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Chemical Analysis

The Regen Waters Laboratory is SANAS accredited with international standards of laboratory methods.  We do organic and inorganic analysis in our chemical department.

With our highly experienced and qualified team, we have some of the latest technologies and equipment for example, the ICP-MS, GC-MS and Discrete Analyzers, to deliver the best services.  The  laboratory uses a specialized, purpose built LIMS (Laboratory Information Management System) that ensures full traceability and data integrity throughout the entire process.

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We can test the following:

  • Free chlorine

  • Monochloramine

  • Conductivity

  • Total dissolved solids

  • Turbidity

  • pH

  • Nitrate

  • Nitrite

  • Sulphate as SO4

  • Fluoride as F

  • Ammonia as N

  • Chloride as Cl

  • Total chromium as Cr

  • Sodium as Na

  • Zinc as Zn

  • Antimony as Sb

  • Arsenic as As

  • Cadmium as Cd

  • Cobalt as Co

  • Copper as Cu

  • Cyanide as Cn

  • Iron as Fe

  • Lead as Pb

  • Manganese as Mn

  • Mercury as Hg

  • Nickel as Ni

  • Selenium as Se

  • Uranium as U

  • Vanadium as V

  • Aluminium as Al

  • Total organic carbon as C

  • Phenols

  • Trihalomethanes

  • Microcystin



These instruments are used for metal analysis. Because of the mass spectrometer detector the ICP/MS is a very sensitive instrument that can detect very low concentrations which makes it ideal for rare metal analysis.



This instrument is used for organic analysis.

Discrete analyser

Discrete analyser

This instrument are used for nutrient analysis.

TOC/DOC analyser

TOC/DOC analyser

Dissolved organic carbon (DOC) is defined as the organic matter that is able to pass through a filter (filters generally range in size between 0.7 and 0.22 um). Total organic carbon (TOC) is the amount of carbon bound in an organic compound and is often used as a non-specific indicator of water quality or cleanliness of pharmaceutical manufacturing equipment.

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