Aquadoc Analytics Water Analysis - Analytical Services

By: Aquadoc  11-11-2011
Keywords: Microbiological Analyses


Analytical Services

We offer a variety of chemical and microbiological analyses on water, wastewater, swimming pools and industrial effluent. We specialise in the following analytical services, but are by no means limited to these specifics and could cater for other inorganic, organic and microbiological determinads as well. We can also assist with consultation work concerning these at a fee prearranged with the client.

Microbiological Chemical
Heterotrophic plate count Inorganic carbon (IC) *
Total Coliforms Total Carbon (TC)*
Faecal Coliforms Dissolved organic carbon (DOC)*
Giardia Total organic carbon (TOC)*
Cryptosporidium Total organohalogen potential (TOHp)
Coliphages * The above can be in fresh, as well as sea water
E.coli Oil, grease and fats
Clostridia Detergents
Ascaris Various other inorganic compounds
Sulphate reducing bacteria and other bio-corrosion bacteria  

Keywords: Microbiological Analyses

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