Water Testing of Closed System Water.
It is important to test your closed system regularly, especially for chemical reserves, Feedwater offer a range of Chemistry and Microbial tests performed by our in-house Micro and Chemistry labs. We can also provide test kits for you to test your own closed system water for inhibitor reserves and other parameters.
Chemical & Water Chemistry Testing of Closed Systems
Feedwater offer a complete closed system chemistry analysis which covers:
- M. Alkalinity
- Glycol (if type known)
(Ammonia by request)
The analysis can help you to identify what inhibitor you are using, what the levels are and the condition of the system.
You can also test for yourself using our comparator kits or dropper titrants, to perform the whole range of test advised for a closed system please see our test kit category in our web shop.
Closed System Micro Analysis
If untreated closed loop systems can become a breeding ground for a range of troublesome microbes such as pseudomonas, nitrifying and sulphate reducing bacteria.
They can cause fouling, destroy closed loop inhibitors and cause MIC (microbially induced corrosion).
If you suspect you have had inadequate biocidial control in your system you may wish to test for these microbes. Fortunately Feedwater offer these analysis as a service readily ordered from our web shop as a sample kit sent to you with pre-paid return to our micro laboratory.
- Each unit includes one bottle for one sample
- Royal Mail Special Delivery return packet to make the results UKAS approved. (To drop off at Post Office)
- Water Testing covers Pseudomonas aeruginosa
- Expert Advice & Interpretation available at no additional cost
- Simply fill the bottle, return and wait for results
We require a full 250ml sample to be able to perform this test. Refunds will not be offered where minimum sample requirements are not met.
Feedwater can test for a variety of chemical and microbial parameters, visit our laboratory analysis page to see the full list of what we can test for. Our Micro Lab is UKAS accredited for Legionella & other micro analysis.