Turbidity Meter

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A turbidity meter is an lab instrument used mainly to measure the turbidity of a liquid. Turbidity, a optical property, can be defined as the haziness of a liquid caused by minute suspended particles. The suspended matters or colloidal material, or both obstruct the passing of light and cause the liquid to lose transparency and become hazy or cloudy.

Modern Turbidity Meters are digital devices operated by computing technology that takes an "optical" measurement off of, or inside of, a pipe carrying the product and are used more often as these process helps the system became more automated, and yield accurate results. The Bench Turbidity Meter and the Portable Turbidity Meter are two of the most.