Chlorine is heavily used for disinfection and different applications treat at different levels. (1mg/l is comparable to 1ppm)
Drinking water is treated at around 0.1 – 0.5ppm (Utility companies can temporarily increase this if local works are going on)
Cooling water systems are treated around 0.5 – 1ppm
Swimming pools are treated up to 3ppm
The disinfection of water storage tanks and down services is around the 50+ppm mark

Showing all 6 results

Chlorine HR 0-250mg/l (ppm) Comparator Kit

£75.00 exc. VAT

This product is suitable for testing chlorine at high levels up to 250ppm. (mg/l and ppm are the same)

This kit is most appropriate when performing a chlorine disinfection at high levels

Order spare comparitor tests – 250 total

If you are testing drinking water typical levels should be below 0.5ppm, this may have increased if the utilities are carrying out works nearby.

Swimming Pools typical treat at around 3ppm.

For lower level chlorine testing please see the 0-5ppm and 0-50ppm comparator kits.

1mg/l is equal to 1ppm as the terms are interchangeable.

Further product details are below.

Chlorine LR 0-5mg/l Comparator Kit

£75.00 exc. VAT

This product is suitable for testing chlorine at low levels of 5ppm and under.

If you are testing drinking water typical levels should be below 0.5ppm, this may have increased if the utilities are carrying out works nearby.

Swimming Pools typical treat up to 3ppm.

If you suspect the chlorine levels are higher, for example if you are performing a tank disinfection please see the 0-50ppm or 250ppm comparator kits.

1mg/l is equal to 1ppm as the terms are interchangeable.

Further product details are below.

Chlorine HR 0-50mg/l (ppm) Comparator Kit

£75.00 exc. VAT

This product is suitable for testing chlorine at high levels up to 50ppm. (mg/l and ppm are the same)

This kit is most appropriate when performing a chlorine disinfection. If you are treating at higher levels the 250ppm comparator kit is more appropriate.

Order spare comparitor tests – 250 total

If you are testing drinking water typical levels should be below 0.5ppm, this may have increased if the utilities are carrying out works nearby.

Swimming Pools typical treat at up to 3ppm.

For low level chlorine testing please see the 0-5ppm comparator kit.

1mg/l is equal to 1ppm as the terms are interchangeable.

Further product details are below.