How to test for Iron using the HA-62B Hach Water Test Kit from Lancaster Water Group
Luke shows in this video helpful tips for performing Hach’s Ultra Low Range Total Iron Method. This method is designed to analyze both particulate and dissolved Iron in ultrapure water.
This video demonstrates how to use Taylor’s M-3000 colorimeter, and reagent pack K-8010, to test for ferrous iron (0–3.00 ppm).
Check out this video to learn more about how you can measure sulfide onsite - simply and reliably. Using the High Range Sulfide method from Hach Company will give you the results you need to avoid odor and corrosion resulting from sulfide in the water. To learn more visit: www.hach.com/fracwater.
The test will give you the reading for total, corrosive and magnetic iron. For each drain oil sample you need to perform the test twice. Once for total iron and once for corrosive iron.
Total Iron Test
AWWOA training video on how to conduct a test for chlorine residual in a treated water sample.
This video demonstrates how to use Taylor’s M-3000 colorimeter, and reagent pack K-8008, to test for silica (0–4.00 ppm).
The spectrophotometer is an instrument used to measure the effect of a sample on a beam of light. We can learn a lot about a substance by studying the way it interacts with light. In this video, we'll demonstrate how to use a spectrophotometer to perform a basic experiment: determining the absorbance spectrum of red food coloring. Included in the video is a short animation that illustrates the inner workings of a spectrophotometer. Special thanks to Joe Issa and the Gaston College Biotechnology department for helping to make this video. Practice using a virtual spec: http://www.ncbionetwork.org/educational-resources/elearning