Hach publishes updated water analysis handbook

Oct. 14, 2002
Hach Company's 4th edition of the Water Analysis Handbook is now available free from the company. This water analysis book contains 1,260 pages of information, including 200+ step-by-step procedures, a guide to chemical analysis, and a laboratory practices guide.

Oct. 14, 2002 -- Hach Company's 4th edition of the Water Analysis Handbook is now available free from the company. This water analysis book contains 1,260 pages of information, including 200+ step-by-step procedures, a guide to chemical analysis, and a laboratory practices guide.

This edition contains procedures for the new DR/2500 Spectrophotometer, electrochemical procedures for the sensION® family of products, and titrimetric procedures for Hach's Digital Titrator.

The new Total Organic Carbon test is included and the process analysis section has been revised. Microbiological testing is now a separate section and contains instructions for the USEPA-approved m-ColiBlue® coliform test. New procedures for THMs, TPH, Atrazine, and the Test 'N Tube product line are also included.

This 9x7-inch paper back is easy to use in the field or at a desk. The in-depth information in this book makes it an important reference source for plant operators and technicians, as well as educators.

To order a copy of the Water Analysis Handbook, request literature code #WA01 from Hach Company, P.O. Box 389, Loveland, CO 80539 USA; Tel: 970-669-3050 or toll-free at 1-800-227-4224; Fax: 970-227-4224. To order online, visit www.hach.com and request literature number WA01.

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