Turbidity meter

A turbidity meter performs an optical analysis where the suspended particles in a liquid. It uses a light source and a light detector (photocell) fixed at a right angle to the original beam. The light source of the instrument, is a lens that forces and conducts the light beam through the liquid, and the photocell, is the photoelectric device in charge of recording a modification of its resistance when it detects an increase in light, that is, it detects and estimates the amount of light radiation that has been dispersed.

Turbidimeters work by measuring suspended particles with a beam (beam source) and a light detector fixed at 90° from the original beam. The density of the particles is a function of the light reflected by the particles suspended in the detector. The amount of light reflected for a given density of particles will depend on the properties of these particles such as their shape, color and reflectivity. State-of-the-art equipment uses a laser to measure light dispersion at 90° and 360° around the sample, providing high optical accuracy, with fast results and greater reliability of the equipment.

KALSTEIN TURBIDITY METER

In Kalstein you can find the ideal Turbidity Meters for your laboratory

There are countless models, so it is normal that you do not know which Turbidity Meter to buy to meet your needs. At Kalstein, we evaluate you to find what you're looking for.
 
 
 
 

Benchtop turbidity meter YR01842

Benchtop Multiparameter turbidity meter with total suspended solids measurement mode, calibration from 2 to 7 points...

 
 

Portable turbidity meter YR01841

High performance portable turbidity meter, calibration from 2 to 5 points, 4 selectable turbidity units. The meter is suitable...

 
 

Our Best Selling Turbidity Meter

Benchtop Multiparameter turbidity meter with total suspended solids measurement mode, calibration from 2 to 7 points, 4 selectable turbidity units. The meter is suitable for laboratory use.

Features

• · Benchtop Multiparameter turbidity meter is equipped with a 4.5 inch TFT display.
• Calibration of 2 to 7 points using formazine standards.
• 4 selectable turbidity units including NTU, FNU, EBC and ASBC.
• The TSS conversion factor ensures accurate measurement of total suspended solids.
• The auto read function detects and blocks a stable read.

Analysis of the best Turbidity Meter for your laboratory

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Guides to becoming an expert in Turbidity Meters

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that have the best technology in the market, we leave you some guides so that you
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Frequently Asked Questions about Turbidity Meters

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  1. If the equipment of your interest is in stock or if it must be manufactured. 
  2. The type of freight you have chosen may be either air or sea.
  • Equipment in stock:  

- Delivery Time (Air): 15-30 days.  

- Delivery Time (Maritime): 45-60 days. 

  • Equipment not in stock:  

- Delivery Time (Air): 30-60 days.  

- Delivery Time (Maritime): 60-90 days. 

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  2. By telephone: +33 (0) 1 78 95 87 02
  3. E-commerce: Via Kalstein's official website in your country. 
All Kalstein equipment has a 1-year warranty against manufacturing defects. The warranty does not cover damage caused by poor installation or operation by the user, transport defects or by uses other than those specified by the manufacturer. Warranty excludes electrical or consumable parts. For more information visit our “terms and conditions” by clicking  HERE

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