Cyanide is a pollutant that originates mostly from metallurgical and galvanic industrial plants and is extremely poisonous to the human nervous system. It is therefore imperative to monitor and control its level in potable water. Continuous monitoring in waste effluents is required, and cyanide is removed using alkaline chlorination procedures. European standards limit the concentration of cyanide in drinking water to 0.05 mg/L, while the USEPA has established that the maximum level is not to exceed 0.2 mg/L.
This instrument is an ideal replacement to test kits, and will provide fast and accurate measurements at the touch of a button. Reagents are supplied in individual sachets containing fast dissolve powder for ease of use.Product Code: EN15-856