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- n. The state or condition of being filterable.
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The filterability test roughly indicates the amount of suspended solids in the water and can therefore be used in place of the standard method for the determination of the suspended solids concentration which requires a highly accurate scale, a vacuum pump and a drying furnace in an air-conditioned room.
Another characteristic of the Trim OG108 is its filterability.
- conduct simple water quality tests (turbidity, filterability, settleable solids) - monitoring the treatment plant (keeping of logbook) maintenance work
- place a filter paper No. 595 (Schleicher and Schll) or any other filter paper with a medium filterability on the filter support and press it slightly to the porous disk to avoid air pockets below the filter paper
- determination of the filterability by means of a filter paper