquant® photometer and spectrophotometer
The cleanliness of the working environment and accessories is an unconditional prerequisite for the accuracy of the measurements.
All instruments used must be clean and dry. After the analysis has been completed, the volumetric flasks, pipettes, reagent vessels,
and cells used must be thoroughly washed with water immediately and subsequently rinsed with distilled water. The cell surfaces
must be absolutely clean, dry, and clear. Any stains or marks adhering to surfaces can be wiped off using a dry cloth. Greasy marks
can be removed by immersing the vessel in question in 2 - 5 % Extran and subsequently rinsing with distilled water.
Cleaning validation The Spectroquant® non ionic surfactants cell test (page 108) supports an effective cleaning validation.
Details on www.merckmillipore.com, search “Extran”.
Cleaning agents for cells and glass vessels
Ord. No.
Extran detergent, MA 02 neutral (1 pack = 2.5 l)
1.07553.2500
Extran detergent, MA 05 liquid, alkaline, phosphate-free concentrate (1 pack = 2.5 l)
1.40000.2500
Extran MA 02 neutral is adequate for normal stains and marks. Caution! Do not use in connection with the determination
of phosphorus, since Extran MA 02 neutral contains phosphates. The pH of a 2 - 5 % solution is approx. 7.2 - 7.5.
Extran MA 05 phosphate-free is advisable to use in the case of stubborn stains. Caution! Do not use for alkali-sensitive
material such as aluminium etc. The pH of a 2 - 5 % solution is approx. 11.6 - 12.0.
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Spectroquant® sample preparation
Simply effective and comfortable
Sample preparation is an integral component of the Spectroquant® analysis
system. Some test kits already contain all the reagents necessary for preparing
the sample material for analysis. COD, TOC, AOX, total nitrogen, total phosphorus,
total chromium, and silver can be swiftly and easily determined with our
tests. The test kits contain all the necessary reagents – even those required for
the decomposition.
But it’s not always a matter of determining the total content. This is why
decomposition reagents for sample preparation are also available as separate
packs – as Spectroquant® Crack Sets. In this way you retain your working
flexibility, while at the same time you save having to order all the chemicals
in the test kit. Samples can then be effortlessly decomposed in the
Spectroquant® thermoreactors.
The reagents contained in the package and
the analysis instructions accessible at
www.merckmillipore.com/photometry make
sample digestion a child’s play.
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Spectroquant® Crack Sets at a glance
Spectroquant® Crack Set 10
Ord. No. 1.14687.0001
for 100 digestions
Scope of delivery and features:
The Crack Set 10 for 100 decompositions contains digestion reagents for the determination of the total content of cadmium,
chromium, copper, iron, lead, nickel, phosphorus, and zinc for use in conjunction with the thermoreactor.
Contents:
Digestion reagent, acid, neutralizing agent for pH adjustment.
Spectroquant® Crack Set 10 C
Ord. No. 1.14688.0001
for 25 digestions
Scope of delivery and features:
The “C” stands for cells. This means that the cells necessary for the decomposition in the thermoreactor are contained in the set.
The digestion reagent is predosed, and the set’s application is identical to that of the Crack Set 10.
Contents:
Digestion reagent filled into round cells, acid, neutralizing agent for pH adjustment.
Spectroquant® Crack Set 20
Ord. No. 1.14963.0001
for 90 digestions
Scope of delivery and features:
The Crack Set 20 contains digestion reagents for the determination of total nitrogen for use with the thermoreactor.
Contents:
Digestion reagent, lye.
Analytical application finder
Find more application notes about how to prepare different
samples for photometric analysis with Spectroquant® test kit
with our analytical application finder:
www.merckmillipore.com/aaf > Photometry
When the objective is to determine
the total content of certain
parameters, the Crack Sets contain
all the necessary reagents.
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Spectroquant® thermoreactors
Simply comfortable
Developed in practice for practice, we offer a system of Spectroquant® thermoreactors that fulfils every
conceivable requirement. Preinstalled standard programmes for routine digestions help avoid operating
mistakes from occurring in the first place.
Features
• Practically oriented tuning of the digestion
reagents to the thermoreactors
• Simple handling thanks to user-friendly
description of the digestion procedures
• Flexible selection between standard programmes
and individual programming
• Time-saving COD rapid digestion method
The eight standard digestion programmes of the Spectroquant® thermoreactor family for day-to-day routine use
Temperature
Time
Method
148°C
120 min
for COD
148°C
20 min
150°C
120 min
120°C
120 min
120°C
60 min
for COD (rapid digestion method)
for COD acc. to USEPA
for TOC
for total nitrogen, total contents of Cr, Cu, Ni, Pb, Cd, Fe, and Zn
120°C
30 min
for AOX and total phosphorus, cyanide
120°C
60 min
for Ag
100°C
30 min
A description of the digestion procedures is already integrated in the instruction sheets included with the test kits. For special digestion
variants there are applications available as downloads from the internet.
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General technical data for all thermoreactors
Technical data
Scope of delivery
Incl. integrated protective hood for the determination of COD and TOC, as well as of total contents
of cadmium, chromium, copper, cyanide, iron, lead, nickel, nitrogen, phosphorus, silver, and zinc.
Display
LCD display for temperature and time, desired and actual values for heating time and temperature
continually shown in the LCD display
Heater
On/off display (the LED blinks red during the heating phase and is permanently on during the
digestion phase), contact guard on the surface of the heating-block
Spectroquant® thermoreactors at a glance
Spectroquant® TR 320 thermoreactor – the starter model
Functions
Area of application
• 8 stored standard programmes
• Simultaneous digestion of 12 samples
The instrument features all you need for handling digestions
simply and correctly.
Spectroquant® TR 420 thermoreactor – the advanced instrument for experts
Functions
Area of application
• Free temperature and time selection
• 8 stored standard and 8 free programmes
• Simultaneous digestion of 24 samples
• Thermosensor and PC cable available
• AQA documentation for control purposes
• Individual programming for future assignments
The instrument already has all digestion programmes
necessary for wastewater analysis preinstalled, but can also
be individually used in the temperature range up to 170°C
and with digestion times of up to three hours.
Spectroquant® TR 620 thermoreactor – the two-in-one instrument for professional use
Functions
Area of application
• As for the TR 420 thermoreactor,
but with two separate temperature-selectable
heating zones
As a two-in-one professional model this instrument features
all the advantages of the TR 420. It has two separate
controllable heating blocks, which makes it possible to run
different digestion programmes at one and the same time.
It is e.g. capable of simultaneously digesting 12 COD and
12 TOC samples at the different temperatures required, yielding
results after just 120 minutes.
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Spectroquant® Thermoreactor TR 320
Holes
12 for cell tests ∅ 16 mm
Temperature selection
100°C, 120°C and 148°C ±1.0°C
Controlling accuracy
±1°C ±1 digit
Heating time
8 temperature heating-time programs for simplest possible operation:
Ord. No. 1.71200.0001
148°C (20 min or 120 min), 150°C (120 min), 120°C (30 min, 60 min
or 120 min), 100°C (30 + 60 min) automatic power switch-off at the end
of the heating time
Mains version
115 V~ / 230 V~, 50 Hz / 60 Hz convertible
Dimensions
180 x 256 x 307 mm (H x W x D)
Weight
2.85 kg
Spectroquant® Thermoreactor TR 420
Holes
24 for cell tests ∅ 16 mm
Temperature selection
Room temperature -170°C ±1.0°C
Controlling accuracy
±1°C ±1 digit
Timer
0 - 180 min freely selectable
Heating time
8 temperature heating-time programmes for simplest possible operation:
148°C (20 min or 120 min), 150°C (120 min), 120°C (30 min, 60 min or
120 min), 100°C (30 + 60 min), as well as eight freely selectable programmes,
automatic power switch-off at the end of the heating time
Optional accessories
Thermosensor: heating-block temperature-monitoring option via integrated serial
interface and control software for AQA, brass adapter with integrated
Pt sensor fitting the holes incl. connector cable (for checking equipment)
Mains version
115 V~ / 230 V~, 50 Hz / 60 Hz convertible
Dimensions
180 x 256 x 307 mm (H x W x D)
Weight
3.6 kg
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Spectroquant® Thermoreactor TR 620
Holes
24 (2 x 12) for cell tests ∅ 16 mm, the temperature of each of
the two heating zones can be set and controlled separately
Temperature selection
Room temperature -170°C ±1.0°C
Controlling accuracy
±1°C ±1 digit
Timer
0 - 180 min freely selectable
Heating time
8 temperature heating-time programmes for simplest possible
operation: 148°C (20 min or 120 min), 150°C (120 min),
120°C (30 min, 60 min or 120 min), 100°C (30 + 60 min)
as well as eight freely selectable programmes, automatic
power switch-off at the end of the heating time
Optional accessories
Thermosensor: heating-block temperature-monitoring option
via integrated serial interface and control software for AQA,
brass adapter with integrated Pt sensor fitting the holes incl.
connector cable (for checking equipment)
Mains version
115 V~ / 230 V~, 50 Hz / 60 Hz convertible
Dimensions
180 x 256 x 307 mm (H x W x D)
Weight
3.6 kg
Ord. No. 1.71202.0001
Accessories for Spectroquant® thermoreactors
Thermosensor for thermoreactors TR 420/620
Ord. No. 1.71203.0001
The thermosensor measures the current temperature in the bore of the thermoreactor and compares it with the
specified temperature. The results can be transmitted to a PC for documentation purposes.
PC cable for thermoreactors TR 420/620
Ord. No. 1.71204.0001
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Spectroquant® test kits
Assured quality
For swift, secure analysis, there’s no better choice than Spectroquant® test
kits. Consisting of validated, standard-compliant reagents, the kits are
pre-programmed for use with Spectroquant® instruments to ensure rapid,
reliable results. Thanks to their excellent quality, most of our kits conform to
international standards, allowing you to test with absolute confidence.
Smart technology
Our test kits offer even greater convenience when used with Spectroquant® NOVA and Pharo photometers.
A barcode identification system automatically matches the kits with the instruments’ methods. In addition,
blank values are pre-programmed, so there is no need to perform these individually. Such features not only
ensure error-free measurements, but also save time and costs.
Proven security
Each Spectroquant® test kit is accompanied by a lot certificate with batch-specific information containing
details and results for each quality test conducted. We also supply a comprehensive quality certificate,
which can be used for audits at accredited laboratories. Both certificates can be downloaded from our
website: www.merckmillipore.com/photometry.
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Be sensitive
New sulfate, silicate and chloride test kits
Our three new Spectroquant® photometric test kits have
one thing in common: They offer the most sensitive ranges.
Now you can detect even lower concentrations of sulfate,
silicate and chloride in cooling or boiler water – to lower
the risk of costly corrosion.
More details on page 94 and 108
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Benefits
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Preprogrammed blank values ensure fast, reliable results and save costs
Barcode identification system enables rapid and simple operation
Validated, standard-compliant reagents guarantee secure analysis
Batch and quality certificates available 24/7 from our website
Reagent test kits
These convenient test kits contain highly stable, ready-to-use
reagent mixtures and an AutoSelector which uses the barcode
system to automatically choose the appropriate method in
Spectroquant® NOVA or Pharo photometers. By selecting the
appropriate cell format, you can easily vary the measuring
range. The packaging insert presents an overview of the
reaction principle, working procedures and application areas.
Spectroquant® reagent test kits offer an extremely long shelf
life of up to three years at room temperature.
Cell test kits
The cell test kits contain virtually all reagents necessary for
the analysis. When used with a Spectroquant® NOVA or Pharo
photometer, the system intuitively selects the correct analysis
method in the instrument. All important information regarding
contents, safety and batch number are provided on the kit’s
label. Like in the reagent tests, here the provided packaging
insert presents as well an overview of the reaction
principle, working procedures and application areas.
Spectroquant® cell test kits also offer an extremely long
shelf life of up to three years at room temperature.
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Index A
Parameter
A
Measuring range of the Spectroquant® instruments [mg/l]
Pharo 100/300
NOVA 30/60
Multy
Move 100
Reference No. of Ord. No.
form
tests
Absorbance
-3.300 - 3.300 A
-0.300 - 3.000 A •
-2.600 - 2.600 A
–
–
Acid Capacity Cell Test
0.40 - 8.00 mmol/l
0.40 - 8.00 mmol/l • 0.40 - 8.00 mmol/l
0.40 - 8.00 mmol/l
CaCO3
120
1.01758.0001
to pH 4.3 (total alkalinity) 1)
20 - 400
20 - 400
20 - 400
20 - 400
Aluminium Cell Test
0.02 - 0.50
0.02 - 0.50 •
0.05 - 0.50
0.05 - 0.50
Al
25
1.00594.0001
Aluminium Test
0.020 - 1.20
0.020 - 1.20
20 - 700 µg/l
20 - 700 µg/l
Al
350
1.14825.0001
Ammonia, free
0.000 - 3.0
–
–
–
NH3-N
–
–
25
1.14739.0001
1.14752.0002
-2.600 - 2.600 A
ADMI Color measurement
Alkalinity (total)
0.000 - 3.65
NH3
Ammonium Cell Test
0.010 - 2.000
0.010 - 2.000 •
10 - 2.000 µg/l
10 - 2.000 µg/l
0.01 - 2.58
0.01 - 2.58
10 - 2.576 µg/l
10 - 2.576 µg/l
NH4
Ammonium Test
0.010 - 3.00
0.010 - 3.00
0.02 - 1.30
0.02 - 1.30
NH4-N
250
0.013 - 3.86
0.013 - 3.86
0.03 - 1.67
0.03 - 1.67
NH4
500
1.14752.0001
0.20 - 8.00
0.20 - 8.00 •
0.20 - 8.00
0.20 - 8.00
NH4-N
25
1.14558.0001
0.26 - 10.30
0.26 - 10.30
0.26 - 10.30
0.26 - 10.30
NH4
0.5 - 16.0
0.5 - 16.0 •
–
–
–
25
1.14544.0001
0.6 - 20.6
0.6 - 20.6
2.0 - 150
2.0 - 150
1.0 - 50.0
1.0 - 50.0
NH4-N
100
1.00683.0001
2.6 - 193
2.6 - 193
1.3 - 64.4
1.3 - 64.4
NH4
4.0 - 80.0
4.0 - 80.0 •
4.0 - 80.0
4.0 - 80.0
NH4-N
25
1.14559.0001
5.2 - 103.0
5.2 - 103.0
5.2 - 103.0
5.2 - 103.0
NH4
0.10 - 8.00
0.10 - 8.00
–
–
Sb
–
–
Ammonium Cell Test
Ammonium Cell Test
Ammonium Test
Ammonium Cell Test
Antimony
NH4-N
AOX Cell Test
0.05 - 2.50
0.05 - 2.50 •
0.05 - 2.50
0.05 - 2.50
AOX
25
1.00675.0001
AOX Sample Preparation Set
–
–
–
–
–
25
1.00677.0001
AOX Enrichment Set
–
–
–
–
–
2
1.00678.0001
AOX Standard
–
–
–
–
–
8 - 16
1.00680.0001
Arsenic Test
0.001 - 0.100
0.001 - 0.100
5 - 100 µg/l
5 - 100 µg/l
As
30
1.01747.0001
Arsenic reagent 2:
–
–
–
–
–
50
1.00731.1000
–
–
–
–
–
27
1.08780.0500
–
–
–
–
–
1
1.73501.0001
0.2 - 2.0 mg/l
Sulfuric acid 95 - 97 %
for analysis EMSURE® ISO
Arsenic reagent 7:
Zinc granular for analysis, particle size
about 3 - 8 mm EMSURE® ISO
Absorption Tube for Arsenic
with ground joint NS29
• useable in NOVA 30
1) The cell test contains three 16 mm cells with a barcode label. After measurement the cells can be emptied and cleaned for subsequent measurements.
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Data for other brands of photometers
to use
Spectroquant® test kits with photometers from other suppliers, simply download
the free programming data from our website: www.service-test-kits.com
Method
Comments
Pipette volume
[ml]
Cell size [mm]
NOVA/Pharo
Accuracy
[mg/l]
own coloring
physical measurement
-
10, 20, 50
–
Indicator
–
4.0 + 1.0 + 0.5
–
±0.29
Areas of
application
2, 5, 9, 10, 11, 13, 15, 18
mmol/l
see Color, ADMI
see Acid Capacity Cell Tests to pH 4.3
Chromazurol S
analogous APHA 3500-Al B, DIN ISO 10566
0.25 + 6.0
–
±0.03
Chromazurol S
analogous APHA 3500-Al B, DIN ISO 10566
0.25 + 1.2 + 5.0
10, 20, 50
±0.009
1, 6, 8, 9, 11, 13, 15,
17, 18
1, 6, 9, 11, 13, 15, 16,
17, 18
–
Application, measurement of free ammonia under
0.6 + 5.0
10, 20, 50
–
2, 9, 13, 18
5.0
–
±0.052
1, 2, 5, 9, 11, 13, 15,
0.6 + 5.0
10, 20, 50
±0.016
1.0
–
±0.19
consideration of the pH and temperature of the
sample after spectrophotometric determination of the
ammonium content, additionally required 1.14752
Indophenol blue
analogous EPA 350.1, APHA 4500-NH3 F,
Indophenol blue
analogous EPA 350.1, APHA 4500-NH3 F,
ISO 7150-1, DIN 38406-5
17, 18
ISO 7150-1, DIN 38406-5
Indophenol blue
17, 18
analogous EPA 350.1, APHA 4500-NH3 F,
ISO 7150-1, DIN 38406-5
Indophenol blue
1, 2, 5, 9, 11, 13, 15,
1, 2, 5, 6, 8, 9, 11, 13, 15,
16, 18
analogous EPA 350.1, APHA 4500-NH3 F,
0.5
–
±0.4
1, 6, 8, 11, 13, 16, 18
0.1 / 0.2 + 5.0
10
±1.7
1, 4, 8, 12, 16, 18
0.1
–
±1.9
1, 4, 8, 16, 18
4.0 + 1.0 + 5.0
10
–
11, 18
5, 8, 9, 10 ,11, 13, 15, 18
ISO 7150-1, DIN 38406-5
Indophenol blue
analogous EPA 350.1, APHA 4500-NH3 F,
ISO 7150-1, DIN 38406-5
Indophenol blue
analogous EPA 350.1, APHA 4500-NH3 F,
ISO 7150-1, DIN 38406-5
Brillant green
Application,
see more information in Pharo and NOVA manual
Iron(III)-thiocyanate
adsorption analogous EN ISO 9562
0.2 + 1.0 + 7.0
–
±0.20
–
additionally required for AOX measurement
–
–
–
–
for multiple use,
–
–
–
–
for 8 - 16 quality tests, analogous DIN EN ISO 9562
5.0 / 10.0
–
–
5, 8, 9, 10, 11, 13, 15, 18
10, 20
±0.003
5, 8, 10, 11, 13, 15, 18
additionally required for AOX measurement
Silver DDTC
analogous EPA 206.4, APHA 3500-As B,
1.0 + 5.0 + 20
ASTM D2972-08A
(+ 350)
–
additionally required for Arsenic measurement
–
–
–
–
additionally required for Arsenic measurement
–
–
–
–
for multiple use, additionally required for
–
–
–
Arsenic measurement
Areas of application:
1 Agriculture
2 Aquaculture
3
4
5
6
Beverages
Biotechnology, fermenter
Boiler water, cooling water
Construction-material industry
7
8
9
10
Disinfection control
Disposal drainage water
Drinking water
Electroplating surf. refin.
11
12
13
14
Environment
Food testing
Groundwater, surface water
Milk dairy products
15
16
17
18
Mineral water
Seawater
Swimming pools
Wastewater
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Spectroquant® test kits
Index B-C
Parameter
B
Measuring range of the Spectroquant® instruments [mg/l]
Pharo 100/300
NOVA 30/60
Multy
Move 100
Reference No. of Ord. No.
form
tests
BOD Cell Test 1)
0.5 - 3000
0.5 - 3000 •
0.5 - 3000
0.5 - 3000
BOD
50
1.00687.0001
BOD (Oxygen) Reaction bottle
–
–
–
–
–
1
1.14663.0001
BOD Nutrient Salt Mixture
–
–
–
–
–
12 l
1.00688.0001
–
–
–
–
–
10 l
1.00718.0001
Boron Test
0.050 - 0.800
0.050 - 0.800
–
–
B
60
1.14839.0001
Boron Cell Test
0.05 - 2.00
0.05 - 2.00
0.05 - 2.00
0.05 - 2.00
B
25
1.00826.0001
Bromate
0.003 - 0.120
0.003 - 0.120
–
–
BrO3
–
–
0.020 - 10.00
0.020 - 10.00
0.10 - 5.00
0.10 - 5.00
Br2
200
1.00605.0001
0.0020 - 0.500
0.0020 - 0.500
5 - 500 µg/l
5 - 500 µg/l
Cd
55
1.01745.0001
Cadmium Cell Test 2)
0.025 - 1.000
0.025 - 1.000 •
25 - 1.000 µg/l
25 - 1.000 µg/l
Cd
25
1.14834.0001
Calcium Test
0.20 - 4.00
0.20 - 4.00
–
–
Ca
100
1.00049.0001
100
1.14815.0001
25
1.00858.0001
(with allyl thiourea)
BOD Standard
210 ±20 mg/l
Bromine Test
C
Cadmium Test
2)
Calcium Test
Calcium Cell Test
5 - 160
5 - 160
5 - 160
5 - 160
Ca
7 - 224
7 - 224
7 - 224
7 - 224
CaO
12 - 400
12 - 400
13 - 400
13 - 400
CaCO3
1.0 - 15.0
1.0 - 15.0
Ca
1.4 - 21.0
1.4 - 21.0
CaO
2.5 - 37.5
2.5 - 37.5
CaCO3
–
Ca
10 - 250
10 - 250 •
10 - 250
14 - 350
14 - 350
14 - 350
CaO
25 - 624
25 - 624
25 - 625
CaCO3
Carbohydrazide
Chloride Test
0.10 - 5.00
0.10 - 5.00
0.50 - 5.00
0.50 - 5.00
Cl
100
1.01807.0001
Chloride Cell Test
0.5 - 15.0
0.5 - 15.0 •
0.5 - 15.0
0.5 - 15.0
Cl
25
1.01804.0001
Chloride Test
2.5 - 250
2.5 - 250
10 - 250
10 - 250
Cl
100
1.14897.0001
175
1.14897.0002
Chloride Cell Test
5 - 125
5 - 125 •
5 - 125
5 - 125
Cl
25
1.14730.0001
Chlorine Test (free chlorine)
0.010 - 6.00
0.010 - 6.00
0.02 - 3.00
0.02 - 3.00
Cl2
200
1.00598.0002
1,200
1.00598.0001
USEPA approved 3b)
Chlorine Cell Test 1) (free chlorine)
0.03 - 6.00
0.03 - 6.00 •
0.05 - 5.00
0.05 - 5.00
Cl2
200
1.00595.0001
0.010 - 6.00
0.010 - 6.00
0.02 - 3.00
0.02 - 3.00
Cl2
200
1.00602.0001
1200
1.00602.0002
USEPA approved 3b)
Chlorine Test (total chlorine)
USEPA approved 3c)
• useable in NOVA 30
1) The cell test contains three 16 mm cells with a barcode label. After measurement the cells can be emptied and cleaned for subsequent measurements.
2) For determination of total content of this parameter use one of the Crack Sets before the photometric procedure, see page 84.
3) This method is officially recognized by the USEPA as an alternative method for the investigation of a) wastewater, b) drinking water, and, respectively, c) drinking water and wastewater.
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Method
Comments
Pipette volume
[ml]
Cell size [mm]
NOVA/Pharo
Accuracy
[mg/l]
Areas of
application
mod. Winkler method
–
–
–
4 bottles are necessary for
–
–
±0.5
2, 8, 9, 10, 11, 13, 16, 18
–
–
20
–
–
–
–
1 determination, 6 for 2, 8 for 3 etc.
–
for 12 x 1 l nutrient salt solution, additionally
required for BOD measurement, anal. DIN EN 1899
–
for 10 x 1 l standard solution, analogous DIN EN 1899 –
Rosocyanine
analogous EPA 213.3, ASTM D3082-09,
0.5 + 0.8 + 1.0 + 10
APHA 4500-B B
1.5 + 5.0 + 6.0
Azomethine H
analogous DIN 38405-17
1.0 + 4.0
3,3'- Dimethyl-naphtidine
Application,
10 + 0.10 + 0.20 50
–
±0.030
1, 9, 11, 13, 15, 18
±0.09
1, 9, 11, 13, 15, 16, 18
7, 9, 13, 15
see more information in Pharo and NOVA manual
DPD
–
10
10, 20, 50
±0.100
5, 7, 9, 17
Cadion derivative
–
0.2 + 1.0 + 10
10, 20, 50
±0.0039
5, 8, 9, 10, 11, 13, 15, 18
Cadion derivative
–
0.2 + 5.0
–
±0.025
5, 8, 9, 10, 11, 13, 15, 18
Phthalein derivate
–
0.5 + 5.0
10
±0.11
2, 3, 5, 9, 11, 12, 13, 16
0.10 + 5.0
10, 20
±3
1, 2, 5, 6, 9, 13, 15, 16,
0.5 + 5.0
10
±1.0
0.5 + 1.0
–
±9
1, 2, 5, 6, 9, 13, 15, 16,
Glyoxalbis-hydroxyanil
for determinations
in the low measuring
range see manual NOVA / Pharo
Phthalein-komplexone
–
see Oxygen Scavengers Test
Iron(III)-thiocyanate
analogous EPA 325.1, APHA 4500-Cl- E
10
50
±0.07
2, 5, 6, 9, 12, 13, 15, 18
Iron(III)-thiocyanate
analogous EPA 325.1, APHA 4500-Cl- E
10
–
±0.4
2, 5, 6, 9, 12, 13, 15, 18
Iron(III)-thiocyanate
analogous EPA 325.1, APHA 4500-Cl- E
1.0 / 5.0 + 0.5
10
±1.0
1, 2, 5, 6, 8, 9, 10, 12, 13,
+ 2.5
15, 16, 18
Iron(III)-thiocyanate
analogous EPA 325.1, APHA 4500-Cl- E
0.5 + 1.0
–
±5
1, 2, 5, 6, 8, 9, 10, 12, 13,
DPD
analogous EPA 330.5, APHA 4500-Cl2 G,
10
10, 20, 50
±0.034
2, 5, 7, 9, 13, 17, 18
5.0
–
±0.14
2, 5, 7, 9, 13, 17, 18
10
10, 20, 50
±0.032
2, 5, 7, 9, 13, 17, 18
15, 16, 18
DIN EN ISO 7393-2
DPD
analogous EPA 330.5, APHA 4500-Cl2 G,
DIN EN ISO 7393-2
DPD
analogous EPA 330.5, APHA 4500-Cl2 G,
DIN EN ISO 7393-2
Areas of application:
1 Agriculture
2 Aquaculture
3
4
5
6
Beverages
Biotechnology, fermenter
Boiler water, cooling water
Construction-material industry
7
8
9
10
Disinfection control
Disposal drainage water
Drinking water
Electroplating surf. refin.
11
12
13
14
Environment
Food testing
Groundwater, surface water
Milk dairy products
15
16
17
18
Mineral water
Seawater
Swimming pools
Wastewater
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Index C
Parameter
C
Measuring range of the Spectroquant® instruments [mg/l]
Pharo 100/300
NOVA 30/60
Multy
Move 100
Reference No. of Ord. No.
form
tests
0.010 - 6.00
0.010 - 6.00
0.02 - 3.00
0.02 - 3.00
Cl2
200
1.00599.0001
0.03 - 6.00
0.03 - 6.00 •
0.05 - 5.00
0.05 - 5.00
Cl2
200
1.00597.0001
Chlorine Reagent Cl2-1 (liquid) 4)
0.010 - 6.00
0.010 - 6.00 •
0.02 - 5.00
0.02 - 5.00
Cl2
200
1.00086.0001
Chlorine Reagent Cl2-2 (liquid) 4)
0.010 - 6.00
0.010 - 6.00 •
0.02 - 5.00
0.02 - 5.00
Cl2
400
1.00087.0001
Chlorine Reagent Cl2-3 (liquid) 4)
0.010 - 6.00
0.010 - 6.00 •
0.02 - 5.00
0.02 - 5.00
Cl2
600
1.00088.0001
Cells and accessories
–
–
–
–
Cl2
25
1.00089.0001
–
–
–
–
Chl-a
–
–
–
–
Chlorine Test
100 tests free chlorine + 100 tests
chlorine (total) USEPA approved 3c)
Chlorine Cell Test 1)
100 tests free chlorine + 100 tests
chlorine (total) USEPA approved 3c)
for the photometric chlorine
measurement with liquid reagents
1.00086, 1.00087 and 1.00088
Chlorophyll-a and Phaeophytin-a
Phaeo
Chlorophyll-a, -b, -c
–
–
–
–
Chl-a
Chl-b
Chl-c
Chlorine Dioxide Test
0.020 - 10.00
0.020 - 10.00
0.10 - 5.00
0.10 - 5.00
ClO2
200
1.00608.0001
Chromate Test 2) for the
0.010 - 3.00
0.010 - 3.00
10 - 1.400 µg/l
10 - 1.400 µg/l
Cr
250
1.14758.0001
determination of chromium (VI)
0.02 - 6.69
0.02 - 6.69
22 - 3.123 µg/l
22 - 3.123 µg/l
CrO4
Chromate Cell Test for the
0.05 - 2.00
0.05 - 2.00 •
0.05 - 2.00
0.05 - 2.00
Cr
25
1.14552.0001
determination of chromium (VI) and
0.11 - 4.46
0.11 - 4.46
0.11 - 4.46
0.11 - 4.46
CrO4
4 - 400 g/l
4 - 400 g/l •
–
–
CrO3
–
–
4.0 - 40.0
4.0 - 40.0 •
–
–
COD
25
1.14560.0001
5.0 - 80.0
5.0 - 80.0 •
5.0 - 80.0
5.0 - 80.0
COD
25
1.01796.0001
10 - 150
10 - 150 •
10 - 150
10 - 150
COD
25
1.14540.0001
15 - 300
15 - 300 •
15 - 300
15 - 300
COD
25
1.14895.0001
25 - 1.500
25 - 1.500 •
25 - 1.500
25 - 1.500
COD
25
1.14541.0001
50 - 500
50 - 500 •
50 - 500
50 - 500
COD
25
1.14690.0001
chromium (total) USEPA approved 3a)
Chromium in electroplating baths
(inherent color)
COD Cell Test
USEPA approved 3a)
COD Cell Test
COD Cell Test
USEPA approved
3a)
COD Cell Test
USEPA approved 3a)
COD Cell Test
USEPA approved 3a)
COD Cell Test
USEPA approved 3a)
• useable in NOVA 30
1) The cell test contains three 16 mm cells with a barcode label. After measurement the cells can be emptied and cleaned for subsequent measurements.
2) For determination of total content of this parameter use one of the Crack Sets before the photometric procedure, see page 84.
3) This method is officially recognized by the USEPA as an alternative method for the investigation of a) wastewater, b) drinking water, and, respectively, c) drinking water and wastewater.
4) Combination for free or total chlorine, see comment cells and accessories Ord. No. 1.00089.0001.
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Method
Comments
Pipette volume
[ml]
Cell size [mm]
NOVA/Pharo
Accuracy
[mg/l]
Areas of
application
DPD
analogous EPA 330.5, APHA 4500-Cl2 G,
10
10, 20, 50
±0.033
2, 5, 7, 9, 13, 17, 18
5.0
–
±0.11
2, 5, 7, 9, 13, 17, 18
10
16, 50
±0.036
2, 5, 7, 9, 13, 17, 18
10
16, 50
±0.036
2, 5, 7, 9, 13, 17, 18
10
16, 50
±0.036
2, 5, 7, 9, 13, 17, 18
–
–
–
–
10, 20, 50
–
1, 2, 13
–
10, 50
–
1, 2, 13
DIN EN ISO 7393-2
DPD
analogous EPA 330.5, APHA 4500-Cl2 G,
DIN EN ISO 7393-2
DPD
analogous EPA 330.5, APHA 4500-Cl2 G,
DIN EN ISO 7393-2
DPD
analogous EPA 330.5, APHA 4500-Cl2 G,
DIN EN ISO 7393-2
DPD
analogous EPA 330.5, APHA 4500-Cl2 G,
DIN EN ISO 7393-2
DPD
additionally required for
Chlorine Reagent Cl2-1, Cl2-2, Cl2-3
for free chlorine: Cl2-1 and Cl2-2
for total chlorine: Cl2-1, Cl2-2 and Cl2-3
Measuring range of NOVA 30: 0.03 - 6.00 mg/l Cl2
–
Application on Pharo, analogous APHA 10200 H,
ASTM D3731-87, DIN 38412, ISO 10260
Trichromatic Method
Application on Pharo, analogous APHA 10200 H,
ASTM D3731-87
DPD
analogous APHA 4500-ClO2 D, DIN 38408-5
10
10, 20, 50
±0.046
5, 7, 9, 15, 17
Diphenylcarbazide
analogous APHA 3500-Cr B, DIN 38405-24
5.0
10, 20, 50
±0.012
2, 5, 6, 8, 9, 10, 11, 13,
14, 15, 16, 18
Diphenylcarbazide
analogous APHA 3500-Cr B, DIN 38405-24
5.0 (+10)
–
±0.04
2, 5, 6, 8, 10, 11, 13, 14,
16, 18
–
Application,
5.0 + 4.0
10, 20, 50
–
10
3.0
–
±1.5
2, 5, 6, 9, 11, 13, 15, 18
2.0
–
±1.6
2, 6, 5, 9, 11, 13, 15, 18
3.0
–
±7
2, 5, 6, 11, 13, 18
2.0
–
±8
2, 5, 6, 11, 13, 18
3.0
–
±29
2, 8, 10, 11, 18
2.0
–
±12
2, 8, 10, 11, 18
see more information in Pharo and NOVA manual
Oxidation with chromosulfuric acid,
analogous EPA 410.4, APHA 5220 D,
determination as chromate
ASTM D1252-06B, ISO 15705
Oxidation with chromosulfuric acid,
analogous EPA 410.4, APHA 5220 D,
determination as chromate
ASTM D1252-06B, ISO 15705
Oxidation with chromosulfuric acid,
analogous EPA 410.4, APHA 5220 D,
determination as chromate
ASTM D1252-06B, ISO 15705
Oxidation with chromosulfuric acid,
analogous EPA 410.4, APHA 5220 D,
determination as chromate
ASTM D1252-06B, ISO 15705
Oxidation with chromosulfuric acid,
analogous EPA 410.4, APHA 5220 D,
determination as chromium(III)
ASTM D1252-06B, ISO 15705
Oxidation with chromosulfuric acid,
analogous EPA 410.4, APHA 5220 D,
determination as chromate
ASTM D1252-06B, ISO 15705
Areas of application:
1 Agriculture
2 Aquaculture
3
4
5
6
Beverages
Biotechnology, fermenter
Boiler water, cooling water
Construction-material industry
7
8
9
10
Disinfection control
Disposal drainage water
Drinking water
Electroplating surf. refin.
11
12
13
14
Environment
Food testing
Groundwater, surface water
Milk dairy products
15
16
17
18
Mineral water
Seawater
Swimming pools
Wastewater
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Index C
Parameter
C
Measuring range of the Spectroquant® instruments [mg/l]
Pharo 100/300
NOVA 30/60
Multy
Move 100
Reference No. of Ord. No.
form
tests
300 - 3.500
300 - 3.500 •
300 - 3.500
300 - 3.500
COD
25
1.14691.0001
500 - 10.000
500 - 10.000 •
500 - 10.000
500 - 10.000
COD
25
1.14555.0001
COD Cell Test
5.000 - 90.000
5.000 - 90.000 •
5.000 - 90.000
5.000 - 90.000
COD
25
1.01797.0001
COD Cell Test for seawater /
5.0 - 60.0
5.0 - 60.0 •
5.0 - 60.0
5.0 - 60.0
COD
25
1.17058.0001
50 - 3.000
50 - 3.000 •
50 - 3.000
50 - 3.000
COD
25
1.17059.0001
–
–
–
–
–
–
COD Cell Test
USEPA approved 3a)
COD Cell Test
USEPA approved 3a)
high chloride contents
COD Cell Test for seawater /
high chloride contents
COD Cell Test for seawater / chloride: –
1 piece 1.15955.0001
Absorption tube
COD Cell Test for seawater / chloride: –
500 g
Sodalime
1.06733.0501
2,500 g 1.06733.2500
COD Cell Test for seawater / chloride: –
–
–
–
1l
1.17048.1000
Sulfuric Acid for COD determ.
COD Cell Test (Hg free)
10 - 150
10 - 150 •
10 - 150
10 - 150
COD
25
1.09772.0001
COD Cell Test (Hg free)
100 - 1.500
100 - 1.500 •
100 - 1.500
100 - 1.500
COD
25
1.09773.0001
Color, ADMI
2.0 - 500
–
–
–
–
–
–
Color, Hazen
0.2 - 500
0 - 500
–
–
Pt, Pt/Co,
–
–
Color, Hazen
1 - 1.000
0 - 1.000
0 - 1.000
25 - 1.000
Pt, Pt/Co,
–
–
(at 445, 455, 465 nm) (at 445 nm)
(at 430 nm)
(at 430 nm)
Hazen, CU
0.5 - 250 m-1
0.5 - 50.0 m-1
–
–
–
–
–
2 - 2.500
–
–
–
Pt, Pt/Co,
–
–
Hazen, CU
Color,
Spectral Absorption Coefficient
Color, true color
CU
Copper Test 2)
0.02 - 6.00
0.02 - 6.00
0.10 - 6.00
0.10 - 6.00
Cu
250
1.14767.0001
Copper Cell Test 2)
0.05 - 8.00
0.05 - 8.00 •
0.05 - 8.00
0.05 - 8.00
Cu
25
1.14553.0001
Copper in electroplating baths
2.0 - 80.0 g/l
2.0 - 80.0 g/l •
–
–
Cu
–
–
0.0020 - 0.500
0.0020 - 0.500
5 - 200 µg/l
5 - 200 µg/l
CN
100
1.09701.0001
(inherent color)
Cyanide Test (free and readily
liberated cyanide)
• useable in NOVA 30
2) For determination of total content of this parameter use one of the Crack Sets before the photometric procedure, see page 84.
3) This method is officially recognized by the USEPA as an alternative method for the investigation of a) wastewater, b) drinking water, and, respectively, c) drinking water and wastewater.
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Method
Comments
Pipette volume
[ml]
Cell size [mm]
NOVA/Pharo
Accuracy
[mg/l]
Areas of
application
Oxidation with chromosulfuric acid,
analogous EPA 410.4, APHA 5220 D,
2.0
–
±64
8, 10, 11, 18
determination as chromium(III)
ASTM D1252-06B, ISO 15705
Oxidation with chromosulfuric acid,
analogous EPA 410.4, APHA 5220 D,
1.0
–
±144
1, 3, 8, 10, 11, 12, 14, 18
determination as chromium(III)
ASTM D1252-06B, ISO 15705
Oxidation with chromosulfuric acid,
analogous EPA 410.4, APHA 5220 D,
0.1
–
±1,287
1, 3, 8, 10, 11, 12, 14, 18
determination as chromium(III)
ASTM D1252-06B, ISO 15705
Oxidation with chromosulfuric acid,
chloride depletion method corresponds to
20 + 25 + 5.0
–
±2.7
2, 3, 4, 6, 8, 10, 11, 13,
determination as chromate
DIN 38409-41-2, method corresponds to
16, 18
DIN ISO 15705, analogous EPA 410.4,
APHA 5220 D and ASTM D1252-06 B
Oxidation with chromosulfuric acid,
chloride depletion method corresponds to
determination as chromium(III)
DIN 38409-41-2, method corresponds to
20 + 25 + 3.0
–
2, 3, 4, 6, 8, 10, 11, 13,
±46
16, 18
DIN ISO 15705, analogous EPA 410.4,
APHA 5220 D and ASTM D1252-06 B
–
additionally required for
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
2.0
–
±7
9, 11, 13, 18
–
2.0
–
±32
11, 18
COD Cell Test for seawater / high chloride contents
–
additionally required for
COD Cell Test for seawater / high chloride contents
–
additionally required for
COD Cell Test for seawater / high chloride contents
Oxidation with chromosulfuric acid,
determination as chromate
Oxidation with chromosulfuric acid,
determination as chromium(III)
own coloring
physical measurement analogous APHA 2120 F
–
10, 50
–
own coloring
physical measurement according APHA 2120 B,
–
10, 20, 50
–
–
50
–
–
10, 20, 50
–
–
10, 20, 50
–
DIN EN ISO 6271-2, at 340 nm
own coloring
physical measurement according APHA 2120 B,
DIN EN ISO 6271-2
own coloring
physical measurement according EN ISO 7887,
at 445, 525 and 620 nm with NOVA 60,
at 436, 525 and 620 nm with Pharo 100/300
own coloring
physical measurement according EN ISO 7887,
at 410 nm
Cuprizone
–
5.0
10, 20, 50
±0.035
Cuprizone
–
5.0
–
±0.14
–
Application,
25 + 5.0
10, 20, 50
5.0 (+ 10)
10, 20, 50
1, 2, 5, 6, 8, 9, 10, 11, 13,
16, 18
1, 2, 5, 6, 8, 9, 10, 11, 13,
16, 18
10
see more information in Pharo and NOVA manual
Barbituric acid,
analogous EPA 335.2, APHA 4500-CN- E,
pyridine-carboxylic acid
ASTM D2036-09D, ISO 6703, DIN 38405-13
Areas of application:
1 Agriculture
2 Aquaculture
3
4
5
6
Beverages
Biotechnology, fermenter
Boiler water, cooling water
Construction-material industry
7
8
9
10
Disinfection control
Disposal drainage water
Drinking water
Electroplating surf. refin.
11
12
13
14
Environment
Food testing
Groundwater, surface water
Milk dairy products
±0.0025
15
16
17
18
8, 9, 10, 11, 13, 15, 18
Mineral water
Seawater
Swimming pools
Wastewater
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Index C-L
Parameter
C
Cyanide Cell Test (free and readily
Measuring range of the Spectroquant® instruments [mg/l]
Pharo 100/300
NOVA 30/60
Multy
Move 100
Reference No. of Ord. No.
form
tests
0.010 - 0.500
0.010 - 0.500 •
10 - 350 µg/l
10 - 350 µg/l
CN
25
1.14561.0001
2 - 160
2 - 160
2 - 160
2 - 160
Cyanuric
100
1.19253.0001
liberated cyanide) USEPA approved 3a)
Cyanuric Acid Test
acid
D
DEHA (Diethylhydroxylamine)
Detergents
F
Fluoride Cell Test
0.10 - 1.80
0.10 - 1.80
0.025 - 0.500
0.025 - 0.500
0.10 - 1.80
0.10 - 1.80
F
25
1.00809.0001
Fluoride Test
0.02 - 2.00
0.02 - 2.00
0.08 - 2.00
0.08 - 2.00
F
250
1.00822.0250
Fluoride Test
0.10 - 20.0
0.10 - 20.0
0.10 - 2.00
0.10 - 2.00
F
100
1.14598.0001
250
1.14598.0002
Formaldehyde Test
0.02 - 8.00
0.02 - 8.00
–
–
HCHO
100
1.14678.0001
Formaldehyde Cell Test
0.10 - 8.00
0.10 - 8.00 •
–
–
HCHO
25
1.14500.0001
G
Gold Test
0.5 - 12.0
0.5 - 12.0
–
–
Au
75
1.14821.0002
H
Hardness
1 - 1.000
0 - 1.000
0 - 1.000
25 - 1.000
Hazen Color Number
(Pt/Co / APHA / Hazen)
Pt, Pt/Co,
Hazen, CU
Hydrazine Test
0.005 - 2.00
0.005 - 2.00
10 - 1.200 µg/l
10 - 1.200 µg/l
N2H4
100
1.09711.0001
Hydrogen Peroxide Test
0.015 - 6.00
0.015 - 6.00
0.02 - 5.50
–
100
1.18789.0001
Hydrogen Peroxide Cell Test
2.0 - 20.0
2.0 - 20.0
–
–
H2O2
H2O2
25
1.14731.0001
0.25 - 5.00
0.25 - 5.00
H2O2
Hydrogen sulfide
Hydroquinone
I
Iodine color number
0.010 - 50.0
0.010 - 50.0
–
–
0.050 - 10.00
0.050 - 10.00
0.10 - 5.00
0.10 - 5.00
IFZ
I2
–
Iodine Test
200
1.00606.0001
Iron Test 2)
0.005 - 5.00
0.005 - 5.00
0.01 - 2.00
0.01 - 2.00
Fe
250
1.14761.0002
1,000
1.14761.0001
Iron Test
0.010 - 5.00
0.010 - 5.00
0.10 - 5.00
0.10 - 5.00
Fe
150
1.00796.0001
Iron Cell Test 2)
0.05 - 4.00
0.05 - 4.00 •
0.05 - 4.00
0.05 - 4.00
Fe
25
1.14549.0001
Iron Cell Test 2)
1.0 - 50.0
1.0 - 50.0 •
–
–
Fe
25
1.14896.0001
Lead Test 2)
0.010 - 5.00
0.010 - 5.00
0.05 - 5.00
0.05 - 5.00
Pb
50
1.09717.0001
Lead Cell Test 2)
0.10 - 5.00
0.10 - 5.00 •
0.10 - 5.00
0.10 - 5.00
Pb
25
1.14833.0001
2)
Isoascorbic acid (erythorbic acid)
L
• useable in NOVA 30
2) For determination of total content of this parameter use one of the Crack Sets before the photometric procedure, see page 84.
3) This method is officially recognized by the USEPA as an alternative method for the investigation of a) wastewater, b) drinking water, and, respectively, c) drinking water and wastewater.
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Method
Comments
Pipette volume
[ml]
Cell size [mm]
NOVA/Pharo
Accuracy
[mg/l]
Areas of
application
Barbituric acid,
analogous EPA 335.2, APHA 4500-CN- E,
5.0 (+ 10)
–
±0.013
8, 9, 10, 11, 13, 15, 18
pyridine-carboxylic acid
ASTM D2036-09D, ISO 6703, DIN 38405-13
Turbidity
–
5.0
20
±5
7, 11, 17
analogous EPA 340.3, APHA 4500-F- E
5.0
–
±0.06
9, 10, 11, 13, 15, 18
for determinations in the low measuring
10
50
±0.024
see Oxygen Scavengers Test
see Surfactants
Alizarinkomplexone
range see manual NOVA / Pharo
SPADNS method
analogous to APHA 4500-F- D
5.0 + 1.0
50
±0.04
8, 9, 10, 11, 13, 15, 18
Alizarinkomplexone
analogous EPA 340.3, APHA 4500-F- E
0.5 + 2.0 + 5.0
10
±0.12
9, 10, 11, 13, 15, 18
Chromotropic acid
–
3.0 + 4.5
10, 20, 50
±0.03
7, 9, 10, 11, 15, 18
Chromotropic acid
–
2.0
–
±0.18
7, 9, 10, 11, 15, 18
Rhodamine B
–
2.0 + 6.0
10
±0.4
10, 13, 16,
–
10, 20, 50
–
5, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13,
see Total Hardness or Residual Hardness
own coloring
see Color, Hazen
15, 18
4-(Dimethylamino)-benzaldehyde
analogous DIN 38413-1
2.0 + 5.0
10, 20, 50
±0.007
5
Neocuproin
–
8.0 + 5.0
10, 20
±0.033
3, 7, 9, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15
Titanyl sulfate
analogous DIN 38409-15
10
–
±0.9
3, 7, 9, 11, 12, 13, 14,
for determinations in the low measuring range
10
50
15, 16, 18
see manual of instrument
see Sulfide
see Oxygen Scavengers Test
own coloring
analogous to DIN 6162 A
–
10, 20, 50
–
3, 11, 12
DPD
–
10
10, 20, 50
±0.048
7, 9, 17
Triazine
–
5.0
10, 20, 50
±0.014
1, 2, 5, 6, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12,
13, 15, 16, 17, 18
1,10-Phenanthroline
distinction between Fe(II) and Fe(III) possible,
0.5 + 8.0
10, 20, 50
±0.024
analogous APHA 3500-Fe B, DIN 38406-1
1, 2, 5, 6, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12,
13, 15, 16, 17, 18
Triazine
–
5.0
–
±0.06
1, 2, 6, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12,
2,2’-Bipyridine
distinction between Fe(II) and Fe(III) possible
1.0
–
±0.9
6, 8, 10, 11, 13, 18
PAR
–
0.5 + 8.0
10, 20, 50
±0.028
2, 5, 8, 9, 10, 11, 15, 18
PAR
–
5.0
–
±0.08
1, 2, 6, 9, 10, 12, 13, 15,
13, 15, 16, 18
see Oxygen Scavengers Test
16, 18
Areas of application:
1 Agriculture
2 Aquaculture
3
4
5
6
Beverages
Biotechnology, fermenter
Boiler water, cooling water
Construction-material industry
7
8
9
10
Disinfection control
Disposal drainage water
Drinking water
Electroplating surf. refin.
11
12
13
14
Environment
Food testing
Groundwater, surface water
Milk dairy products
15
16
17
18
Mineral water
Seawater
Swimming pools
Wastewater
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Index M-N
Parameter
M Magnesium Cell Test
Measuring range of the Spectroquant® instruments [mg/l]
Pharo 100/300
NOVA 30/60
Multy
Move 100
Reference No. of Ord. No.
form
tests
5.0 - 75.0
5.0 - 75.0 •
5.0 - 75.0
5.0 - 75.0
mg
25
Manganese Test
0.005 - 2.00
0.005 - 2.00
0.05 - 1.80
0.05 - 1.80
Mn
250
1.00815.0001
1.01846.0001
Manganese Test
0.010 - 10.00
0.010 - 10.00
0.05 - 6.00
0.05 - 6.00
Mn
250
1.14770.0002
500
1.14770.0001
Manganese Cell Test
0.10 - 5.00
0.10 - 5.00 •
0.10 - 5.00
0.10 - 5.00
Mn
25
1.00816.0001
Mercury
0.025 - 1.000
0.025 - 1.000
–
–
Hg
–
–
0.02 - 1.00
0.02 - 1.00
0.02 - 1.00
–
Mo
25
1.00860.0001
0.03 - 1.67
0.03 - 1.67
0.03 - 1.67
MoO42+
0.04 - 2.15
0.04 - 2.15
0.04 - 2.15
Na2MoO4
0.5 - 45.0
0.5 - 45.0
0.5 - 45.0
0.5 - 45.0
Mo
100
1.19252.0001
0.8 - 75.0
0.8 - 75.0
0.8 - 75.0
0.8 - 75.0
MoO42+
1.1 - 96.6
1.1 - 96.6
1.1 - 96.6
1.1 - 96.6
Na2MoO4
0.050 - 10.00
0.050 - 10.00
0.10 - 5.00
0.10 - 5.00
Cl2
150
1.01632.0001
0.036 - 7.25
0.036 - 7.25
0.07 - 3.63
0.07 - 3.63
NH2Cl
0.010 - 1.96
0.010 - 1.96
0.02 - 0.99
0.02 - 0.99
NH2Cl-N
0.02 - 5.00
0.02 - 5.00
0.02 - 5.00
0.02 - 5.00
Ni
250
1.14785.0001
Methylethylketoxime
(2-Butanoneoxime)
Molybdenum Cell Test
Molybdenum Test
Monochloramine Test
N
Nickel Test 2)
Nickel Cell Test 2)
0.10 - 6.00
0.10 - 6.00 •
0.10 - 6.00
0.10 - 6.00
Ni
25
1.14554.0001
Nickel in electroplating baths
2.0 - 120 g/l
2.0 - 120 g/l •
–
–
Ni
–
–
Nitrate (UV)
0.0 - 7.0
–
–
–
NO3-N
–
–
Nitrate Test 2)
0.10 - 25.0
0.10 - 25.0
–
–
NO3-N
100
1.09713.0001
0.4 - 110.7
0.4 - 110.7
NO3
250
1.09713.0002
0.2 - 20.0
0.2 - 20.0
0.5 - 15.0
0.5 - 15.0
NO3-N
100
1.14773.0001
0.9 - 88.5
0.9 - 88.5
2.2 - 66.4
2.2 - 66.4
NO3
0.3 - 30.0
0.3 - 30.0
0.3 - 30.0
0.3 - 30.0
NO3-N
100
1.01842.0001
1.3 - 132.8
1.3 - 132.8
1.3 - 132.8
1.3 - 132.8
NO3
0.5 - 18.0
0.5 - 18.0 •
0.5 - 15.0
0.5 - 15.0
NO3-N
25
1.14542.0001
2.2 - 79.7
2.2 - 79.7
2.2 - 66.4
2.2 - 66.4
NO3
0.5 - 25.0
0.5 - 25.0 •
–
–
NO3-N
25
1.14563.0001
2.2 - 110.7
2.2 - 110.7
25
1.14764.0001
25
1.00614.0001
(inherent color)
Nitrate Test 2)
Nitrate Test
Nitrate Cell Test 2)
Nitrate Cell Test 2)
Nitrate Cell Test 2)
Nitrate Cell Test
1.0 - 50.0
1.0 - 50.0 •
4 - 221
4 - 221
23 - 225
23 - 225 •
102 - 996
102 - 996
NO3
–
–
NO3
–
–
• useable in NOVA 30
2) For determination of total content of this parameter use one of the Crack Sets before the photometric procedure, see page 84.
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Method
Comments
Pipette volume
[ml]
Cell size [mm]
NOVA/Pharo
Accuracy
[mg/l]
Areas of
application
Phthaleinkomplexone
PAN
–
1.0
–
8.0 + 2.0 + 0.25
–
±4.0
1, 2, 9, 10, 15, 18
10, 20, 50
±0.008
Formaldioxime
analogous DIN 38406-2
1, 2, 9, 10, 13, 15
5.0
10, 20, 50
±0.36
1, 2, 9, 10, 13, 15, 18
Formaldioxime
Michler's thioketone
analogous DIN 38406-2
7.0
–
±0.08
1, 2, 10, 13, 18
Application,
2.5 + 5.0 + 1.0
50
–
see more information in Pharo and NOVA manual
+ 1.5
11, 18
Bromopyrogallol red
–
10
–
±0.04
1, 5, 9, 13, 15, 18
Mercaptoacetic acid
–
10
20
±1.0
5, 11
Indophenol blue
–
0.6 + 10
10, 20, 50
±0.033
7, 9, 17
Dimethylglyoxime
–
5.0
10, 20, 50
±0.03
3, 5, 8, 9, 10, 11, 13,
Dimethylglyoxime
–
5.0
–
±0.11
3, 5, 8, 10, 11, 18
–
Application,
5.0
10, 20, 50
–
10
50 + 1.0
10
–
9, 13
2, 6, 8, 9, 11, 13, 15,
see Oxygen Scavengers Test
15, 18
see more information in Pharo and NOVA manual
direct measurement
Application on Pharo 300, analogous to
in the UV range
APHA 4500-NO3- B, quartz cuvette required
2,6-Dimethylphenol
analogous DIN 38405-9
0.5 + 4.0
10, 20, 50
±0.12
Nitrospectral
–
1.5 + 5.0
10, 20
±0.3
2, 6, 9, 11, 13, 15, 17, 18
Cadmium Reduction
-
10
50
±1.0
1, 2, 6, 8, 9, 10, 11, 13,
Nitrospectral
–
1.5
–
±0.5
2,6-Dimethylphenol
analogous DIN 38405-9
1.0
–
±0.5
17, 18
15, 17, 18
1, 2, 6, 8, 9, 11, 13, 15,
17, 18
1, 2, 6, 9, 11, 13, 15,
17, 18
2,6-Dimethylphenol
analogous DIN 38405-9
0.5 + 1.0
–
±1.0
1, 2, 8, 9, 11, 13, 15, 18
2,6-Dimethylphenol
analogous DIN 38405-9
0.1 + 1.0
–
±5.0
1, 8, 11, 13, 18
Areas of application:
1 Agriculture
2 Aquaculture
3
4
5
6
Beverages
Biotechnology, fermenter
Boiler water, cooling water
Construction-material industry
7
8
9
10
Disinfection control
Disposal drainage water
Drinking water
Electroplating surf. refin.
11
12
13
14
Environment
Food testing
Groundwater, surface water
Milk dairy products
15
16
17
18
Mineral water
Seawater
Swimming pools
Wastewater
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Index N-P
Parameter
N
Nitrate Cell Test in seawater
Move 100
Reference No. of Ord. No.
form
tests
0.10 - 3.00
0.10 - 3.00
0.10 - 3.00
–
NO3-N
0.4 - 13.3
0.4 - 13.3
0.4 - 13.3
0.2 - 17.0
0.2 - 17.0
–
–
NO3-N
0.9 - 75.3
0.9 - 75.3
0.002 - 1.00
0.002 - 1.00
5 - 400 µg/l
5 - 400 µg/l
0.007 - 3.28
0.007 - 3.28
16 - 1.313 µg/l
0.010 - 0.700
0.010 - 0.700 •
0.03 - 2.30
25
1.14556.0001
50
1.14942.0001
NO2-N
335
1.14776.0002
16 - 1.313 µg/l
NO2
1,000
1.14776.0001
10 - 700 µg/l
10 - 700 µg/l
NO2-N
25
1.14547.0001
0.03 - 2.30
33 - 2.299 µg/l
33 - 2.299 µg/l
NO2
1.0 - 90.0
1.0 - 90.0 •
1.0 - 90.0
–
NO2-N
25
1.00609.0001
3.3 - 295.2
3.3 - 295.2
3.3 - 295.2
Nitrogen (total) Cell Test
0.5 - 15.0
0.5 - 15.0 •
–
25
1.00613.0001
Nitrogen (total) Cell Test
0.5 - 15.0
0.5 - 15.0 •
0.5 - 15.0
0.5 - 15.0
N
25
1.14537.0001
Nitrogen (total) Cell Test
10 - 150
10 - 150 •
–
–
N
25
1.14763.0001
0.5 - 12.0
0.5 - 12.0 •
0.5 - 12.0
0.5 - 12.0
O2
25
1.14694.0001
0.020 - 0.500
0.020 - 0.500
0.020 - 0.500
–
DEHA
200
1.19251.0001
0.027 - 0.666
0.027 - 0.666
0.027 - 0.666
Carbohy
0.05 - 1.32
0.05 - 1.32
0.053 - 1.315
Hydro
0.08 - 1.95
0.08 - 1.95
0.078 - 1.950
ISA
0.09 - 2.17
0.09 - 2.17
0.087 - 2.170
MEKO
0.010 - 4.00
0.010 - 4.00
0.02 - 2.00
200
1.00607.0001
Nitrate Test in seawater
Nitrite Test
Nitrite Cell Test
Nitrite Cell Test
O
Measuring range of the Spectroquant® instruments [mg/l]
Pharo 100/300
NOVA 30/60
Multy
NO3
NO3
NO2
–
N
Organic Carbon, Total
Oxygen Cell Test
Oxygen Demand, Biological
Oxygen Demand, Chemical
Oxygen Scavengers Test
Ozone Test
P
Palladium
0.02 - 2.00
O3
1,200
1.00607.0002
0.05 - 1.25
0.05 - 1.25
–
–
Pd
–
–
pH 6.4 - 8.8
pH 6.4 - 8.8 •
pH 6.4 - 8.8
pH 6.4 - 8.8
pH
280
1.01744.0001
0.10 - 5.00
0.10 - 5.00
Phenol
50 -
1.00856.0001
Peroxide
pH Cell Test 1)
Phaeophytin-a and Chlorophyll-a
Phenol Test
0.002 - 0.100
0.002 - 0.100
0.025 - 5.00
0.025 - 5.00
Phenol Cell Test
0.10 - 2.50
0.10 - 2.50
0.10 - 2.50
0.10 - 2.50
Phenol
25
1.14551.0001
Phosphate Test
0.010 - 5.00
0.010 - 5.00
0.01 - 2.50
0.01 - 2.50
PO4-P
220
1.14848.0002
0.03 - 15.3
0.03 - 15.3
0.03 - 7.66
0.03 - 7.66
PO4
420
1.14848.0001
0.02 - 11.46
0.02 - 11.46
0.02 - 5.73
0.02 - 5.73
P2O5
Phosphate Cell Test 2)
0.05 - 5.00
0.05 - 5.00 •
0.05 - 4.00
0.05 - 4.00
PO4-P
25
1.00474.0001
(ortho-phosphate)
0.2 - 15.3
0.2 - 15.3
0.15 - 12.26
0.15 - 12.26
PO4
0.11 - 11.46
0.11 - 11.46
0.11 - 9.17
0.11 - 9.17
P2O5
2)
(ortho-phosphate)
250
• useable in NOVA 30
1) The cell test contains three 16 mm cells with a barcode label. After measurement the cells can be emptied and cleaned for subsequent measurements.
2) For determination of total content of this parameter use one of the Crack Sets before the photometric procedure, see page 84.
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Method
Comments
Pipette volume
[ml]
Cell size [mm]
NOVA/Pharo
Accuracy
[mg/l]
Areas of
application
Resorcinol
–
2.0
–
±0.09
1, 2, 8, 9, 11, 13, 15,
Resorcinol
–
1.0 + 1.5 + 5.0
10
±0.4
Griess’ reaction
analogous EPA 354.1, APHA 4500-NO2- B,
5.0
10, 20, 50
±0.005
5.0
–
±0.010
16, 18
1, 2, 8, 9, 11, 13, 15,
16, 18
DIN EN 26777
Griess’ reaction
2, 5, 8, 9, 10, 11, 13, 15,
16, 18
analogous EPA 354.1, APHA 4500-NO2- B,
DIN EN 26777
2, 5, 8, 9, 10, 11, 13, 15,
16, 18
Iron sulfate
–
8.0
–
±2.6
5, 10, 13, 16, 18
Koroleff digestion,
digestion analogous DIN EN ISO 11905-1,
1.0 + 10
–
±0.5
1, 2, 5, 8, 11, 13, 14, 18
2,6-dimethylphenol
determination analogous DIN 38405-9
Koroleff digestion, nitrospectral
digestion analogous to DIN EN ISO 11905-1
1.5 + 10
–
±0.6
1, 2, 5, 8, 11, 13, 14, 18
Koroleff digestion,
digestion analogous DIN EN ISO 11905-1,
1.0 + 9.0
–
±5.0
1, 8, 11, 14, 18
2,6-dimethylphenol
determination analogous DIN 38405-9
mod. Winkler method
–
–
–
±0.3
see TOC
2, 5, 11, 13, 17
see BOD
see COD
Iron reduction
–
0.2 + 10
20
±0.022
5
DPD
analogous DIN 38408-3
10
10, 20, 50
±0.027
7, 9, 15, 17
–
Application,
5.0 + 1.0 + 0.20
10
–
10, 18
10
–
±0.1 pH
2, 5, 7, 9, 13, 15, 17
see more information in Pharo and NOVA manual
see Hydrogen Peroxide
Indicator
–
4-Aminoantipyrine
analogous EPA 420.1, ASTM D1783-01,
5.0 + 10
20
±0.004
APHA 5530 C + D, ISO 6439
1.0 + 10
10, 20, 50
±0.026
10
–
±0.11
8, 11, 13, 16, 18
5.0
10, 20, 50
±0.016
1, 2, 5, 9, 11, 13, 15,
see Chlorophyll-a and Phaeophytin-a
MBTH
Phosphor-molybdenum blue
analogous EPA 365.2+3, APHA 4500-P E,
1, 2, 13
DIN EN ISO 6878
Phosphor-molybdenum blue
16, 18
analogous EPA 365.2+3, APHA 4500-P E,
5.0
–
±0.09
DIN EN ISO 6878
Areas of application:
1 Agriculture
2 Aquaculture
3
4
5
6
Beverages
Biotechnology, fermenter
Boiler water, cooling water
Construction-material industry
8, 9, 11, 13, 16, 18
1, 2, 5, 9, 11, 13, 15,
16, 18
7
8
9
10
Disinfection control
Disposal drainage water
Drinking water
Electroplating surf. refin.
11
12
13
14
Environment
Food testing
Groundwater, surface water
Milk dairy products
15
16
17
18
Mineral water
Seawater
Swimming pools
Wastewater
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Spectroquant® test kits
Index P-R
Parameter
P
Measuring range of the Spectroquant® instruments [mg/l]
Pharo 100/300
NOVA 30/60
Multy
Move 100
Reference No. of Ord. No.
form
tests
Phosphate Cell Test
0.05 - 5.00
0.05 - 5.00 •
0.05 - 4.00
0.05 - 4.00
PO4-P
(ortho-phosphate and total
0.2 - 15.3
0.2 - 15.3
0.15 - 12.26
0.15 - 12.26
PO4
phosphorus) USEPA approved 3c)
0.11 - 11.46
0.11 - 11.46
0.11 - 9.17
0.11 - 9.17
P2O5
Phosphate Cell Test
0.5 - 25.0
0.5 - 25.0 •
0.5 - 20.0
0.5 - 20.0
PO4-P
1.5 - 76.7
1.5 - 76.7
1.5 - 61.3
1.5 - 61.3
PO4
2)
(ortho-phosphate)
1.1 - 57.3
1.1 - 57.3
1.1 - 45.8
1.1 - 45.8
P2O5
Phosphate Cell Test
0.5 - 25.0
0.5 - 25.0 •
0.5 - 20.0
0.5 - 20.0
PO4-P
(ortho-phosphate and total
1.5 - 76.7
1.5 - 76.7
1.5 - 61.3
1.5 - 61.3
PO4
phosphorus) USEPA approved 3c)
1.1 - 57.3
1.1 - 57.3
1.1 - 45.8
1.1 - 45.8
P2O5
Phosphate Cell Test
0.5 - 25.0
0.5 - 25.0 •
0.5 - 25.0
0.5 - 25.0
PO4-P
(ortho-phosphate)
1.5 - 76.7
1.5 - 76.7
1.5 - 76.7
1.5 - 76.7
PO4
1.1 - 57.3
1.1 - 57.3
1.1 - 57.3
1.1 - 57.3
P2O5
Phosphate Test
0.5 - 30.0
0.5 - 30.0
0.5 - 30.0
0.5 - 30.0
PO4-P
(ortho-phosphate)
1.5 - 92.0
1.5 - 92.0
1.5 - 92.0
1.5 - 92.0
PO4
1.1 - 68.7
1.1 - 68.7
1.1 - 68.7
1.1 - 68.7
P2O5
Phosphate Test
1.0 - 100.0
1.0 - 100.0
1.0 - 60.0
1.0 - 60.0
PO4-P
(ortho-phosphate)
3 - 307
3 - 307
3.1 - 184
3.1 - 184
PO4
2 - 229
2 - 229
2.3 - 137.5
2.3 - 137.5
P2O5
Phosphate Cell Test
3.0 - 100.0
3.0 - 100.0 •
3.0 - 100.0
3.0 - 100.0
PO4-P
(ortho-phosphate)
9 - 307
9 - 307
9 - 307
9 - 307
PO4
7 - 229
7 - 229
7 - 229
7 - 229
P2O5
Phosphate Cell Test
3.0 - 100.0
3.0 - 100.0 •
3.0 - 100.0
3.0 - 100.0
PO4-P
(ortho-phosphate
9 - 307
9 - 307
9 - 307
9 - 307
PO4
and total phosphorus)
7 - 229
7 - 229
7 - 229
7 - 229
P2O5
Platinum
0.10 - 1.25
0.10 - 1.25
-
-
Pt
25
1.14543.0001
25
1.00475.0001
25
1.14729.0001
25
1.14546.0001
400
1.14842.0001
100
1.00798.0001
25
1.00616.0001
25
1.00673.0001
–
–
Platinum-Cobalt Standard Method
R
Potassium Cell Test
5.0 - 50.0
5.0 - 50.0 •
5.0 - 50.0
5.0 - 50.0
K
25
1.14562.0001
Potassium Cell Test
30 - 300
30 - 300 •
30 - 300
30 - 300
K
25
1.00615.0001
Protein Test
0.01 - 1.4 g/l
0.01 - 1.4 g/l
-
-
Protein
200
1.10306.0500
Protein Test
0.5 - 10 g/l
0.5 - 10 g/l
-
-
Protein
250
1.10307.0500
Residual Hardness Cell Test
0.50 - 5.00
0.50 - 5.00 •
0.50 - 5.00
0.50 - 5.00
Ca
25
1.14683.0001
0.070 - 0.700
0.070 - 0.700
0.070 - 0.700
0.070 - 0.700
°d
0.087 - 0.874
0.087 - 0.874
0.087 - 0.874
0.087 - 0.874
°e
0.12 - 1.25
0.12 - 1.25
0.12 - 1.25
0.12 - 1.25
°f
0.70 - 7.00
0.70 - 7.00
0.70 - 7.00
0.70 - 7.00
CaO
1.2 - 12.5
1.2 - 12.5
1.2 - 12.5
1.2 - 12.5
CaCO3
• useable in NOVA 30
2) For determination of total content of this parameter use one of the Crack Sets before the photometric procedure, see page 84.
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Method
Comments
Pipette volume
[ml]
Cell size [mm]
NOVA/Pharo
Accuracy
[mg/l]
Areas of
application
Phosphor-molybdenum blue
analogous EPA 365.2+3, APHA 4500-P E,
5.0
–
±0.06
1, 2, 5, 9, 11, 13, 15,
DIN EN ISO 6878
Phosphor-molybdenum blue
16, 18
analogous EPA 365.2+3, APHA 4500-P E,
1.0
-
±0.5
1, 2, 4, 8, 11, 13, 16, 18
1.0
-
±0.4
1, 2, 4, 8, 11, 13, 16, 18
DIN EN ISO 6878
Phosphor-molybdenum blue
analogous EPA 365.2+3, APHA 4500-P E,
DIN EN ISO 6878
Vanadato-molybdate
analogous APHA 4500-P C
5.0
-
±0.4
5, 16
Vanadato-molybdate
analogous APHA 4500-P C
1.2 + 5.0
10, 20
±0.2
5, 16
Phosphor-molybdenum blue
analogous EPA 365.2+3, APHA 4500-P E,
0.5 + 8.0
10
±1.5
1, 2, 4, 8, 11, 12, 13, 18
0.2
-
±1.2
1, 4, 8, 11, 13, 16, 18
0.2
-
±1.3
1, 4, 8, 11, 13, 16, 18
5.0 + 1.0 + 0.50
10
–
10, 18
DIN EN ISO 6878
Phosphor-molybdenum blue
analogous EPA 365.2+3, APHA 4500-P E,
DIN EN ISO 6878
Phosphor-molybdenum blue
analogous EPA 365.2+3, APHA 4500-P E,
DIN EN ISO 6878
–
Application,
see more information in Pharo and NOVA manual
see Color
Kalignost, turbidimetric
–
2.0
-
±2.2
9, 12, 13, 15, 16
Kalignost, turbidimetric
–
0.5
-
±13
1, 16
Bradford Method
Method not programmed in the photometers
–
10
–
Biuret Method
Method not programmed in the photometers
–
10
–
Phthalein komplexone
–
0.2 + 4.0
–
±0.14
Areas of application:
1 Agriculture
2 Aquaculture
3
4
5
6
Beverages
Biotechnology, fermenter
Boiler water, cooling water
Construction-material industry
7
8
9
10
Disinfection control
Disposal drainage water
Drinking water
Electroplating surf. refin.
11
12
13
14
Environment
Food testing
Groundwater, surface water
Milk dairy products
15
16
17
18
2, 5, 9
Mineral water
Seawater
Swimming pools
Wastewater
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Spectroquant® test kits
Index S
Parameter
S
Measuring range of the Spectroquant® instruments [mg/l]
Pharo 100/300
NOVA 30/60
Multy
Move 100
Reference No. of Ord. No.
form
tests
–
0.5 - 250 m-1
–
–
–
–
–
0.0005 - 0.5000
0.0005 - 0.5000
0.004 - 0.500
0.004 - 0.500
SiO2
100
1.01813.0001
0.0002 - 0.2337
0.0002 - 0.2337
0.002 - 0.234
0.002 - 0.234
Si
0.011 - 10.70
0.011 - 10.70
0.11 - 8.56
0.11 - 8.56
SiO2
300
1.14794.0001
0.005 - 5.00
0.005 - 5.00
0.05 - 4.00
0.05 - 4.00
Si
1.1 - 1.070
1.1 - 1.070
11 - 1.070
11 - 1.070
SiO2
100
1.00857.0001
0.5 - 500
0.5 - 500
5 - 500
5 - 500
Si
Silver Test
0.25 - 3.00
0.25 - 3.00
–
–
Ag
100
1.14831.0001
Sodium Cell Test in nutrient
10 - 300
10 - 300 •
10 - 300
10 - 300
Na
25
1.00885.0001
0.5 - 250 m-1
0.5 - 50 m-1
–
–
–
–
–
Spectral Attenuation Coefficient
0.5 - 250 m-1
–
–
–
–
–
–
Sulfate Test
0.50 - 50.0
0.50 - 50.0
1.0 - 25.0
1.0 - 25.0
SO4
100
1.01812.0001
Sulfate Cell Test USEPA approved 3a)
5 - 250
5 - 250 •
5 - 250
5 - 250
SO4
25
1.14548.0001
Sulfate Test
25 - 300
25 - 300
–
–
–
200
1.14791.0001
Sulfate Cell Test
50 - 500
50 - 500 •
50 - 500
–
SO4
25
1.00617.0001
Sulfate Cell Test USEPA approved 3a)
100 - 1.000
100 - 1.000 •
100 - 1.000
100 - 1.000
SO4
25
1.14564.0001
Sulfide Test
0.020 - 1.50
0.020 - 1.50
0.10 - 1.50
0.10 - 1.50
S2-
220
1.14779.0001
Sulfite Cell Test
1.0 - 20.0
0.8 - 16.0
1.0 - 20.0
1.0 - 20.0
SO2
25
1.14394.0001
0.05 - 3.00
1.0 - 20.0
SO3
0.05 - 3.00
SO3
0.04 - 2.40
SO2
150
1.01746.0001
SAC
(Spectral absorption coefficient)
Silicate (Silicic Acid) Test
Silicate (Silicic Acid) Test
Silicate (Silicic Acid) Test
solutions for fertilization
Spectral Absorption Coefficient,
Color
Sulfite Test
1.0 - 60.0
1.0 - 60.0
0.8 - 48.0
0.8 - 48.0
1.0 - 60.0
1.0 - 60.0
SO3
Surfactants (anionic) Cell Test
0.05 - 2.00
0.05 - 2.00
0.05 - 2.00
0.05 - 2.00
MBAS
25
1.14697.0001
Surfactants (cationic) Cell Test
0.05 - 1.50
0.05 - 1.50
0.05 - 1.50
–
CTAB
25
1.01764.0001
Surfactants (nonionic) Cell Test
0.10 - 7.50
0.10 - 7.50 •
0.10 - 7.50
0.10 - 7.50
Triton®
25
1.01787.0001
–
–
SO2
X-100
Suspended solids
25 - 750
25 - 750 •
50 - 750
50 - 750
susp.
solids
• useable in NOVA 30
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Method
Comments
Pipette volume
[ml]
Cell size [mm]
NOVA/Pharo
Accuracy
[mg/l]
Areas of
application
–
physical measurement according DIN 38404,
–
10, 20, 50
–
9, 15
10 + 0.5
50
±0.0055
5, 9, 13, 15
5.0
10, 20, 50
±0.024
5, 6, 9, 13, 16
0.5 + 2.0 + 4.0
10
±2.1
5, 6, 9, 13, 15
1.0 + 10
10, 20
±0.07
10, 18
1
at 436 nm (Pharo 100) and 254 + 436 nm (Pharo 300)
Silicomolybdenum blue
analogous APHA 4500-SiO2 D+E, ASTM D859-10,
DIN 38405-21
Silicomolybdenum blue
analogous APHA 4500-SiO2 D+E, ASTM D859-10,
DIN 38405-21
Molybdosilicate
analogous APHA 4500-SiO2 C
/ 5.0
Eosine, 1,10-phenanthroline
reagents for the digestion in the thermoreactor are
included in the test kit
Iron(III)-thiocyanate
determination as chloride
0.5
–
±13
–
see Color, Spectral Absorption Coefficient
–
–
–
–
physical measurement according DIN 38404,
–
10, 20, 50
–
at 254 nm
Barium sulfate, turbidimetric
analogous EPA 375.4, APHA 4500-SO42- E
0.5 + 10
10, 20, 50
±0.97
1, 2, 6, 9, 11, 13, 15, 18
Barium sulfate, turbidimetric
analogous EPA 375.4, APHA 4500-SO42- E,
5.0
–
±8
1, 6, 9, 11, 13, 15, 16
ASTM D516-11
Tannic acid
–
2.5
10
±14
6, 9, 11, 13, 15
Barium sulfate, turbidimetric
analogous EPA 375.4, APHA 4500-SO42- E,
2.0
–
±16
1, 6, 9, 11, 13, 15, 16
1.0
–
±34
1, 4, 6, 8, 9, 11, 13, 15,
ASTM D516-11
Barium sulfate, turbidimetric
analogous EPA 375.4, APHA 4500-SO42- E,
ASTM D516-11
Dimethyl-p-phenylenediamine
16, 18
analogous EPA 376.2, APHA 4500-S D,
5.0
10, 20, 50
±0.017
2, 8, 9, 11, 13, 15, 16, 18
for determinations of the
3.0
-
±0.4
1, 3, 5, 12, 15, 18
low measuring range
7.0
50
2-
ISO 10530, DIN 38405-26
Ellman’s reagent
see manual NOVA / Pharo
Ellman’s reagent
–
2.0 + 3.0 + 5.0
10
±1.0
3, 5, 12, 13, 15, 18
Methylene blue
analogous EPA 425.1, APHA 5540 C, ASTM 2330-02,
5.0
-
±0.11
9, 11, 13, 18
DIN EN 903, ISO 7875-1
Disulfine blue
analogous DIN 38409-20
0.5 + 5.0
-
±0.06
9, 11, 13, 18
TBPE
–
4.0
-
±0.26
9, 11, 13, 18
–
physical measurement
–
16, 20
–
Areas of application:
1 Agriculture
2 Aquaculture
3
4
5
6
Beverages
Biotechnology, fermenter
Boiler water, cooling water
Construction-material industry
7
8
9
10
Disinfection control
Disposal drainage water
Drinking water
Electroplating surf. refin.
11
12
13
14
Environment
Food testing
Groundwater, surface water
Milk dairy products
15
16
17
18
Mineral water
Seawater
Swimming pools
Wastewater
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Index T-Z
Parameter
T
Measuring range of the Spectroquant® instruments [mg/l]
Pharo 100/300
NOVA 30/60
Multy
Move 100
Reference No. of Ord. No.
form
tests
Tin Cell Test
0.10 - 2.50
0.10 - 2.50
0.10 - 2.50
–
Sn
25
1.14622.0001
TOC Cell Test
5.0 - 80.0
5.0 - 80.0 •
5.0 - 80.0
–
TOC
25
1.14878.0001
TOC Cell Test
50 - 800
50 - 800 •
50 - 800
–
TOC
25
1.14879.0001
Screw caps for Spectroquant®
–
–
–
–
–
6
1.73500.0001
–
–
–
–
–
100 ml 1.09017.0100
5 - 215
5 - 215 •
5 - 215
5 - 215
Ca
25
0.7 - 30.1
0.7 - 30.1
0.7 - 30.1
0.7 - 30.1
°d
0.9 - 37.6
0.9 - 37.6
0.9 - 37.6
0.9 - 37.6
°e
1.2 - 53.7
1.2 - 53.7
1.2 - 53.7
1.2 - 53.7
°f
7 - 300
7 - 300
7 - 300
7 - 300
CaO
12 - 537
12 - 537
12 - 537
12 - 537
CaCO3
TOC digestion
TOC-Standard 1000 ±10 mg/l
Total Alkalinity
Total Hardness Cell Test
1.00961.0001
Total Nitrogen
V
Transmission
0.0 - 100.0 %
0.0 - 100.0 % •
–
–
T
–
–
Turbidity
1 - 100
1 - 100
1 - 100
1 - 100
FAU
–
–
Volatile Organic Acid Cell Test
50 - 3.000
50 - 3.000 •
50 - 3.000
50 - 3.000
acetic acid 25
1.01749.0001
Volatile Organic Acid Test
50 - 3.000
50 - 3.000 •
50 - 3.000
50 - 3.000
acetic acid 100
1.01809.0001
Zinc Cell Test 2)
0.025 - 1.000
0.025 - 1.000 •
25 - 1.000 µg/l
25 - 1.000 µg/l
Zn
25
1.00861.0001
Zinc Test 2)
0.05 - 2.50
0.05 - 2.50
–
–
Zn
100
1.14832.0001
Zinc Reagent 6
–
–
–
–
–
200
1.06146.1000
0.20 - 5.00
0.20 - 5.00 •
0.20 - 5.00
0.20 - 5.00
Zn
25
1.14566.0001
W Water Hardness
Z
(Isobutylmethylketone GR)
Zinc Cell Test 2)
• useable in NOVA 30
2) For determination of total content of this parameter use one of the Crack Sets before the photometric procedure, see page 84.
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Method
Comments
Pipette volume
[ml]
Pyrocatechol violet
–
5.0
Indicator
Oxidation analogous APHA 5310 D
3.0 + 25
Indicator
Oxidation analogous APHA 5310 D
1.0 + 3.0 + 9.0
–
for multiple use,
Cell size [mm]
NOVA/Pharo
Accuracy
[mg/l]
Areas of
application
–
±0.08
5, 10, 16, 18
–
±3.7
9, 11, 13, 15, 18
–
±42
8, 11, 13, 18
–
–
–
–
–
–
1.0
–
±8
10, 20, 50
–
–
–
50
–
additionally required for TOC measurement
–
analogous EN 1484-H43, DIN 38409-H3
see Acid Capacity to pH 4.3
Phthalein komplexone
–
2, 9, 13, 15
see Nitrogen (total)
–
–
–
Hydroxamic acids / iron(III) salt
–
0.5 + 1.0
-
±82
4, 8, 11, 18
Hydroxamic acids / iron(III) salt
–
0.75 + 0.5 + 1.0
16
±82
4, 8, 11, 18
see Total Hardness or Res. Hardness
PAR
–
0.5 + 2.0 + 10
–
±0.033
1, 5, 9, 10, 11, 13, 15, 18
Cl-PAN
–
5.0
10
±0.07
5, 6, 8, 9, 10, 11, 15, 18
–
Extracting agent for Zinc Test 1.14832.0001
–
–
–
PAR
–
0.5
–
±0.18
Areas of application:
1 Agriculture
2 Aquaculture
3
4
5
6
Beverages
Biotechnology, fermenter
Boiler water, cooling water
Construction-material industry
7
8
9
10
Disinfection control
Disposal drainage water
Drinking water
Electroplating surf. refin.
11
12
13
14
Environment
Food testing
Groundwater, surface water
Milk dairy products
15
16
17
18
5, 6, 8, 9, 10, 11, 15, 18
Mineral water
Seawater
Swimming pools
Wastewater
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Simply competent
The higher salt content of seawater may interfere with the reagents of test kits
developed for drinking and waste water. We have tested our Spectroquant®
test kits range for the suitability to analyse seawater and samples with salt
content. Select the test parameter of your choice from the table which informs
about the limit of tolerance of the mentioned salts and whether the test kit
works in seawater.
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The first COD cell tests with unlimited chloride tolerance
Our new Spectroquant® test kits facilitate measurements in the low range
of 5.0 - 60.0 mg/l COD and in the higher range of 50 - 3,000 mg/l COD.
This makes them excellent for analyzing a wide variety of industrial waste
water and seawater samples.
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Suitability of test kits for testing seawater and tolerance limits
for neutral salts | Overview A-C
A
Test kit
Ord. No.
Seawater
Limit of tolerance, salts in %
NaCl
NaNO3
Na2SO4
Acid Capacity Cell Test
1.01758.0001
no
–
–
–
Aluminium Cell Test
1.00594.0001
yes
20
20
20
Aluminium Test
1.14825.0001
yes
10
20
20
Ammonium Cell Test
1.14739.0001
no
5
5
5
Ammonium Cell Test
1.14558.0001
yes
20
10
15
Ammonium Cell Test
1.14544.0001
yes
20
15
20
Ammonium Cell Test
1.14559.0001
yes
20
20
20
Ammonium Test
1.14752.0001
yes 1)
10
10
20
Ammonium Test
1.00683.0001
yes
20
20
20
1.14752.0002
B
C
AOX Cell Test
1.00675.0001
no
0.4
20
20
Arsenic Test
1.01747.0001
no
10
10
10
BOD Cell Test
1.00687.0001
yes
20
20
20
Boron Cell Test
1.00826.0001
yes
10
20
20
Boron Test
1.14839.0001
no
20
5
20
10
Bromine Test
1.00605.0001
no
10
10
Cadmium Cell Test
1.14834.0001
no
1
10
1
Cadmium Test
1.01745.0001
no
1
10
1
Calcium Cell Test
1.00858.0001
no
2
2
1
Calcium Test
1.14815.0001
yes
20
20
10
Calcium Test
1.00049.0001
no
–
–
–
Chloride Test
1.01807.0001
no
–
0.5
0.05
Chloride Cell Test
1.01804.0001
no
–
0.5
0.05
Chloride Cell Test
1.14730.0001
yes
–
20
1
Chloride Test
1.14897.0001
yes
–
10
0.1
1.14897.0002
Chlorine Cell Test
1.00595.0001
no
10
10
10
Chlorine Cell Test
1.00597.0001
no
10
10
10
Chlorine Test
1.00598.0001
no
10
10
10
no
10
10
10
no
10
10
10
1.00088.0001
no
10
10
10
Chlorine dioxide Test
1.00608.0001
no
10
10
10
Chromate Cell Test (Chromium VI)
1.14552.0001
yes
10
10
10
Chromium (total) Cell Test
1.14552.0001
no
1
10
10
Chromate Test
1.14758.0001
yes
10
10
10
1.00598.0002
Chlorine Test
1.00602.0001
Chlorine Test
1.00599.0001
Chlorine Reagent (liquid)
1.00086.0001
(free and total)
1.00087.0001
1.00602.0002
1) This test kit is also suitable for testing seawater after the addition of sodium hydroxide solution (see package insert).
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Suitability of test kits for testing seawater and tolerance limits
for neutral salts | Overview C-L
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Test kit
Ord. No.
Seawater
Limit of tolerance, salts in %
NaCl
NaNO3
Na2SO4
COD Cell Test
1.14560.0001
no
0.4
10
10
COD Cell Test
1.01796.0001
no
0.4
10
10
COD Cell Test
1.14540.0001
no
0.4
10
10
COD Cell Test
1.14895.0001
no
0.4
10
10
COD Cell Test
1.14690.0001
no
0.4
20
20
COD Cell Test
1.14541.0001
no
0.4
10
10
COD Cell Test
1.14691.0001
no
0.4
20
20
COD Cell Test
1.14555.0001
no
1.0
10
10
COD Cell Test
1.01797.0001
no
10
20
20
COD Cell Test for seawater /
1.17058.0001
yes
35
10
10
1.17059.0001
yes
35
10
10
high chloride contents
COD Cell Test for seawater /
high chloride contents
F
COD Cell Test (Hg free)
1.09772.0001
no
0
10
10
COD Cell Test (Hg free)
1.09773.0001
no
0
10
10
Copper Cell Test
1.14553.0001
yes
15
15
15
Copper Test
1.14767.0001
yes
15
15
15
Cyanide Cell Test
1.14561.0001
no
10
10
10
Cyanide Test
1.09701.0001
no
10
10
10
Cyanuric Acid Test
1.19253.0001
no
–
–
–
Fluoride Test
1.00822.0250
yes
0.05
0.05
0.001
Fluoride Cell Test
1.00809.0001
no
10
10
10
1.14598.0001
yes
20
20
20
Fluoride Test
2)
1.14598.0002
Formaldehyde Cell Test
1.14500.0001
no
5
0
10
Formaldehyde Test
1.14678.0001
no
5
0
10
G
Gold Test
1.14821.0001
yes
10
20
5
H
Hardness, see Total Hardness Cell Test
Hydrazine Test
1.09711.0001
no
20
5
2
Hydrogenperoxide Cell Test
1.14731.0001
yes
20
20
20
Hydrogenperoxide Test
1.18789.0001
no
0.1
1
5
I
Iodine Test
1.00606.0001
no
10
10
10
Iron Cell Test
1.14549.0001
yes
20
20
20
Iron Cell Test
1.14896.0001
no
5
5
5
Iron Test
1.14761.0001
yes
20
20
20
1.14761.0002
L
Iron Test
1.00796.0001
yes
20
20
20
Lead Cell Test
1.14833.0001
no
20
20
1
Lead Test
1.09717.0001
no
20
5
15
2) Distill beforehand analogous APHA 4400-F- B
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for neutral salts | Overview M-P
Test kit
Ord. No.
Seawater
Limit of tolerance, salts in %
NaCl
NaNO3
Na2SO4
M Magnesium Cell Test
1.00815.0001
yes
2
2
1
Manganese Test
1.00816.0001
no
20
20
20
Manganese Test
1.01846.0001
no
20
25
5
Manganese Test
1.14770.0001
yes
20
20
20
1.14770.0002
N
Molybdenum Cell Test
1.00860.0001
no
20
20
5
Molybdenum Test
1.19252.0001
no
–
–
–
Monochloramine Test
1.01632.0001
no
10
10
20
Nickel Cell Test
1.14554.0001
no
20
20
20
Nickel Test
1.14785.0001
no
20
20
20
Nitrate Cell Test
1.14542.0001
no
0.4
–
20
Nitrate Cell Test
1.14563.0001
no
0.2
–
20
Nitrate Cell Test
1.14764.0001
no
0.5
–
20
Nitrate Cell Test
1.00614.0001
no
2
–
20
Nitrate Test
1.01842.0001
no
0.001
–
0.001
Nitrate Test
1.14773.0001
no
0.4
–
20
Nitrate Test
1.09713.0001
no
0.2
–
20
1.09713.0002
Nitrate Cell Test (seawater)
1.14556.0001
yes
20
–
20
Nitrate Test (seawater)
1.14942.0001
yes
20
–
20
Nitrite Cell Test
1.14547.0001
yes
20
20
15
Nitrite Cell Test
1.00609.0001
yes
20
20
15
Nitrite Test
1.14776.0001
yes
20
20
15
1.14776.0002
O
Nitrogen (total) Cell Test
1.14537.0001
no
0.5
–
10
Nitrogen (total) Cell Test
1.00613.0001
no
0.2
–
10
Nitrogen (total) Cell Test
1.14763.0001
no
2
–
20
Oxygen Cell Test
1.14694.0001
no
10
5
1
Oxygen Scavengers Test
1.19251.0001
no
–
–
–
Ozone Test
1.00607.0001
no
10
10
10
1.00607.0002
P
pH Cell Test
1.01744.0001
yes
–
–
–
Phenol Cell Test
1.14551.0001
yes
20
20
15
Phenol Test
1.00856.0001
yes
20
20
20
Phosphate (ortho-phosphate) Cell Test
1.00475.0001
yes
20
20
20
Phosphate (ortho-phosphate) Cell Test
1.14543.0001
yes
5
10
10
Phosphorus (total) Cell Test
1.14543.0001
no
1
10
10
Phosphate (ortho-phosphate) Cell Test
1.00474.0001
yes
5
10
10
Phosphate (ortho-phosphate) Cell Test
1.14729.0001
yes
20
20
20
Phosphorus (total) Cell Test
1.14729.0001
yes
5
20
20
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Suitability of test kits for testing seawater and tolerance limits
for neutral salts | Overview P-Z
P
Test kit
Ord. No.
Seawater
Limit of tolerance, salts in %
NaCl
NaNO3
Na2SO4
Phosphate (ortho-phosphate) Cell Test
1.00616.0001
yes
20
20
20
Phosphate (ortho-phosphate) Cell Test
1.00673.0001
yes
20
20
20
Phosphorus (total) Cell Test
1.00673.0001
yes
20
20
20
Phosphate Test
1.14848.0001
yes
5
10
10
1.14848.0002
Phosphate Test
1.00798.0001
yes
15
20
10
Phosphate Cell Test
1.14546.0001
yes
20
20
20
Phosphate Test
1.14842.0001
yes
20
20
20
Potassium Cell Test
1.14562.0001
yes
20
20
20
Potassium Cell Test
1.00615.0001
yes
20
20
20
R
Residual Hardness Cell Test
1.14683.0001
no
0.01
0.01
0.01
S
Silicate (Silicic Acid) Test
1.01813.0001
no
0.5
1
0.2
Silicate (Silicic Acid) Test
1.14794.0001
yes
5
10
5
Silicate (Silicic Acid) Test
1.00857.0001
no
5
10
2.5
Silver Test
1.14831.0001
no
0
1
5
T
V
Z
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Sodium Cell Test
1.00885.0001
no
–
10
1
Sulfate Test
1.01812.0001
no
10
0.03
–
Sulfate Cell Test
1.14548.0001
yes
10
0.1
–
Sulfate Cell Test
1.00617.0001
yes
10
0.1
–
Sulfate Cell Test
1.14564.0001
yes
10
0.5
–
Sulfate Test
1.14791.0001
no
0.2
0.2
–
Sulfide Test
1.14779.0001
no
0.5
1
1
Sulfite Cell Test
1.14394.0001
no
20
20
20
Sulfite Test
1.01746.0001
no
20
20
20
Surfactants (anionic) Cell Test
1.14697.0001
no
0.1
0.01
10
Surfactants (cationic) Cell Test
1.01764.0001
no
0.1
0.1
20
Surfactants (nonionic) Cell Test
1.01787.0001
no
2
5
2
Tin Cell Test
1.14622.0001
yes
20
20
20
TOC Cell Test
1.14878.0001
no
0.5
10
10
TOC Cell Test
1.14879.0001
no
5
20
20
Total Hardness Cell Test
1.00961.0001
no
2
2
1
Volatile Organic Acid Cell Test
1.01749.0001
no
20
20
10
Volatile Organic Acid Test
1.01809.0001
no
20
20
10
Zinc Cell Test
1.00861.0001
no
20
20
1
Zinc Cell Test
1.14566.0001
no
10
10
10
Zinc Test
1.14832.0001
no
5
15
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Special application methods
for Spectroquant® photometers
>
Be sure
Secure drinking water
Determine the bromate content of water without the
challenges of ion chromatography. How? Through the easy
photometric method described in our application note
Bromate in Water and Drinking Water.
Learn more about the bromate application and request
your copy: www.merckmillipore.com/bromate
Some special segments require special measurements – besides the photometric test kits.
Application method
Description
Spectroquant® instrument
Page
ADMI Color measurement
ADMI weighted ordinate method for colored water and wastewater
Pharo 100/300
92
Ammonia, free
method for surface water / drinking water, waste water, and aquarium
Pharo 100/300
92
water / measurement of free ammonia under consideration of the pH
and temperature of the sample after spectrophotometric determination
of the ammonium content, additionally required 1.14752
Antimony
method for water and waste water
NOVA 60, Pharo 100/300
92
Bromate
method for drinking water
NOVA 60, Pharo 100/300
94
method for surface water, analogous APHA 10200 H, ASTM D3731-87,
Pharo 100/300
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Pharo 100/300
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Chlorophyll-a and phaeophytin-a
DIN 38412, ISO 10260
Chlorophyll-a, -b, -c
method for surface water, analogous APHA 10200 H, ASTM D3731-87
Chromium in electroplating baths
Inherent color
NOVA 30/60, Pharo 100/300
96
Color, Hazen
physical measurement according APHA 2120B, DIN EN ISO 6271-2
Move 100, Multy,
98
Color, Spectral Absorption Coefficient
physical measurement according EN ISO 7887
NOVA 60, Pharo 100/300
98
Color, true color
physical measurement according EN ISO 7887
Pharo 100/300
98
NOVA 30/60, Pharo 100/300
Copper electroplating baths
Inherent color
NOVA 30/60, Pharo 100/300
Mercury
method for water and waste water
NOVA 60, Pharo 100/300
98
102
Nickel electroplating baths
Inherent color
NOVA 30/60, Pharo 100/300
102
Nitrate – direct measurement in the UV range
method for surface and drinking water
Pharo 300
102
Palladium
method for water and waste water
NOVA 60, Pharo 100/300
104
Platinum
method for water and waste water
NOVA 60, Pharo 100/300
106
Spectral Attenuation Coefficient
physical measurement according DIN 38404
Pharo 300
108
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Spectroquant® test kits
for Hach instruments
The Spectroquant® test kits do not require any further device-specific calibration, but instead use the original programmes installed
by Hach and work according to the specifications supplied by Hach in the respective instrument operation manual. Thus you don’t
need to forego Merck Millipore’s quality documentation when using Hach instruments. The corresponding batch certificates can be
downloaded from the internet at www.merckmillipore.com/coa.
Suitable test kits for Hach instruments | Overview A-Z
C
Parameter
Measuring range
[mg/l]
No. of
tests
Merck Millipore
Ord. No.
Hach
Ord. No.
Chlorine Powder Packs for photometers of other manufacturers
0 - 2.00 Cl2
100
1.19254.0001
21055-69
0 - 10.00 Cl2
100
1.19256.0001
14070-99
0 - 2.00 Cl2
100
1.19257.0001
21056-69
for 10-ml-samples (free Chlorine)
Chlorine Powder Packs for photometers of other manufacturers
21055-28
for 25-ml-samples (free Chlorine)
Chlorine Powder Packs for photometers of other manufacturers
14070-28
for 10-ml-samples (total Chlorine)
Chlorine Powder Packs for photometers of other manufacturers
21056-28
0 - 10.00 Cl2
100
1.19258.0001
0 - 40.0 COD
25
1.18750.0001
for 25-ml-samples (total Chlorine)
COD Cell Tests for photometers of other manufacturers
14064-99
14064-28
USEPA approved
24158-25
24158-15
24158-51
COD Cell Tests for photometers of other manufacturers
0 - 150.0 COD
25
1.18751.0001
USEPA approval pending
21258-25
21258-15
21258-51
COD Cell Tests for photometers of other manufacturers
0 - 1,500 COD
25
1.18752.0001
USEPA approval pending
21259-25
21259-15
21259-51
COD Cell Tests for photometers of other manufacturers
0 - 15,000 COD
25
1.18753.0001
USEPA approval pending
24159-25
24159-15
24159-51
I
Iron Powder Packs for photometers of other manufacturers
0 - 3.00 Fe
100
1.73007.0001
for 10-ml-samples
M Molybdenum Test
21057-69
21057-28
0.5 - 45.0 Mo
100
1.19252.0001
26041-00
100
1.73010.0001
14065-99
0.8 - 75.0 MoO42+
1.1 - 96.6 Na2MoO4
N
Nitrite Powder Packs for photometers of other manufacturers
0 - 0.300 NO2-N
for 25-ml-samples
O
Oxygen Scavengers Test
14065-28
200
1.19251.0001
24466-00
0 - 70.0 SO4
100
1.73014.0001
21067-69
0 - 70.0 SO4
100
1.73015.0001
12065-99
0.020 - 0.500 DEHA
0.027 - 0.667 Carbohy
0.053 - 1.315 Hydro
0.078 - 1.950 ISA
0.087 - 2.175 MEKO
S
Sulfate Powder Packs for photometers of other manufacturers
for 10-ml-samples
Sulfate Powder Packs for photometers of other manufacturers
for 25-ml-samples
HACH is a registered trademark of Hach Company. The SPECTROQUANT product is neither endorsed, nor sponsored by or affiliated with the Hach Company.
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By the way ALL Spectroquant® test kits can be programmed on any
photometer from other suppliers – so also on Hach instruments. You can easily
download the programming data at www.service-test-kits.com
Method
Comments
Pipettevolume
Cell size
Hach
Areas of
application
DPD
analogous EPA 330.5, APHA 4500-Cl G
10 ml
1 inch
2, 7, 9, 11, 13, 16, 17, 18
DPD
analogous EPA 330.5, APHA 4500-Cl G
25 ml
1 inch
2, 7, 9, 11, 13, 16, 17, 18
DPD
analogous EPA 330.5, APHA 4500-Cl G
10 ml
1 inch
2, 7, 9, 11, 13, 16, 17, 18
DPD
analogous EPA 330.5, APHA 4500-Cl G
25 ml
1 inch
2, 7, 9, 11, 13, 16, 17, 18
Oxidation with Chromosulfuric acid,
analogous EPA 410.4, APHA 5220 D and ISO 15705
2.0 ml
16 mm
5, 9, 10, 11, 13, 15, 17, 18
analogous EPA 410.4, APHA 5220 D and ISO 15705
2.0 ml
16 mm
5, 9, 10, 11, 13, 15, 17, 18
analogous EPA 410.4, APHA 5220 D and ISO 15705
2.0 ml
16 mm
3, 4, 5, 8, 10, 11, 13, 18
analogous EPA 410.4, APHA 5220 D and ISO 15705
0.2 ml
16 mm
3, 4, 5, 8, 10, 11, 13, 18
analogous APHA 3500-Fe D
10 ml
1 inch
1, 2, 5, 7, 8, 9,10, 11, 13,
determination as chromate
Oxidation with Chromosulfuric acid,
determination as chromate
Oxidation with Chromosulfuric acid,
determination as chromate
Oxidation with Chromosulfuric acid,
determination as chromate
Phenanthroline
15, 17, 18
Mercaptoacetic acid
25 ml
1 inch
5, 11
Diazotization
25 ml
1 inch
1, 2, 3, 5, 8, 9, 10, 11, 13,
15, 18
Iron Reduction
10 ml
1 inch
5
1, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 13,
Barium chloride
analogous EPA 375.4
10 ml
1 inch
Barium chloride
analogous EPA 375.4
25 ml
1 inch
15, 18
1, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 13,
15, 18
Areas of application:
1 Agriculture
2 Aquaculture
3
4
5
6
Beverages
Biotechnology, fermenter
Boiler water, cooling water
Construction-material industry
7
8
9
10
Disinfection control
Disposal drainage water
Drinking water
Electroplating surf. refin.
11
12
13
14
Environment
Food testing
Groundwater, surface water
Milk dairy products
15
16
17
18
Mineral water
Seawater
Swimming pools
Wastewater
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Spectroquant® supplementary software
Analysis methods for the brewery industry
Setting the standard for the brewery industry, Merck Millipore offers a
comprehensive range of 21 methods for analysis throughout the beer brewing
process. The new Spectroquant® Pharo software package, “Analysis methods
for the brewery industry”, provides complete beer analysis – from raw materials
to finished product.
The test procedures follow the MEBAK (Mitteleuropäische Brautechnische
Analysenkommission) or EBC (European Brewery Convention) methods and are
described in the accompanying manual. Users are guided step-by-step through
reagent preparation, sample processing and analysis. Merck Millipore has
also included information about test solution stability and storage, that can’t
be found in the standard MEBAK method description, to further support
the success of your analysis.
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Benefits
• Saves time and reduces errors thanks to pre-calibrated methods.
• Easy handling – the method descriptions are clear and can be used like a “cookery book”.
• Accurate measurements thanks to user-defined calibration when required.
Method
Sample type
Acids
beer and wort
Anthocyanogenes, Harris and Ricketts method
beer and wort
Bitterness – beer (EBC method)
beer
Bitterness – wort (EBC method)
wort
Iron, spectrophotometric (EBC method)
beer
Color, spectrophotometric (EBC method)
beer and wort
Flavanoids (EBC method)
beer
Free Amino Nitrogen, Ninhydrin method – light beer (EBC method)
light beer
Free Amino Nitrogen, Ninhydrin method – light wort (EBC method)
light wort
Free Amino Nitrogen, Ninhydrin method – dark beer (EBC method)
dark beer
Free Amino Nitrogen, Ninhydrin method – dark wort (EBC method)
dark wort
Total Carbohydrates (EBC method)
beer
Total Polyphenols (EBC method)
beer and wort
Iso- Ascids
beer and wort
Copper, Cuprethol method (EBC method)
beer
Nickel (EBC method)
beer
Photometric Iodine Test
beer and wort
Reducing Power, spectrophotometric
beer
Thiobarbituric Acid Number (TAN)
beer, wort, and congress wort
Vicinal Diketones (Diacetyl, 2,3-Pentandione), spectrophotometric (EBC method)
beer
Steam-volatile Phenols
beer and malt
Spectroquant® Supplementary Software “Analysis Methods for the Brewery Industry”
Scope of delivery
Pharo 100
Pharo 300
Ord. No. 1.00703.0001
USB stick with the Supplementary Software “Analysis Methods for the Brewery Industry”,
the unlock software, the manuals in English and German. Installation booklet
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Spectroquant® quality assurance
Simply complete
All Merck Millipore products undergo stringent testing to guarantee absolute
reliability. However, users are still required to perform analytical quality
assurance [AQA] in accordance with good laboratory practices (GLP).
This thorough process includes Installation Qualification [IQ], Operational
Qualification [OQ], and Performance Qualification [PQ].
To simplify your work and ensure accurate results, we offer a complete
Spectroquant® AQA concept based on established media, which covers all
stages of Internal Quality Control (IQC). Furthermore, we provide comprehensive
IQ, OQ and PQ documentation for all Spectroquant® instruments. Target
values and tolerances are either supplied in certificates or pre-programmed
in the instruments.
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Installation Qualification [IQ] – preparing the system
The purpose of the Installation Qualification is to verify that the entire delivery matches the purchase
order and to assure that the instrument is installed correctly. Installation Qualification documents are
available for all Spectroquant® instruments.
AQA – analytical quality assurance
AQA 1
Photometer Check – AQA 1
Easy to perform with certified color standards and/or Certipur® UV/VIS
standards
page 124
AQA 2
System Check – AQA 2
page 126
Reliable documentation by measuring the recovery with CombiCheck
standard solution, Certified Reference Material standard solutions (CRM),
or Certipur® standard solutions
AQA 3
page 127
Matrix Check – AQA 3
Through one-time spiking with CombiCheck R-2 solution or multiple dilution/spiking with self-prepared solutions
AQA concept
Spectroquant® NOVA and Pharo photometers support you in ensuring
GLP-compliant operations: The AQA concept is pre-programmed in the instruments, which easily
guides you through all stages of Analytical Quality Assurance.
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Spectroquant® AQA
Operational Qualification [OQ] – checking the instrument
Operational Qualification is used to assure the functionality of the instruments over the entire
operating range, according to the defined procedures.
Photometer Check – AQA 1
In the Spectroquant® AQA concept this is equivalent with the AQA 1 mode. The Spectroquant®
colorimeters and photometers are checked by means of certified color standards and when
needed by means of the Certipur® UV/VIS standards
AQA 1
For Spectroquant® Picco Cl2/O3/ClO2/CyA/pH
Spectroquant® Reference Standard for chlorine, chlorine dioxide and ozone
Ord. No. 1.19301.0001
Scope of delivery and features:
The Spectroquant® Reference Standard is used to carry out checks of accuracy and reproducibility of measuring
results with the Spectroquant® Picco Cl2/O3/ClO2/CyA/pH colorimeter and the Spectroquant® Multy colorimeter.
The standards are supplied in sealed vials and are individually calibrated on instruments traceable to N.I.S.T.
SRM 2032, 935a.
The kit contains one Zero standard and 3 cuvettes for
Chlorine
checking 3 different concentrations – according to the
Chlorine Dioxide
0.5–2.3–5.7 mg/l
appropriate values for each parameter:
Ozone
0.2–0.8–2.0 mg/l
0.3–1.2–3.0 mg/l
For Spectroquant® Move 100 and Spectroquant® Multy colorimeter
Spectroquant® Verification Standard for Spectroquant® Multy colorimeter
Scope of delivery and features:
The Spectroquant® Verification Standard is used to carry out checks of accuracy and reproducibility of measuring
results with the Spectroquant® Move 100 and the Spectroquant® Multy colorimeter. The standards are supplied in
sealed vials and are individually calibrated on instruments traceable to N.I.S.T. SRM 2032, 935a.
The kit contains one Zero standard and 6 cuvettes for checking the 6 different wavelengths of the
Move 100 and Multy colorimeter.
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For Spectroquant® NOVA and Spectroquant® Pharo photometer
The Spectroquant® NOVA and Spectroquant® Pharo photometer provide an instrument-supported AQA concept which combines
the three essential parts of quality control to ensure correct results. All target values and tolerances are pre-programmed in the
instruments. This makes your AQA checks very easy.
Spectroquant® PhotoCheck
Ord. No. 1.14693.0001
Scope of delivery and features:
Spectroquant® PhotoCheck is a complete set of highly stable color solutions. A check in a reference
spectrophotometer – which itself is monitored using primary standards (NIST standards) – confirms that this
checking medium can be traced back to international standards. Spectroquant® PhotoCheck can hence be
tracked back to international standards and is thus for test-instrument checking purposes according to DIN EN ISO
9001 resp. 14001. All results can be subsequently transferred to a printer or a PC for documentation purposes.
Certipur® UV/VIS standards
The consistent and correct functioning of your UV/VIS spectrophotometer can be checked using the
Certipur® standards. The Certipur® solutions can be used to check the following parameters as per Ph. Eur.:
•
Absorption
•
Stray light
•
Wavelength accuracy
Operations as per GLP, GMP, USP and DIN 9001 or EN 45001 demand these regular controls.
Designation
UV/VIS Standard 1
Content
Ord. No.
Potassium dichromate solution for absorbance acc. to DAB and Ph. Eur.
1.08160.0001
Pharo 100
Pharo 300
2 x 10 ml K2Cr2O7 − 60.06 mg/l in H2SO4 − 0.01 N and 6 x 10 ml H2SO4 − 0.01 N
UV/VIS Standard 1A
Potassium dichromate solution for absorbance at 430 nm acc. to DAB und Ph. Eur.
1.04660.0001
2 x 10 ml K2Cr2O7 − 600.06 mg/l in H2SO4 − 0.01 N and 6 x 10 ml H2SO4 − 0.01 N
UV/VIS Standard 2
Sodium nitrite solution for stray light testing acc. to DAB and Ph. Eur.
1.08161.0001
3 x 10 ml NaNO2 − 50 g/l in H2O
UV/VIS Standard 3
Sodium iodide solution for stray light testing acc. to DAB and Ph. Eur.
1.08163.0001
3 x 10 ml Nal − 10 g/l in H2O
UV/VIS Standard 6
Holmium oxide solution reference material for wavelength testing
1.08166.0001
acc. to DAB and Ph. Eur.
3 x 10 ml Ho2O3 − 40 g/l in HClO4 (10 % v/v)
Spectroquant® Zero Cell (1 pack)
Ord. No. 1.73503.0001
Scope of delivery and features:
Spectroquant® Zero Cell is a 16 mm round cell filled with distilled water to be used for the Zero Adjustment of the Spectroquant® NOVA and Pharo photometers.
This Spectroquant® Zero Cell is available as replacement of the Zero Cell contained in the initial supply of each Spectroquant® NOVA and Pharo photometer. It is
recommended to renew the Zero Cell every two years to assure the correct Zero Adjustment of the photometer.
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Spectroquant® AQA
Performance Qualification [PQ] – checking the complete system
and sample matrix
Verifying the product-related functionalities is the most specific and comprehensive step in
the process, and involves the measurement of both method-specific standards and real samples.
Performance Qualification consists of two parts: the System Check and the Matrix Check.
System Check – AQA 2
The System Check is performed in order to check the entire system (instrument + test kit +
standard + pipette and/or cuvette + operator). In the Spectroquant® AQA concept this
is equivalent with the AQA 2 mode. It is a method-specific check using standard solutions.
AQA 2
The recommended standard solutions for each Spectroquant® test kit are listed on page 128.
Spectroquant® CombiCheck
Product information see page 134 - 137
Standard solutions (CRM) for photometric applications
Product information see page 138
Certipur® standard solution
Product information see page 139
Spectroquant® PipeCheck
Ord. No. 1.14962.0001
Scope of delivery and features:
In connection with Internal Quality Control measures (IQC) pipettes are required to be tested at regular intervals.
This check is usually carried out by weighing the volume of a liquid on a calibrated precision balance. Such a balance
is, however, not always readily available. With Spectroquant® PipeCheck you can check your pipettes and document
the measurement results accordingly, even if you don’t have a balance.
When e.g. a 5.0-ml pipette is due for checking,
5.0 ml of distilled water is injected into
the Spectroquant® PipeCheck cell. The measured
absorbance must match that measured in
the reference cell.
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Matrix Check – AQA 3
The Matrix Check, or AQA 3 mode, identifies measurement errors due to interferences
from foreign substances within the sample. Under certain circumstances, their interference
can be so great that the recovery of the parameter is significantly less than 100 %.
For this reason, various foreign substances have been investigated to define the maximum
concentration at which they may be present in samples without interfering with the
determination. These limits are stated in the package insert of each Spectroquant® test kit.
AQA 3
For samples with a very complex or even unknown composition, interferences can be analyzed on the basis of recovery rates and
rectified through appropriate countermeasures, such as pre-treating the sample. Depending on the concentration of the sample,
there are two AQA 3 methods to choose from:
1. One-time standard addition (spiking) with CombiCheck R-2 addition solution
Spectroquant® CombiCheck
Product information see page 134 - 137
2. Multiple dilutions or spiking with self-prepared spiking solutions
To avoid changing the sample matrix, spiking solutions should be highly concentrated standards and used in small quantities
relative to the sample portion.
Standard solutions (CRM) for photometric applications
Product information see page 138
Certipur® standard solution
Product information see page 139
Comprehensive quality assurance using the IQ, OQ, and PQ documents will transform your measurement results into proven,
verifiable analytical results. Please contact your local dealer to find out more about this service.
More about AQA –
password protected control of the complete system
By issuing a password (Spectroquant® NOVA photometer) or defining hierarchically structured
user groups (Spectroquant® Pharo spectrophotometers) you yourself can ensure that the
AQA intervals of your photometer are observed. You can instruct the instrument to refuse to
carry out a measurement in the event that the quality control measurements and intervals
are not adhered to. The method in question is released for further measurements only after it
has been successfully subjected to the corresponding quality-assurance checks.
1
2
3
The documentation of the AQA measures in the measurement report is a further enhancement of GLP-compliant operation. Once
it has passed the quality-control check, each result is given the suffix “AQA” in the report. Secure proof that the system is tested.
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Spectroquant® analytical quality control
Quality assurance
The following tables show you at a glance which quality-assurance product – such as e.g. Spectroquant® CombiCheck or standard
solutions – can be used in conjunction with which test kit. In cases where a parameter is not stable – for instance chlorine –
then we naturally provide assistance to the users of our products and offer an application by which such a standard can be
prepared. These applications can be found in the preface to our photometer and colorimeter manuals and also in the internet at
www.merckmillipore.com/photometry. This ensures that every user is given the optimum support to achieve good results.
Index A-B
A
Test kit
Ord. No.
Test kit
Ord. No.
CombiCheck
Ord. No.
Alternative
Standard solution, CRM Standard
Ord. No.
Certipur® standard sol.
Acid Capacity Cell Test to pH 4.3
1.01758.0001
2)
Aluminium Cell Test
1.00594.0001
1)
1.19770.0100
Aluminium Test
1.14825.0001
1.14692.0001
1)
1.19770.0100
Ammonium Cell Test
1.14739.0001
1.14695.0001
1)
1.19812.0500
1)
1.19812.0500
1)
1.19812.0500
1)
1.19812.0500
1)
1.19812.0500
1)
1.19812.0500
(total alkalinity)
1.25022.0100
1.25023.0100
Ammonium Cell Test
1.14558.0001
1.14676.0001
1.25022.0100
1.25023.0100
1.25024.0100
1.25025.0100
Ammonium Cell Test
1.14544.0001
1.14675.0001
1.25023.0100
1.25024.0100
1.25025.0100
1.25026.0100
Ammonium Cell Test
1.14559.0001
1.14689.0001
1.25025.0100
1.25026.0100
1.25027.0100
Ammonium Test
1.14752.0001
1.14695.0001
1.14752.0002
1.25022.0100
1.25023.0100
1.25024.0100
Ammonium Test
1.00683.0001
1.14689.0001
1.25025.0100
1.25026.0100
1.25027.0100
B
AOX Cell Test
1.00675.0001
0.2 - 2.0 mg/l AOX
1.00680.0001
Arsenic Test
1.01747.0001
1)
1.19773.0100
BOD Cell Test
1.00687.0001
EN 1899, 210 mg/l
1.00718 1.00718
Boron Cell Test
1.00826.0001
1)
1.19500.0100
Boron Test
1.14839.0001
1)
1.19500.0100
Bromate
Bromine Test
2)
1.00605.0001
DIN EN ISO 7393 2)
1) Standard solution, ready-to-use, 1,000 mg/l analyt. Traceable to SRM of NIST (see Ord. No. Certipur® standard solution)
2) Own standards. Worksheets how to prepare these standards can be downloaded from our website www.merckmillipore.com/aaf > Photometry > Field of Activity/Sample = Standard
3) For photometers of other manufacturers
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C
Test kit
Ord. No.
Test kit
Ord. No.
CombiCheck
Ord. No.
Alternative
Standard solution, CRM Standard
Cadmium Cell Test
1.14834.0001
1.14677.0001
Cadmium Test
1.01745.0001
Calcium Cell Test
1.00858.0001
2)
Calcium Test
1.00049.0001
1)
1.19778.0100
Calcium Test
1.14815.0001
1)
1.19778.0100
Chloride Cell Test
1.01804.0001
1)
1.19897.0500
Chloride Cell Test
1.14730.0001
1)
1.19897.0500
1)
1.19897.0500
1)
1.19897.0500
1)
Ord. No.
Certipur® standard sol.
1.19777.0100
1.19777.0100
1.14676.0001
1.14675.0001
Chloride Test
1.01807.0001
Chloride Test
1.14897.0001
1.14696.0001
1.14897.0002
Chlorine Cell test (free)
Chlorine Test (free)
1.00595.0001
DIN EN ISO 7393 2)
1.00598.0002
DIN EN ISO 7393 2)
1.00598.0001
Chlorine Test (total)
1.00602.0001
DIN EN ISO 7393 2)
Chlorine Cell Test (free and total)
1.00597.0001
DIN EN ISO 7393 2)
Chlorine Test (free and total)
1.00599.0001
DIN EN ISO 7393 2)
Chlorine Powder Packs 3) (free)
1.19254.0001
DIN EN ISO 7393 2)
1.00602.0002
1.19256.0001
Chlorine Powder Packs 3) (total)
1.19257.0001
DIN EN ISO 7393 2)
Chlorine Dioxide Test
1.00608.0001
DIN EN ISO 7393 2)
1.19258.0001
Chromate Cell Test
1.14552.0001
1)
1.19780.0500
Chromate Test
1.14758.0001
1)
1.19780.0500
COD Cell Test
1.14560.0001
1.14695.0001
1.25028.0100
2)
COD Cell Test
1.01796.0001
1.14695.0001
1.25028.0100
2)
COD Cell Test
1.14540.0001
1.14676.0001
1.25029.0100
2)
COD Cell Test
1.14895.0001
1.14696.0001
1.25029.0100
2)
1.25030.0100
COD Cell Test
1.14690.0001
1.14696.0001
1.25029.0100
2)
1.25030.0100
1.25031.0100
COD Cell Test
1.14541.0001
1.14675.0001
1.25029.0100
2)
1.25030.0100
1.25031.0100
1.25032.0100
COD Cell Test
1.14691.0001
1.14738.0001
1.25031.0100
2)
1.25032.0100
1.25033.0100
COD Cell Test
1.14555.0001
1.14689.0001
1.25032.0100
2)
1.25033.0100
1.25034.0100
COD Cell Test
1.01797.0001
1.25034.0100
2)
1.25035.0100
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Index C-L
C
Test kit
Ord. No.
Test kit
COD Cell Test (Hg-free)
1.09772.0001
COD Cell Test (Hg-free)
1.09773.0001
Ord. No.
CombiCheck
Ord. No.
Alternative
Standard solution, CRM Standard
1.25028.0100
Ord. No.
Certipur® standard sol.
2)
1.25029.0100
1.25030.0100
2)
1.25031.0100
1.25032.0100
COD Cell Test 3)
1.18750.0001
1.14695.0001
2)
COD Cell Test
3)
1.18751.0001
1.14676.0001
2)
COD Cell Test 3)
1.18752.0001
1.14675.0001
2)
COD Cell Test 3)
1.18753.0001
1.14689.0001
2)
COD Cell Test for seawater / high
1.17058.0001
2)
1.17059.0001
2)
chloride contents
COD Cell Test for seawater / high
chloride contents
Copper Cell Test
F
1.14553.0001
1.14677.0001
1.14677.0001
1)
Copper Test
1.14767.0001
Cyanide Test
1.09701.0001
1)
Cyanuric Acid Test
1.19253.0001
2)
1.19786.0100
1.19786.0100
1.19533.0500
Fluoride Cell Test
1.14557.0001
1)
1.19814.0500
Fluoride Cell Test
1.00809.0001
1)
1.19814.0500
Fluoride Test
1.00822.0250
1)
1.19814.0500
Fluoride Test
1.14598.0001
1)
1.19814.0500
1.14598.0002
Formaldehyde Cell Test
1.14500.0001
2)
Formaldehyde Test
1.14678.0001
2)
G
Gold Test
1.14821.0002
1)
H
I
Hydrazine Test
1.09711.0001
2)
Hydrogen Peroxide Cell Test
1.14731.0001
2)
Hydrogen Peroxide Test
1.18789.0001
2)
Iodine Test
1.00606.0001
Iron Cell Test
1.14549.0001
Iron Cell Test
1.14896.0001
Iron Test
1.14761.0002
1.70216.0100
DIN EN ISO 73932)
1.14677.0001
1)
1.19781.0100
1)
1.19781.0100
1.14677.0001
1)
1.19781.0100
1.14761.0001
L
Iron Test
1.00796.0001
1.14677.0001
1)
1.19781.0100
Iron Powder Packs 3)
1.73007.0001
1.14677.0001
1)
1.19781.0100
Lead Cell Test
1.14833.0001
1.14692.0001
1)
1.19776.0100
Lead Test
1.09717.0001
1.14692.0001
1)
1.19776.0100
1) Standard solution, ready-to-use, 1,000 mg/l analyt. Traceable to SRM of NIST (see Ord. No. Certipur® standard solution)
2) Own standards. Worksheets how to prepare these standards can be downloaded from our website www.merckmillipore.com/aaf > Photometry > Field of Activity/Sample = Standard
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Index M-N
Test kit
Ord. No.
Test kit
M Magnesium Cell Test
1.00815.0001
Manganese Cell Test
1.00816.0001
Manganese Test
Ord. No.
CombiCheck
Ord. No.
Alternative
Standard solution, CRM Standard
Ord. No.
Certipur® standard sol.
2)
1.14677.0001
1)
1.19789.0100
1.01739.0001
1)
1.19789.0100
Manganese Test
1.01846.0001
1)
1.19789.0100
Manganese Test
1.14770.0001
1)
1.19789.0100
1.14677.0001
1.14770.0002
N
Molybdenum Cell Test
1.00860.0001
1)
1.70227.0001
Molybdenum Test
1.19252.0001
1)
1.70227.0001
Monochloramine Test
1.01632.0001
2)
Nickel Cell Test
1.14554.0001
1.14692.0001
1)
1.09989.0001
Nickel Test
1.14785.0001
1.14692.0001
1)
1.09989.0001
Nitrate Cell Test
1.14542.0001
1.14675.0001
1)
1.19811.0500
1)
1.19811.0500
1)
1.19811.0500
1)
1.19811.0500
1)
1.19811.0500
1)
1.19811.0500
1)
1.19811.0500
1)
1.19811.0500
1)
1.19811.0500
1.25037.0100
1.25038.0100
Nitrate Cell Test
1.14563.0001
1.14675.0001
1.25037.0100
Nitrate Cell Test
1.14764.0001
1.14738.0001
1.25037.0100
1.25038.0100
1.25038.0100
1.25039.0100
Nitrate Cell Test
1.00614.0001
1.25039.0100
1.25040.0100
Nitrate Test
1.01842.0001
Nitrate Test
1.14773.0001
1.14676.0001
1.25036.0100
1.14675.0001
1.25037.0100
1.14675.0001
1.25036.0100
1.25038.0100
Nitrate Test
1.09713.0001
1.09713.0002
1.25037.0100
1.25038.0100
Nitrate Cell Test in seawater
1.14556.0001
1.14676.0001
1.25036.0100
1.25037.0100
Nitrate Test in seawater
1.14942.0001
1.14675.0001
1.25036.0100
1.25037.0100
1.25038.0100
Nitrite Cell Test
1.14547.0001
1.25041.0100
1)
1.19899.0500
Nitrite Test
1.14776.0002
1.25041.0100
1)
1.19899.0500
1.25042.0100
1)
1.19899.0500
1)
1.19899.0500
1.14776.0001
Nitrite Cell Test
Nitrite Powder Packs
1.00609.0001
3)
1.73010.0001
Nitrogen (total) Cell Test
1.14537.0001
1.14695.0001
Nitrogen (total) Cell Test
1.00613.0001
1.14695.0001
1.25043.0100
2)
1.25044.0100
1.25043.0100
2)
1.25044.0100
Nitrogen (total) Cell Test
1.14763.0001
1.14689.0001
1.25044.0100
2)
1.25045.0100
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Index O-S
O
Test kit
Ord. No.
Test kit
Oxygen Cell Test
1.14694.0001
2)
Oxygen Scavengers Test
1.19251.0001
2)
1.00607.0001
DIN EN ISO 7393 2)
Ozone-Test
Ord. No.
CombiCheck
Ord. No.
Alternative
Standard solution, CRM Standard
Ord. No.
Certipur® standard sol.
1.00607.0002
P
pH Cell Test
1.01744.0001
Buffer solution pH 7.00
Phenol Cell Test
1.14551.0001
2)
1.09439.1000
Phenol Test
1.00856.0001
2)
Phosphate (ortho-phosphate)
1.00474.0001
1.14676.0001
1)
1.19898.0500
1.14543.0001
1.14676.0001
1)
1.19898.0500
Cell Test
Phosphate (ortho-phosphate)
Cell Test
Phosphorus (total) Cell Test
1.14543.0001
1.25046.0100
Phosphate (ortho-phosphate)
1.00475.0001
1.14675.0001
1)
1.19898.0500
1.14729.0001
1.14675.0001
1)
1.19898.0500
1)
1.25047.0100
Cell Test
Phosphate (ortho-phosphate)
Cell Test
Phosphorus (total) Cell Test
1.14729.0001
1.25047.0100
1)
1.25048.0100
Phosphate (ortho-phosphate)
1.00616.0001
1)
1.19898.0500
Cell Test
Phosphorus (total) Cell Test
1.00673.0001
1.25048.0100
Phosphate (ortho-phosphate)
1.00673.0001
1)
1.19898.0500
1.14546.0001
1)
1.19898.0500
1)
1.19898.0500
1)
1.25049.0100
Cell Test
Phosphate (ortho-phosphate)
Cell Test
Phosphate Test (ortho-phosphate)
1.14848.0001
1.14676.0001
1.14848.0002
Phosphate Test (ortho-phosphate)
1.00798.0001
1)
1.19898.0500
Phosphate Test (ortho-phosphate)
1.14842.0001
1)
1.19898.0500
Potassium Cell Test
1.14562.0001
1)
1.70230
Potassium Cell Test
1.00615.0001
1)
1.70230
R
Residual Hardness Cell Test
1.14683.0001
1)
1.19778.0100
S
Silicate (silicic acid) Test
1.01813.0001
1)
1.70236.0100
Silicate (silicic acid) Test
1.14794.0001
1)
1.70236.0100
Silicate (silicic acid) Test
1.00857.0001
1)
1.70236.0100
Silver Test
1.14831.0001
1)
1.19797.0100
Sodium Cell Test
1.00885.0001
2)
Sulfate Cell Test
1.14548.0001
1.14676.0001
1.25050.0100
1)
1.19813.0500
1)
1.19813.0500
1.25051.0100
Sulfate Cell Test
1.00617.0001
1.14676.0001
1.25051.0100
1.25052.0100
1) Standard solution, ready-to-use, 1,000 mg/l analyt. Traceable to SRM of NIST (see Ord. No. Certipur® standard solution)
2) Own standards. Worksheets how to prepare these standards can be downloaded from our website www.merckmillipore.com/aaf > Photometry > Field of Activity/Sample = Standard
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Index S-Z
S
Test kit
Ord. No.
Test kit
Ord. No.
CombiCheck
Ord. No.
Alternative
Standard solution, CRM Standard
Ord. No.
Certipur® standard sol.
Sulfate Cell Test
1.14564.0001
1.14675.0001
1.25051.0100
1)
1.19813.0500
1)
1.19813.0500
1)
1.19813.0500
1)
1.19813.0500
1.25052.0100
1.25053.0100
Sulfate Test
1.01812.0001
Sulfate Test
1.14791.0001
1.14676.0001
1.25050.0100
1.25051.0100
Sulfate Powder Packs 3)
1.73014.0001
1.25050.0100
1.73015.0001
T
Sulfide Test
1.14779.0001
2)
Sulfite Cell Test
1.14394.0001
2)
Sulfite Test
1.01746.0001
2)
Surfactants (anionic) Cell Test
1.14697.0001
2)
Surfactants (cationic) Cell Test
1.01764.0001
2)
Surfactants (nonionic) Cell Test
1.01787.0001
2)
Tin Cell Test
1.14622.0001
2)
TOC Cell Test
1.14878.0001
1)
1.09017.0100
TOC Cell Test
1.14879.0001
1)
1.09017.0100
Total Hardness Cell Test
1.00961.0001
2)
Total Nitrogen Cell Test
1.00613.0001
1.14695.0001
1.25043.0100
2)
1.25044.0100
Total Nitrogen Cell Test
1.14537.0001
1.14695.0001
1.25043.0100
Total Nitrogen Cell Test
1.14763.0001
1.14689.0001
Volatile Organic Acid Cell Test
1.01749.0001
2)
Volatile Organic Acid Test
1.01809.0001
2)
Zinc Cell Test
1.00861.0001
1)
1.19806.0100
Zinc Cell Test
1.14566.0001
1)
1.19806.0100
Zinc Test
1.14832.0001
1)
1.19806.0100
2)
1.25044.0100
1.25044.0100
2)
1.25045.0100
V
Z
1.14692.0001
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Checking the entire system
The multiparameter standard solutions contained in the various Spectroquant® CombiCheck packs are
optimally suited for checking the overall system, from the individual test kit and the measurement
instrument itself, all the way to your individual working procedures. These standards can also be directly
traced back to NIST primary standards. Each CombiCheck pack contains one standard solution and
one addition solution.
If the check shows that the specified concentration of the standard solution is reached, the entire
analysis system is in order. If, however, deviations from the specified values become apparent, the causes
of these deviations must be tracked down. With the aid of the addition solution it is possible to identify
measurement errors that are caused by the sample matrix (for example the presence of interfering
substances). If the recovery rate is found to be insufficient (beyond the specified tolerances) the reason
for the error must be analyzed and eliminated by taking the appropriate countermeasures, such as
e.g. pretreating the sample correspondingly.
Ord. No. 1.14676.0001
Spectroquant® CombiCheck 10
to control quality of photometric methods of below listed parameter
Parameter
Concentration and working
tolerance
Standard Solution
Ammonium
4.00
±0.30 mg/l NH4-N
1.14558.0001
1.0
96
Reagent R-1
Chloride
25
±6 mg/l Cl
1.14730.0001
1.0
96
COD
80
±12 mg/l COD
1.14540.0001
3.0
32
80
±12 mg/l COD
1.18751.0001
2.0
48
2.50
±0.25 mg/l NO3-N
1.14556.0001
2.0
48
2.50
±0.25 mg/l NO3-N
1.14773.00012)
1.5
64
0.80
±0.08 mg/l PO4-P
1.00474.0001
5.0
18
0.80
±0.08 mg/l PO4-P
1.14543.0001
5.0
18
0.80
±0.08 mg/l PO4-P
1.14848.0001/ .00022)
5.0
18
0.80
±0.08 mg/l PO4-P
1.14848.00012)/ .00023)
10.0
9
100
±15 mg/l SO4
1.14548.0001
5.0
19
100
±15 mg/l SO4
1.00617.0001
2.0
48
100
±15 mg/l SO4
1.14791.0001 1)
2.5
38
Nitrate
Phosphate
4)
Sulfate
can be used for test kits
Ord. No.
Standard
solution [ml]
Number of
quality checks
Addition Solution
Ammonium
3.00
±0.25 mg/l NH4-N
1.14558.0001
0.1
280
Reagent R-2
Chloride
25
±6 mg/l Cl
1.14730.0001
0.1
280
(for spiking of samples)
COD
30
±8 mg/l COD
1.14540.0001
0.1
280
45
±8 mg/l COD
1.18751.0001
0.1
280
1.50
±0.20 mg/l NO3-N
1.14556.0001
0.1
280
2.50
±0.40 mg/l NO3-N
1.14773.00012)
0.1
280
0.60
±0.07 mg/l PO4-P
1.00474.0001
0.1
280
0.60
±0.07 mg/l PO4-P
1.14543.0001
0.1
280
0.60
±0.07 mg/l PO4-P
1.14848.00012)/ .00022)
0.1
280
0.30
±0.05 mg/l PO4-P
1.14848.0001/ .00023)
0.1
280
40
±5 mg/l SO4
1.14548.0001
0.1
280
100
±15 mg/l SO4
1.00617.0001
0.1
280
80
±10 mg/l SO4
1.14791.00011)
0.1
280
Nitrate
Phosphate 4)
Sulfate
1) using a 10 mm rectangular cell, Ord. No. 1.14946.0001
2) using a 20 mm rectangular cell, Ord. No. 1.14947.0001
134
3) using a 50 mm rectangular cell, Ord. No. 1.14944.0001
4) only the determination of ortho-Phosphate can be checked
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Spectroquant® CombiCheck 20
Ord. No. 1.14675.0001
to control quality of photometric methods of below listed parameter
Parameter
Concentration and working
tolerance
can be used for test kits
Ord. No.
Standard
solution [ml]
Number of
quality checks
Ammonium
12.0
1.14544.0001
0.5
192
Standard Solution
Reagent R-1
±1.0 mg/l NH4-N
Chloride
60
±10 mg/l Cl
1.14730.0001
1.0
96
COD
750
±75 mg/l COD
1.14541.0001
3.0
32
750
±75 mg/l COD
1.18752.0001
2.0
48
9.0
±0.9 mg/l NO3-N
1.14563.0001
1.0
96
9.0
±0.9 mg/l NO3-N
1.14542.0001
1.5
64
9.0
±0.9 mg/l NO3-N
1.09713.0001/ .0002
1.5
64
9.0
±0.9 mg/l NO3-N
1.14773.00011)
1.0
96
9.0
±0.9 mg/l NO3-N
1.14942.00011)
0.5
192
8.0
±0.7 mg/l PO4-P
1.00475.0001
1.0
96
8.0
±0.7 mg/l PO4-P
1.14729.0001
1.0
96
Nitrate
Phosphate 4)
1)
Sulfate
500
±75 mg/l SO4
1.14564.0001
1.0
96
Ammonium
8.0
±0.8 mg/l NH4-N
1.14544.0001
0.1
280
Addition Solution
Chloride
40
±7 mg/l Cl
1.14730.0001
0.1
280
Reagent R-2
COD
200
±40 mg/l COD
1.14541.0001
0.1
280
(for spiking of samples)
300
±40 mg/l COD
1.18752.0001
0.1
280
7.5
±0.8 mg/l NO3-N
1.14563.0001
0.1
280
5.0
±0.6 mg/l NO3-N
1.14542.0001
0.1
280
15.0
±1.5 mg/l NO3-N
1.09713.0001/ .00021)
0.1
280
5.0
±0.6 mg/l NO3-N
1.14773.00011)
0.1
280
7.5
±0.8 mg/l NO3-N
1.14942.00011)
0.1
280
5.0
±0.5 mg/l PO4-P
1.00475.0001
0.1
280
5.0
±0.5 mg/l PO4-P
1.14729.0001
0.1
280
150
±30 mg/l SO4
1.14564.0001
0.1
280
Nitrate
Phosphate
4)
Sulfate
Spectroquant® CombiCheck 30
Ord. No. 1.14677.0001
to control quality of photometric methods of below listed parameter
Parameter
Concentration and working
tolerance
can be used for test kits
Ord. No.
Standard
solution [ml]
Number of
quality checks
Cadmium
0.500
±0.060 mg/l Cd
1.14834.0001
5.0
19
Standard Solution
Copper
2.00
±0.20 mg/l Cu
1.14553.0001
5.0
19
Reagent R-1
2.00
±0.20 mg/l Cu
1.14767.00011)
5.0
19
1.00
±0.15 mg/l Fe
1.14549.0001
5.0
19
1.00
±0.15 mg/l Fe
1.14761.0001/ .00021)
5.0
19
1.00
±0.15 mg/l Fe
1.00796.00011)
8.0
12
1.00
±0.15 mg/l Fe
1.73007.0001
10.0
9
1.00
±0.15 mg/l Mn
1.00816.0001
7.0
13
1.00
±0.15 mg/l Mn
1.14770.0001/ .00023)
10.0
9
Cadmium
0.300
±0.045 mg/l Cd
1.14834.0001
0.1
280
Addition Solution
Copper
3.00
±0.30 mg/l Cu
1.14553.0001
0.1
280
Reagent R-2
3.00
±0.30 mg/l Cu
1.14767.00011)
0.1
280
(for spiking of samples)
3.00
±0.30 mg/l Fe
1.14549.0001
0.1
280
3.00
±0.30 mg/l Fe
1.14761.0001/ .00021)
0.1
280
1.88
1.43
±0.20 mg/l Fe
±0.15 mg/l Mn
1.00796.00011)
1.00816.0001
0.1
0.1
280
280
1.00
±0.15 mg/l Mn
1.14770.0001/ .00023)
0.1
280
Iron
Manganese
Iron
Manganese
135
Spectroquant® CombiCheck
Ord. No. 1.14692.0001
Spectroquant® CombiCheck 40 to control quality of photometric methods of below listed parameter
to control quality of photometric methods of below listed parameter
Parameter
Standard Solution Reagent R-1 Aluminium
Lead
Nickel
Concentration and working
tolerance
can be used for test kits
Ord. No.
Standard
solution [ml]
Number of
quality checks
0.75
±0.08 mg/l Al
1.14825.00011)
5.0
19
2.00
±0.20 mg/l Pb
1.14833.0001
5.0
19
2.00
±0.20 mg/l Pb
1.09717.00011)
8.0
11
2.00
±0.20 mg/l Ni
1.14554.0001
5.0
19
2.00
±0.20 mg/l Ni
1.14785.00011)
5.0
19
Zinc
2.00
±0.40 mg/l Zn
1.14566.0001
0.5
192
Addition Solution Reagent R-2
Aluminium
1.00
±0.10 mg/l Al
1.14825.00011)
0.1
280
(for spiking of samples)
Lead
Nickel
Zinc
Ord. No. 1.14695.0001
1.00
±0.15 mg/l Pb
1.14833.0001
0.1
280
0.63
±0.10 mg/l Pb
1.09717.00011)
0.1
280
2.00
±0.20 mg/l Ni
1.14554.0001
0.1
280
2.00
±0.20 mg/l Ni
1.14785.0001
0.1
280
2.00
±0.40 mg/l Zn
1.14566.0001
0.1
280
1)
Spectroquant® CombiCheck 50 to control quality of photometric methods of below listed parameter
to control quality of photometric methods of below listed parameter
Parameter
Standard Solution Reagent R-1 Ammonium
COD
Nitrogen
Addition Solution Reagent R-2
Ammonium
(for spiking of samples)
COD
Nitrogen
Concentration and working
tolerance
can be used for test kits
Ord. No.
Standard
solution [ml]
Number of
quality checks
19
1.00
±0.10 mg/l NH4-N
1.14739.0001
5.0
1.00
±0.10 mg/l NH4-N
1.14752.0002/ .00011)
5.0
19
20.0
±4.0 mg/l COD
1.14560.0001
3.0
32
20.0
±4.0 mg/l COD
1.01796.0001
2.0
48
20.0
±4.0 mg/l COD
1.18750.0001
2.0
48
5.0
±0.7 mg/l N
1.00613.0001
10.0
9
5.0
±0.7 mg/l N
1.14537.0001
10.0
9
1.00
±0.10 mg/l NH4-N
1.14739.0001
0.1
280
1.00
±0.10 mg/l NH4-N
1.14752.0002/ .00011)
0.1
280
10.0
±3.0 mg/l COD
1.14560.0001
0.1
280
15.0
±3.0 mg/l COD
1.01796.0001
0.1
280
15.0
±3.0 mg/l COD
1.18750.0001
0.1
280
3.0
±0.5 mg/l N
1.00613.0001
0.1
280
3.0
±0.5 mg/l N
1.14537.0001
0.1
280
1) using a 10 mm rectangular cell, Ord. No. 1.14946.0001
2) using a 20 mm rectangular cell, Ord. No. 1.14947.0001
136
3) using a 50 mm rectangular cell, Ord. No. 1.14944.0001
4) only the determination of ortho-Phosphate can be checked
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Spectroquant® CombiCheck 60
Ord. No. 1.14696.0001
to control quality of photometric methods of below listed parameter
Parameter
Concentration and working
tolerance
can be used for test kits
Ord. No.
Standard
solution [ml]
Number of
quality checks
Chloride
125
±13 mg/l Cl
1.14897.0001/ .00021)
1.0
96
Standard Solution
COD
250
±25 mg/l COD
1.14690.0001
2.0
48
Reagent R-1
250
±20 mg/l COD
1.14895.0001
2.0
48
Chloride
50
±7 mg/l Cl
1.14897.0001/ .00021)
0.1
280
Addition Solution
COD
75
±15 mg/l COD
1.14690.0001
0.1
280
Reagent R-2
75
±10 mg/l COD
1.14895.0001
0.1
280
(for spiking of samples)
Spectroquant® CombiCheck 70
Ord. No. 1.14689.0001
to control quality of photometric methods of below listed parameter
Parameter
Concentration and working
tolerance
can be used for test kits
Ord. No.
Standard
solution [ml]
Number of
quality checks
Ammonium
50.0
±5.0 mg/l NH4-N
1.14559.0001
0.1
960
Standard Solution
Ammonium
50.0
±5.0 mg/l NH4-N
1.00683.00011)
0.2
480
Reagent R-1
50
±5 mg/l NH4-N
1.00683.00011)
0.1
960
5,000
±400 mg/l COD
1.14555.0001
1.0
96
5,000
±400 mg/l COD
1.18753.0001
0.2
480
Nitrogen
50
±7 mg/l N
1.14763.0001
1.0
96
Ammonium
20.0
±2.0 mg/l NH4-N
1.14559.0001
0.1
280
Addition Solution
Ammonium
10.0
±1.0 mg/l NH4-N
1.00683.00011)
0.1
280
Reagent R-2
20
±2 mg/l NH4-N
1.00683.0001
0.1
280
COD
2,000
±200 mg/l COD
1.14555.0001
0.1
280
Nitrogen
20
±6 mg/l N
1.14763.0001
0.1
280
(2.0 - 75.0 mg/l)
Ammonium
(5 - 150 mg/l)
COD
(for spiking of samples)
(2.0 - 75.0 mg/l)
Ammonium
1)
(5 - 150 mg/l)
Spectroquant® CombiCheck 80
Ord. No. 1.14738.0001
to control quality of photometric methods of below listed parameter
Parameter
Concentration and working
tolerance
COD
1,500
±150 mg/l COD
1.14691.0001
2.0
48
Standard Solution
Nitrate
25.0
±2.5 mg/l NO3-N
1.14764.0001
0.5
190
Reagent R-1
Phosphate 4)
15.0
±1.0 mg/l PO4-P
1.00475.0001
1.0
96
COD
can be used for test kits
Ord. No.
Standard
solution [ml]
Number of
quality checks
15.0
±1.0 mg/l PO4-P
1.14729.0001
1.0
96
1,000
±100 mg/l COD
1.14691.0001
0.1
280
Addition Solution
Nitrate
10.0
±1.5 mg/l NO3-N
1.14764.0001
0.1
280
Reagent R-2
Phosphate 4)
5.0
±0.5 mg/l PO4-P
1.00475.0001
0.1
280
(for spiking of samples)
5.0
±0.5 mg/l PO4-P
1.14729.0001
0.1
280
137
Standard solutions (CRM)
for photometric applications
By using the certified, diluted standard solutions for photometric applications you can verify your
measurement results without extra effort. These standard solutions are traceable to SRM from NIST and
are completely ready-to-use. Time-consuming dilution is no longer necessary – which eliminates possible
sources of error. The lot certificates document all batch-specific and analysis-relevant data, such as
exact concentration and expanded measurement uncertainty. Most importantly, it provides you with
the certitude that the diluted, certified standard solutions are traceable directly to primary standard
reference materials from NIST. This ensures that quality standards are comparable internationally.
Standard solutions, CRM (100 ml in H2O)
A
C
N
P
S
Product
Concentration
Expanded
Measurement uncertainty
Ord. No.
Ammonium standard solution
0.400 mg/l NH4-N
±0.012 mg/l
1.25022.0100
Ammonium standard solution
1.00 mg/l NH4-N
±0.04 mg/l
1.25023.0100
Ammonium standard solution
2.00 mg/l NH4-N
±0.07 mg/l
1.25024.0100
Ammonium standard solution
6.00 mg/l NH4-N
±0.13 mg/l
1.25025.0100
Ammonium standard solution
12.00 mg/l NH4-N
±0.4 mg/l
1.25026.0100
Ammonium standard solution
50.0 mg/l NH4-N
±1.2 mg/l
1.25027.0100
COD standard solution
20.0 mg/l
±0.7 mg/l
1.25028.0100
COD standard solution
100 mg/l
±3 mg/l
1.25029.0100
COD standard solution
200 mg/l
±4 mg/l
1.25030.0100
COD standard solution
400 mg/l
±5 mg/l
1.25031.0100
COD standard solution
1,000 mg/l
±11 mg/l
1.25032.0100
COD standard solution
2,000 mg/l
±32 mg/l
1.25033.0100
COD standard solution
8,000 mg/l
±68 mg/l
1.25034.0100
COD standard solution
50,000 mg/l
±894 mg/l
1.25035.0100
Nitrate standard solution
0.50 mg/l NO3-N
±0.05 mg/l
1.25036.0100
Nitrate standard solution
2.50 mg/l NO3-N
±0.06 mg/l
1.25037.0100
Nitrate standard solution
15.0 mg/l NO3-N
±0.4 mg/l
1.25038.0100
Nitrate standard solution
40.0 mg/l NO3-N
±1 mg/l
1.25039.0100
Nitrate standard solution
200 mg/l NO3-N
±5 mg/l
1.25040.0100
Nitrite standard solution
0.200 mg/l NO2-N
±0.009 mg/l
1.25041.0100
Nitrite standard solution
40.0 mg/l NO2-N
±1.3 mg/l
1.25042.0100
Nitrogen (total) standard solution
2.50 mg/l N
±0.06 mg/l
1.25043.0100
Nitrogen (total) standard solution
12.0 mg/l N
±0.3 mg/l
1.25044.0100
Nitrogen (total) standard solution
100 mg/l N
±3 mg/l
1.25045.0100
1.25046.0100
Phosphorus (total) standard solution
0.400 mg/l PO4-P
±0.016 mg/l
Phosphorus (total) standard solution
4.00 mg/l PO4-P
±0.08 mg/l
1.25047.0100
Phosphorus (total) standard solution
15.0 mg/l PO4-P
±0.4 mg/l
1.25048.0100
Sulfate standard solution
40 mg/l SO4
±6 mg/l
1.25050.0100
Sulfate standard solution
125 mg/l SO4
±6 mg/l
1.25051.0100
Sulfate standard solution
400 mg/l SO4
±20 mg/l
1.25052.0100
Sulfate standard solution
800 mg/l SO4
±27 mg/l
1.25053.0100
Certificate of Analysis The lot certificate for each standard solution
can be accessed easily online at any time: www.merckmillipore.com/coa
138
Certipur® standard solutions
With the Certipur® standard solutions you can make standards of
different concentrations to meet your needs by dilution. The Certipur®
standard solutions are traceable to standard reference material
from NIST and according to the DIN EN ISO/IEC 17025 Accreditation.
Certipur® standard solutions
A
Parameter
Concentration in mg/l
Volume in ml
Ord. No.
Aluminium
1,000
100
1.19770.0100
Ammonium
1,000
500
1.19812.0500
Antimony
1,000
100
1.70204.0100
Arsenic
1,000
100
1.19773.0100
B
Boron
1,000
100
1.19500.0100
C
Cadmium
1,000
100
1.19777.0100
Calcium
1,000
100
1.19778.0100
Chloride
1,000
500
1.19897.0500
Chromate
1,000
500
1.19780.0500
Chromium
1,000
100
1.19779.0100
Cobalt
1,000
100
1.19785.0100
Copper
1,000
100
1.19786.0100
Cyanide
1,000
500
1.19533.0500
F
Fluoride
1,000
500
1.19814.0500
G
Gold
1,000
100
1.70216.0100
I
Iron
1,000
100
1.19781.0100
L
Lead
1,000
100
1.19776.0100
M Magnesium
1,000
100
1.19788.0100
Manganese
1,000
100
1.19789.0100
Mercury
1,000
100
1.70226.0100
Molybdenum
1,000
100
1.70227.0001
Nickel*
1,000
100
1.09989.0001
Nitrate
1,000
500
1.19811.0500
Nitrite
1,000
500
1.19899.0500
Palladium
1,000
100
1.14282.0100
Phosphate
1,000
500
1.19898.0500
Platinum
1,000
100
1.70219.0100
Potassium
1,000
100
1.70230.0100
Silver
1,000
100
1.19797.0100
Silicon
1,000
100
1.70236.0100
Sulfate
1,000
500
1.19813.0500
Tin
1,000
100
1.70242.0100
TOC
1,000
100
1.09017.0100
V
Vanadium
1,000
100
1.70245.0100
Z
Zinc
1,000
100
1.19806.0100
N
P
S
T
* Titrisol®
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Entering the six-digit product number will lead you to the corresponding product page. In “About this
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documents such as certificates and safety data sheets, and more brochures. Here you will find alternative
Merck Millipore products for your chosen product above as well as accessories you need!
Photometer Method Update
You can update the software on your Merck Millipore photometer any time and free of charge! This gives
you the assurance that your results will be correct, as it’s our responsibility to calibrate the tests for
the instrument. Use the same instrument to conduct all new tests without having to program it yourself.
Benefit from always having an up-to-date instrument! Look for “method update photometer” under
quick links.
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Applications for Reflectoquant® and Spectroquant® test kits
Many of our test kits can be used directly for the analysis of drinking water and for wastewater
investigation. There are, however, some areas – like food and beverage applications or testing of solid or
slurry samples – that require special sample pre-treatment measures. Examples: Hydroxymethylfurfural
in honey, calcium in milk, lipase in cocoa, ascorbic acid in lollipops and candies or chloride in concrete,
phosphorus in waste-dump percolating water, boron in soils.
To minimize the effort needed for you to conduct such analyses, we keep a stock of more than
300 applications ready for you to assist you in your work. The complete analytical procedure is detailed
in the document, from how to prepare samples to determining measurement parameters and comparing
the process with other methods. New applications are added on a regular basis.
Look for the analytical application finder on our website. Choose either photometry or reflectometry.
The tool uses three search parameters – field of activity, sample and parameter – to locate the applications
that users are looking for. Applications are easily converted into PDF files. If you already know the
test kits you would like to work with, just enter the six-digit product number in the search field to view
the applications listed for that parameter on the product detail page.
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Service
Customized support and safety aspects
On-the-spot consultancy
In addition to giving advice in matters of analysis and technical instruction by our local specialists,
we have also installed competent and practically oriented hotlines in almost all countries
throughout the world. Inquiries are answered immediately or else forwarded to our specialists from
the development sector.
Training courses and seminars
Regular training courses are run to give users tips and hints of use in analysis and to help them avoid
making errors in their day-to-day operations. These training courses and seminars are always held
with a small number of participants to ensure an intensive and lively exchange of ideas. This provides
the opportunity to deal with questions raised by the participants individually and in detail.
Application laboratory
Our central application laboratory works on new applications for our range of test kits. We regularly
check developments in the market and your inquiries in order to define the parameters and sample
materials that are of most interest. If you do not find an application on our website, please contact us
for further consultancy.
Research and Development
Merck Millipore builds upon the foundations of its technological expertise and functional processes –
from research to knowledge of our customers’ demands. From that and from our contacts to national
standard committees, we develop market-oriented ideas for new test kits and their applications.
Reference laboratory
If you wish to compare your results with those yielded by reference methods gained in accredited
laboratories, we can offer you this service, too, in collaboration with our independent external partners
in the field.
Validation and accreditation for Spectroquant® test kits
If you are planning to validate our Spectroquant® test kits and to get accredited, you may contact
our local product specialists to support you by providing special checklists and spreadsheets.
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More safety for your lab technicians
In developing our test kits, wherever possible we avoid the use of harmful chemicals,
e.g. chloroform, cadmium, or benzene.
More safety features
Identification and safety labels on test kits go without saying. At Merck Millipore you find them
even on every Spectroquant® cell test and on all reagent bottles. This information helps you to avoid
any potential risk. Robust test vessels with leak-proof caps ensure safe handling. Of course, our
products implement all relevant statutory requirements and we supply comprehensive and easy-to-use
waste disposal advice for our customers.
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More information for safer handling
People dealing with laboratory chemicals should be informed about potential risks. Informative
Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDS) are available for our test kits free of charge and in
over 30 languages. They provide important information and useful advice concerning ingredients,
technical handling of chemicals, workplace safety measures and ecological data – topics on
which other companies do not offer any information at all or only very rarely.
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One
of our central goals is to reduce the amount
of hazardous or toxic chemicals our test kits contain.
As a result, they not only provide precise, reliable results –
they also help preserve our environment. For years,
Merck Millipore has been manufacturing products that
help to improve our environment … and are easier
on nature themselves. In addition to our test kits for
water and food analytics, we can also supply lower-impact
products for a wide range of other applications.
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We provide information and advice to our customers to the best of our knowledge and ability, but without obligation or liability. Existing laws and regulations are to
be observed in all cases by our customers. This also applies in respect to any rights of third parties. Our information and advice do not relieve our customers of their own
responsibility for checking the suitability of our products for the envisaged purpose.
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