Manganese in drinking water

Manganese in drinking water

Manganese (Mn) is an element that can impart undesirable taste and odour in drinking water. Mn also contributes to discoloured water that may result in dirty or stained clothes during washing.

To ensure that the drinking water fulfils desired target, having the online analyser is essential.

The method of choice is colorimetric analysis.

Metrohm’s online analyser ICON does it:

Typical analysis range: 0.01 – 1 mg/L

Analysis time: 10 min per sample stream

Accuracy: ± 5 % from measured value or 0.003 mg/L.

Repeatability: ± 5 % from measured value or 0.003 mg/L

Detection Limit: 0.006 mg/L

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