It’s not just about your drinking water anymore. No, safety is important when it comes to water in all walks of life: from industrial, commercial, medical, and even lab uses. This is why many individuals and businesses are implementing water quality kits as a way to ensure that their water is at its safest. Today we will discuss water quality and why water quality indicators may be best for you.
Why Safe Water is Best
Did you know that, every day, about 2 million tons of sewage and industrial wastes are discharged into the world’s water? Think of the effect that this has on humans worldwide. In fact, unsafe water and sanitation is the cause of up to 3.1% of all deaths that happen across the world. In many countries, there is a huge lack of sanitation, which leads to the water becoming contaminated quite easily. About 2.5 billion people across the world now live without proper sanitation, and over 70% of these people live in Asia.
Water Conductivity Measurements
Because we find more and more places where the water is unsafe to drink due to contamination, water conductivity measurements are extremely vital to specific areas and changing the way we look at our water. A water conductivity monitor will show how able water is to conduct electricity. In doing so, we can determine if water is right for humans and the life inside our waters. It takes a close look at the salinity to determine if specific aquatic life is able to live and thrive in certain underwater communities. Research has shown us that Ultrapure water is not a good electrical conductor. Restivity and conductivity go hand and hand but are very different processes. Restivity is a measurement that is used for high purity water applications, and conductivity is used for the entire spectrum of water quality monitoring as a whole.
Water testing kits are the best way to find out more about the water in a specific area and the effect it has on wildlife as well as your family and loved ones. This is why water conductivity is so essential and beneficial.
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