The services provided by Paya Hamsan Technology Co. are as follows:
Note: Before sending the sample, please contact us for information on the sampling conditions, the required sample volume, the material of the container used, the environmental conditions of the sample storage, and the maximum delivery time of the sample to the laboratory.
1- Measuring the chemical and physical parameters of water based on up-to-date methods (ASTM, Standard Method, etc.). The details are described in the table below.
|Alkalinity||CO32-||ppm as CaCO3||Total Hardness||Ca2+||ppm as CaCO3|
|HCO3–||ppm as CaCo3||Mg2+||ppm as CaCO3|
|Acidity||ppm as CaCO3||Na+ *||ppm|
|NO2–||ppm||TOC (Total Organic Carbon) *||ppm|
|F–||ppm||TDS (Total Dissolved Solid)||ppm|
|Cl–||ppm||TSS (Total Suspended Solid)||ppm|
|Cl2||ppm||TBC (Total Bacteria Count) *||Count/ml|
|Total Hardness||Ca2+||ppm as CaCO3|
|Mg2+||ppm as CaCO3|
|TOC (Total Organic Carbon) *||ppm|
|TDS (Total Dissolved Solid)||ppm|
|TSS (Total Suspended Solid)||ppm|
|TBC (Total Bacteria Count) *||Count/ml|
|Alkalinity||CO32-||ppm as CaCO3|
|HCO3–||ppm as CaCo3|
|Acidity||ppm as CaCO3|
2- Measuring the amount of water in solid and liquid samples using the Karl Fischer volumetric titration method.
Karl Fischer titration is a method for measuring the amount of water in solid, liquid and gas samples. The methods used to perform Karl Fischer titration are volumetric and coulometric. In the volumetric method, iodine will be added volumetrically to the titration cell containing the sample, but in the coulometric method, the iodide is oxidized in a platinum electrode and the resulting iodine reacts with water. Currently, the quality control laboratory of Paya Hamsan Technology Company is ready to provide services for measuring the amount of water in solid and liquid samples using the Karl Fischer volumetric titration method.
3- Quantitative and qualitative analysis using Gas Chromatography method (GC)
GC analysis or Gas Chromatography is a common type of chromatography used to separate and analyze compounds that can be vaporized without decomposition. GC analysis is also used to prepare pure compounds from mixtures. Typical applications of GC analysis include testing the purity of a particular substance or separating the various components of a mixture. In some situations, GC may help identify a compound. Currently, the quality control laboratory of Paya Hamsan Technology Co. is ready to provide quantitative and qualitative analysis using GC method.