Water quality changes in just a few hours  

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When the pressure and temperature change after taking a sample, many critical parameters change rapidly.

  • Cations and anions start forming insoluble scales ("crashing out")

  • Dissolved gases (such as CO2 and H2S) start off-gassing

  • Undissolved gases from the air are absorbed by the sample

  • All of these are factors cause pH to fluctuate unpredictably

  • Acid preserving the sample is often not enough

The current practice for testing water is to test for pH and alkalinity and ship preserved and unpreserved samples to a laboratory.
By the time the sample arrives at the laboratory, it is too late. Additionally, most companies are paying for two tests; one in the field, one in the lab. 
 

 
 
 

Our solution:
 10 minutes, 1 field test, 1 low price

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Time Line –  The water lens system VS Labs

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Features and Benefits

  • Safe - No toxic chemicals or acids

  • Fast & Accurate - Lab-quality results in just 10 minutes

  • Easy to use - No chemist or trained technician required

  • Saves Money - Less expensive than traditional lab analyses, eliminates sample transport costs, helps to optimize chemical additives, and reduce downtime

  • Enables real-time decisions and diagnostics in the field by providing consistent, reliable and actionable data

  • Identify problems before catastrophic fluid failures occur

  • Test 27 parameters simultaneously. Trays are configurable to meet your specific water testing needs


 

  • Acetates & Formates

  • Alkalinity

  • Barium

  • Bicarbonate

  • Boron

  • Calcium

  • Carbonate

  • Chlorides

  • Conductivity

Current parameters

  • Hydroxide

  • Iron (Total dissolved, II and III)

  • Langelier Saturation Index (LSI)

  • Larson-Skold Index

  • Magnesium

  • pH

  • Potassium

  • Resistivity

  • Skillman Index

 

  • Sodium

  • Specific Gravity

  • Stiff & Davis Stability Index (S&DSI)

  • Sulfate

  • Total Dissolved Solids (TDS)

  • Total Hardness

  • Turbidity


Under development

  • Hydrogren Sulfide (H2S)

  • Manganese

  • Nitrate/Nitrite

  • Organic Acids

  • Phosphate

  • Acid Producing Bacteria (APBs)

  • Ammonium

  • BTEX

  • Chlorine (Free and Total)

  • Carbon Dioxide (CO2)

  • Silicate

  • Strontium

  • Sulfate Reducing Bacteria (SRBs)

  • Sulfide

  • Zinc