Current Fapas Water and Environmental (Leap) Programme - Page 5

Fapas Water and Environmental Drinking Water Chemistry Mainly real drinking water samples for the analysis of inorganics, metals and organics. Analyte Groups Analytes Water Type Concentration Ranges (approx, after dilution) Volume Supplied (approx) 1 Major Inorganic Components sodium potassium chloride calcium magnesium alkalinity total hardness total phosphorus fluoride sulphate Real drinking water 5.0 – 50 mg/l 0.3 – 3.0 mg/l 6.0 – 50 mg/l 10 – 150 mg/l 1.0 – 15 mg/l 30 – 300 mg HCO3/l 30 – 130 mg Ca/l 100 – 3000 µg P/l 150 – 1800 µg/l 8.0 – 100 mg/l nitrite nitrate ammonium TOC PI colour (filtered) SR phosphate pH turbidity 0 conductivity @ 20 C Real drinking water 0.02 – 0.6 mg NO2/l 2.0 – 60 mg NO3/l 0.1 – 0.6 mg NH4/l 0.2 – 5.0 mg/l 0.2 – 5.0 mg/l 0.2 – 20 HAZEN 10 – 1500 µg P/l 6.0 – 10.0 pH units 0.05 – 4.0 NTU 0 100 – 600 µS/cm @ 20 C cadmium lead iron manganese aluminium copper zinc nickel chromium Real drinking water 0.5 – 7.0 µg/l 1.0 – 20 µg/l 20 – 400 µg/l 10 – 75 µg/l 20 – 300 µg/l 50 – 2000 µg/l 50 – 500 µg/l 5.0 – 30 µg/l 5.0 – 50 µg/l 1 litre 2 Routine Components 3 Routine Metals 5 500 ml