Laboratory Testing

Drinking water has to be pure and free of contaminants so that people consuming it don’t compromise their health. The water free from all the large and small at microscopic level organisms is generally considered safe to drink. The water treatment plants working in different parts of the world try to ensure that the drinking water being supplied to people is pure from the contaminants of every type

RO solutions try to make sure that the drinking water being supplied to customers is pure and has no contaminants.

As a matter of fact, quality of bore water changes over time. With the passage of time, the protection given to the bore water becomes insignificant and the contaminants start entering the water. When people taste the water, they feel the contamination. Sometimes, the odour of the water also tells about the contamination. However, sometimes, the water remains tasteless and odourless but the contamination increases to the extent that it becomes deadly. Due to this, RO solutions performs the laboratory testing for keeping the check on contamination

The Results Do Not Necessarily Translate To Human!

Laboratory Testing Types

There are different types of tests that are conducted by RO solutions. Some of the common types of tests conducted in laboratory for checking the quality of water are

  • Chloride Test:
    The presence of chlorine is checked in the water with the help of chloride test. Although chloride is present in fresh and sea water in some quantities, sometimes its value exceeds to the alarming level


  • Nitrate And Phosphate Test
    This test is used to determine the presence of nitrate and phosphate in the water. The nitrate and phosphate are supposed as the best nutrients the plants need for better growth. If these nutrients are present in water, it indicates that the plants have a strong life.
    Despite the fact that nitrate and potassium are so important for a better growth of plants, the presence of nitrate and phosphate is becoming very dangerous because they are being added to water through artificial ways such s detergents, fertilisers etc. As a matter of fact, the nitrate and phosphate that is unwanted is harmful for health.
  • PH Testing:
    Boring sometimes makes the pH of the water a little more acidic which then becomes harmful for the stomach. Therefore, it is very important to determine the pH so that it can be ensured that the water with harmful pH is not being consumed.


  • Temperature Testing
    It seems to be very illogical to test the temperature as the temperature does not help figure out whether the water has contaminants or not. However, measuring the temperature most of the times helps determine the amount of chemical reactions taking place in the water. For example, if the temperature of the water in the test turns out to be too high, it shows that water does not have much ability to hold the oxygen molecules and therefore, water is not capable to resist the pollutants. In other words, higher temperature of the water shows that the water is safe for drinking or cooking