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Guide to Environmental Water Quality Testing

One of the most vital resources to our planet is water. It is essential that we monitor water quality in the environment so that we can detect changes and take action as needed. This post will discuss key water quality measurements and how to calibrate in the field for the best results.

The Value of Aquaculture

Did you know that there are more than 70 aquaculture farms in Rhode Island? Aquaculture is the fastest growing segment of agriculture and is playing an important role in food production. In this article, we will discuss aquaculture and take a special look at a local aqua-farmer.

Hanna Instruments’ Top 10 Products of 2016

From beer brewers to environmentalists and educators, our top 10 products of 2016 list has something for every Hanna customer.

Upgrade Your Water Quality Meter

Professional quality meters, process controllers, and electrodes for testing drinking water and wastewater.

Why Sanitation Control is a Must Have for Greenhouses

Sanitation Control Systems automate the process of disinfecting irrigation systems and grow media which results in better plant health and lower labor costs.

Top 9 Water Analysis Meters, Titrators, and Checkers

Top 9 instruments for testing pH, ORP, conductivity (EC), dissolved oxygen (DO), turbidity, ammonium, chloride, nitrate, and temperature in water.

Top 10 Mistakes in pH Measurement

Proper technique in pH measurement is not always put into practice. Learn about the top 10 pH mistakes our experts see, and find out what to do instead!

Hanna Instruments’ Top 10 Trending Products for 2015

Here's our first top 10 list of trending products for 2015. From Bluetooth electrodes to smartphone apps, find out which products scored big in 2015.

Measuring pH in Stormwater from Construction Sites

Pollutant and nutrient-rich stormwater ultimately drains into sewers, where it continues to a wastewater plant for treatment or into a natural body of water.

Using ORP to Monitor Vegetable Wash Bath Disinfection

As a perishable commodity, a variety of factors can reduce the yield of crops after harvest including heat, mechanical damage, and microbial spoilage.

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