The eXact LEADQuick Photometer Chosen for AWWA ACE10 New Product Technology Showcase
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Industrial Test Systems, Inc.
1875 Langston St.
Rock Hill, SC, 29730
Press release date: June 11, 2010
New user-friendly photometer features innovative convenience
The eXact® LEADQuick(TM) photometer was chosen by the American Water Works Association (AWWA) to be featured at the 2010 Annual Conference & Exposition (ACE) New Product Technology Showcase. Only six of the newest and most innovative products servicing the water industry were picked and featured in this exclusive exhibit area. The eXact® LEADQuick(TM) photometer uses a modified method that detects low levels of Lead in potable water. The 3-minute procedure is ideal for determining the lead levels for EPA's MCL (Maximum Containment Level) of 15 µg/L in water.
This patented photometer system is ideal for service professionals and is a waterproof meter (IP-67) that fits comfortably in your hand. The built in sampling cell and auto timer provides convenience for the operator. The eXact LEADQuick provides accurate results with 1 µg/L resolution and a range of 0 to 500 µg/L.
For more information about the eXact® LEADQuick(TM) photometer, visit the AWWA ACE10 New Product Technology Showcase or visit our booth (#1959) for a demonstration. For additional information, contact Industrial Test Systems, Inc. at 1-800-861-9712, 1-803-329-9712, or on the web at www.sensafe.com .
About Industrial Test Systems, Inc.:
Industrial Test Systems, Inc., (ITS) established in 1989, is a leading manufacturer of instruments and chemistries designed to test water quality parameters. ITS services industries such as municipal water treatment, food & beverage, trucking & automotive, pond & aquarium, pool & spa, educational, and medical diagnostics. ITS developed over 70 tests and proprietary chemistries many covered by our U.S. Patents and ETV/USEPA performance verified tests. ITS developed the first and only USEPA approved test strip.