|Contexte de l'analyse||Some good reasons to perform the analysis of the water that feeds your heating or your hot water tank - You replace your boiler or your hot water tank prematurely - Your installation corrodes or even pierces - You observe a bluish spot at the bottom of a sink - You notice significant sludge in your heating installation|
|Liste des analyses réalisées||pH, TA-TAC (carbonates, bicarbonates), pH at equilibrium TA-TAC at equilibrium, Total hardness (TH), conductivity, chlorides, sulfates, Larson index, Leroy index, iron, suspended solids ( MY).|
The analysis makes it possible to know the aggressive and corrosive nature of the water. Aggressive water corrodes materials and facilitates degradation or even piercing of metallic elements.
pH : Used to control the acidity or alkalinity of a water. A low pH (acidic) may cause degradation of the metallic elements. A high (basic) pH promotes lime deposition
Conductivity : Information on the mineralization of water, the higher the value the more the water is loaded with mineral salts.
Alkalimetric Title - Complete Alkalimetric Title (TA-TAC) : Translate the carbonate alkalinity of a water.
Equilibrium pH and TAC : Indicate the pH and TAC value so that the water is neither aggressive nor encrusting (chemically neutral water)
Total hardness (TH or hydrotimetric title) : Corresponds to the presence of calcium and magnesium in water. High hardness promotes scaling, low hardness promotes corrosion.
Chlorides : A high concentration of chlorides promotes corrosion of metal installations
Sulfates : A concentration higher than 300 mg / l accelerates the corrosion phenomena of metallic installations
Iron : A significant presence in water can come from the degradation of metallic elements. The red coloration shows a high concentration of iron
Suspended matter : Used to assess the sludge rate of the installation
Larson and Leroy indices : These indices make it possible to estimate a correctness compared to non-ferrous materials
Composition of the kit:
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