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Water Requirements



2002

Hi All,

We are doing some work that goes into a nuclear reactor. The water that we use must meet some pretty strict standards. There is a requirement for a maximum of 50 micro-grams/liter of Sodium and Chloride. I have talked to several labs and can not seem to find one that can detect that low. Does anyone know of a lab that can perform this testing and supply certifications? Thanks very much in advance for your help.

Rick Richardson, MSF
Dayton, Ohio


2002

Although these change from lab to lab, my EPA methods cd lists mdl's of .02 mg/L for Cl and .029 for Na.

James Totter
James Totter, CEF
- Tallahassee, Florida

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