Hach Chemical Oxygen Demand (COD) TNTplus Vial Tests

Recommended COD test for wastewater effluent. For determination of Chemical Oxygen Demand (COD) by the Reactor Digestion Method. 

Features

  • Easy and safe handling
  • No reagent blank necessary
  • Automatic method detection
$83.85
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Recommended COD test for wastewater effluent.

The Chemical Oxygen Demand analysis provides important information for the water treatment process and is essential to calculate the BOD COD ratio in wastewater. Due to this, the COD is one of the most frequently analyzed wastewater parameters globally.

Why should you use Hach TNTplus COD tests? Hach TNTplus COD vial test reagents are incredibly simple to use and cut down significantly on waste generation compared to other COD test kits.

TNT820 is based on Hach Method 10211 for virtually any type of water sample. Hach TNTplus COD vial tests are available in multiple ranges.

TNT820 provides a result in the Ultra Low Range of 1 - 60 mg/L COD and is often used for Chemical Oxygen Demand measurement in wastewater effluent.

Hach TNT820 does not require a separate blanking vial for further waste reduction and is compatible with our ezCOD Waste Recycling Service for further peace of mind.

Method:

For determination of Chemical Oxygen Demand (COD) by the Reactor Digestion Method.

Simply pipette in sample, digest, and read in your Hach Spectrophotometer. 25 tests per box.

Recommended instruments: DR3900 DR6000 DRB200.

  • Digestion Required: Yes
  • EPA compliant: N/A
  • Instrument: DR3900, DR6000, DR1900, DR2800, DR3800, DR5000
  • Method: 10211
  • Method Name: Reactor Digestion
  • Number of tests: 25
  • Parameter: COD (Chemical Oxygen Demand)
  • PlatformTNT plus™
  • Range: 1 - 60 mg/L COD
  • Shelf Life: 12 months from production date
  • Truecal: Yes
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