Water Testing for Metals (Including Heavy)

It is common practice to test water for metals, this could be for drinking water reasons, limits on the levels prohibited in waste water or to establish the scale potential of the water. To make the provision of these types of water tests simple, Feedwater has created a number of metals analysis packs which include the sample kit and freepost return to our chemistry laboratory for analysis.

Landlord Legionella Forum

With such demand to know more about legionella risk assessments on let properties; Feedwater made the effort to go down and represent at the Wirral landlord forum at the Village hotel, Bromborough on the 14th of May. The event was well attended and set up to be an education affair for landlord from around the…

m3/h to l/s Calculator

Use our Calculator to convert litres per second into metres cubed an hour and vice versa Please wait a few seconds for the calculator to load [CP_CALCULATED_FIELDS id=”6″] The conversion calculations used are as follows: 1 m3/h = 0.277778 L/s; 1 L/s = 3.6 m3/h Conversion table 1 m3/h =  0.277778 L/s 2 m3/h =  0.555556 L/s 3 m3/h =  0.833333 L/s 4 m3/h =  1.111111 L/s 5 m3/h =  1.388889 L/s 6 m3/h…

m3/h to l/s Calculator

Use our Calculator to convert litres per second into metres cubed an hour and vice versa Please wait a few seconds for the calculator to load [CP_CALCULATED_FIELDS id=”6″] The conversion calculations used are as follows: 1 m3/h = 0.277778 L/s; 1 L/s = 3.6 m3/h Conversion table 1 m3/h =  0.277778 L/s 2 m3/h =  0.555556 L/s 3 m3/h =  0.833333 L/s 4 m3/h =  1.111111 L/s 5 m3/h =  1.388889 L/s 6 m3/h…