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21/08/2013 - NEWSLETTER / AUG 2013 / VOL. 9

Marine Potable Water Test Kit


The problem

Potable water is used in various ways on board ships, including direct human consumption, food preparation and sanitation/hygiene activities. Regular monitoring is necessary to ensure safe water quality is maintained at each step in the water transfer chain.

The maintenance, testing and recording of the quality of drinking water should be maintained in compliance with MLC 2006, which came into force on 20 Aug. 2013.


The solution

CHEMO offers the MARINE POTABLE WATER TEST KIT, an easy, safe, accurate and affordable method for potable water analysis by the crew.

For testing the water quality, whether supplied to the port or produced on board.

• Ensures compliance to WHO Guidelines, EU Directive 98/99/EC, ILO 178 (2009), MLC 2006

• Precise measurements of pH level, Free/Total Chlorine, Total/E. Coli. HPC & Enterobacteria

• No need for calibration, no buffer solutions

• Complements routine water quality measurements

• Easy and safe to use

• Includes instruction manual and video for crew’s training

 

 

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