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  • Zeyankhan
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    Correlate the values of NTU to mg/l defined by the standard. Define a conversion factor between the NTU reading and mg/l. For example, the turbidity meter may read 15 NTU and the concentration of the standard solution to yield this response may be 5 mg/l. The conversion factor would be 1 mg/l = 3 NTU = 1 ppm based on 1 mg/l = 1 ppm. Each application may have a different conversion factor due to the varying response of the turbidity instrument based on the particulars of the application and samples.

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  • howard5
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    i am new here at this forum.your all informations are very nice and hlepfull.thankx for sharing here.

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  • SFROEL
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    GreatLY Thanks Dear Mr. Johns for the advices - but based on the related references (Manual Book of MAchine Operation) - the Water Turbidity Unit uses Pmm ...meanwhile the Turbidity Meter we use currently applies NTU.......
    Please any other advices...if any

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  • JohnS
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    Originally posted by SFROEL View Post
    Dear All bro., & sis..
    Please give me your advices ..whats is the equaivalency between water turbidity unit (i.e PPM and NTU) ..So...1 ppm equals to.......Ntu ???
    Thanks in advance
    Ppm is usually used for dissolved solids that would not affect the transparency of the water, and turbidity for suspended solids that make the water hazy or even "muddy" looking. They are really different things.

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  • SFROEL
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    Conversion from NTU to PPM

    Dear All bro., & sis..
    Please give me your advices ..whats is the equaivalency between water turbidity unit (i.e PPM and NTU) ..So...1 ppm equals to.......Ntu ???
    Thanks in advance
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