A compact digital water turbidity meter has a backlit LCD display for accurate readings and avoids the effects of natural light on readings. Our portable turbidity meters are designed to be lightweight and portable, making them ideal for field measurements in a variety of applications.
- Model: ATO-SGZ-20B
- Measurement Principle: 90° scattered light
- Measurement Range: 0-20 NTU
- Measurement Accuracy: 0.01
- Stability: ±1.5% (F.S 30min)
- Zero Drift: ±1.5% (F.S 30min)
- Repeatability (Linearity Error): ≤2%
- Value Error (Basic Error): ±8%
- The portable turbidity meter with blue backlit LCD display makes reading more comfortable.
- Digital turbidity meter measuring range 0-20 NTU, accuracy 0.1.
- High precision optical circuit system ensures correct and repeatable measurement.
- Stable circuit system and efficient long-life light source ensure the digital water turbidity meter works stably for a long time.
- The handheld turbidity meter has a low voltage indication function to remind users to replace the battery in time.
Turbidity meters are widely used in various fields for measuring and monitoring suspended particles or sediment levels in liquids. Additionally, turbidity meters are employed in industries such as food and beverage, pharmaceuticals, and wastewater treatment to ensure product quality and process control.
Tips: What units are used to measure turbidity?
Turbidity is typically measured using nephelometric turbidity units (NTU) or formazin turbidity units (FTU). Both NTU and FTU are widely used units to quantify the degree of turbidity in a liquid sample.
Nephelometric turbidity units (NTU) are commonly used in drinking water and wastewater treatment applications. The measurement is based on the scattering of light by particles suspended in the water. An instrument called a nephelometer measures the amount of light scattered at a specific angle, and the resulting measurement is expressed in NTU.
Formazin turbidity units (FTU) are often used in laboratory settings. FTU is a unit of measurement that quantifies the turbidity of a liquid sample by comparing it to a standardized suspension of formazin particles. The turbidity of the sample is determined by measuring the amount of light scattered by the suspended particles and comparing it to the scattered light from the formazin standard.
Both NTU and FTU provide a numerical value that indicates the clarity or cloudiness of a liquid sample. The higher the NTU or FTU value, the greater the turbidity or cloudiness of the sample.