Drinking Water Testing
1, 4-dioxane is a compound that has become known as an emerging contaminant which may cause negative health effects in humans. Since the main source of 1,4-dioxane is currently cosmetic products, it is no surprise that it can be found in both drinking water and ground water tables.
This application note is compliant with the US EPA Method 522.
Diquat and paraquat are some of the most widely used and commercially available herbicides in the world. the penetration of invasive plants and increase crop yield. While these compounds have proven to be effective in herbicides, they also have been proven to be toxic to humans upon exposure.
This application note is compliant with the US EPA Method 549.2.
Drinking water is a significant source of environmental exposure, especially for small children. Countries around the world have put regulations in place to monitor drinking water quality for a wide range of hazardous compounds.
Methods such as SL 392-2007 in China, the EN methods in Europe and US methods such as method 525.2 cover a large suite of analytes of concern.
Pre-assembled into disposable holders and used for extracting semi-volatile organic compounds from aqueous matrices. Designed for single-use extractions with maximum speed and convenience in mind.
If you’re a laboratory that’s processing drinking water samples using solid phase extraction, you’ve inevitably gotten to the step in your procedure where you’ve eluted your analytes from your SPE media and you find yourself saying “How do I dry my extracts?”
How to streamline analysis, meet regulations and achieve laboratory compliance with solid-phase extraction.
Automated sample preparation reduces errors, improves method robustness and frees up laboratory personnel for other tasks.
Biotage evaporation systems are designed for fast solvent evaporation and minimizing sample transfer.
The full range of SPE columns and disks packed with polymeric and silica based media.