Metals Water Analysis

METALS WATER ANALYSIS

Expert analysis, interpretation of water chemistry and help with system performance.

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B&V Chemicals have decades of experience in chemical supply and water chemistry and use Metal Water Analysis to help you understand and interpret what may be happening within your water system.

Investigation support areas include:

  • Metals analysis of water
  • Likely impact on fatigue, brittleness and fracture
  • Corrosion processes and stress corrosion
  • Chemical attack and environmental stress
  • Wear, abrasion and cavitation erosion

Applications we are routinely asked about:

  • Closed systems
  • Critical systems
  • Steam boilers
  • Domestic Hot / Cold / Chiller systems
  • Industrial sites
  • Food & Beverage manufacturing and processing
  • Petrochemical operating
  • Hotel & Leisure applications
  • Sports stadia
  • Environmental responsibility and discharge compliance

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Drinking and Potable Water Analysis includes

Lead (Pb), Boron )B), Chromium (Cr), Mercury (Hg), Arsenic (As), Cadmium (Cd), Copper (Cu), Antimony (Sb), Nickel (Ni), Selenium (Se), Aluminium (Al), Manganese (Mn), Iron (Fe), Sodium (Na).

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Wastewater Metals Analysis

We help industries with heavy water adhere to strict limits on what is discharged within their effluent including metal content. Our Metals Water Analysis typically includes metals that are picked up by leachate including but not limited to; Barium, Lead, Copper, Molybdenum, Antimony, Selenium, Zinc, Chromium, Mercury, Arsenic and Cadmium.

Image of plastic pipes on blue backgroundContinuous Closed System Monitoring

Continuous Closed System Monitoring

This information and risk management tool will help you correct problematic systems.

What it does:

  • Corrosion detection Analysis of water characteristics
  • Continually monitors system integrity
  • Monitors system performance
  • Helps you manage critical systems and demonstrate system integrity
  • Extends the service life and reliability of critical systems
  • Supports BG29/2012 and BG50/2013 compliance