Drinking water testing provides health critical solution for drinking water suppliers. Drinking water testing involves the time critical analysis of the water supply chain to ensure it is fit for human consumption. Tech Water Laboratory has industry leading experience in this area. We offer all the standard parameter required for drinking water analyses. (Sri Lanka Standard Specification for potable water SLS 614 : Part I : 1983 and SLS 614 : Part II : 1983 .)
There is no such thing in nature as "pure" water. Nearly all water contains contaminants, even in the absence of nearby pollution-causing activities. Many dissolved minerals, organic carbon compounds, and microbes find their way into your drinking water as water comes into contact with air and soil. When pollutant and contaminant levels in drinking water are excessively high, they may affect certain household routines and/or be detrimental to human health. Obvious problems, such as staining of plumbing fixtures and laundry, as well as many objectionable tastes and odors, may be evidence of excessive levels of contaminants in your water supply. Many of these impurities are naturally present and are considered a nuisance, presenting no hazard to human health. The presence of most harmful contaminants, however, is not always obvious and such contaminated water may not cause health-related symptoms for many years. As a result, the only way that you can ensure that your water supply is safe is to have a periodic laboratory water analysis done on your drinking water.
We are accredited to Central Environmental Authority for waste water analysis. We offer all the standard parameters required for waste water, including: BOD, COD, EC, TSS, TDS, Oil and Grease, Ammonical Nitrogen, pH, Sulphide, Sulphar, Phenols, Hevy metals and etc.
Our customers request us internationally accepted standards for the quality of pool water. We analyze TDS, EC, total alkalinity, total hardness, free residual Chlorine free ammonia and etc. to provide with them what they require.
If not properly maintained, the water in your domestic swimming pool harbours a range of microbes, including bacteria and algae, which can cause health problems such as ear, nose and throat infections.
You should check your swimming pool regularly to make sure that the water is healthy. A simple way to do this is to take a daily look into the pool. Is the water clear? Can you see to the bottom of the pool? Does the water look any different to how it looked the day before? Any changes, such as cloudiness, mean that you need to test the water and take steps to improve water quality before anyone goes swimming.
Some of the various sources of bacteria and microbes in your pool can include: People swimming in the pool – this is the main source of bacteria. Animals, such as dogs – some pets like to paddle in the pool on hot days. Dead wildlife – for example, frogs or lizards or insects may occasionally drown in your pool. Debris from around the property, such as leaves, grass and dust.