Article | March 4, 2020

How pH Standards Impact The Accuracy Of Water Quality Measurements

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When it comes to pH measurement in water and wastewater treatment, there are two focal points for the word ‘standard’ — one is a compliance-related state or federal water quality specification; the other is a specific fluid used as a calibration reference point to ensure pH instrumentation accuracy. Here is why both are important and how they affect the best pH measurement outcomes in both areas.


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