Only about 4 % of the drinking water consumed in Germany is actually drunk or consumed with food. The remaining amount is used for showering, washing, rinsing and many other purposes.
What is good for the human body may not be good at all for installations, household appliances and heating systems. How well-tolerated the drinking water is for the individual applications depends on its composition.
In addition: the water constituents of the drinking water may also be very diverse.
In order to treat the water according to its intended use, a professional analysis is essential. We offer you the necessary tools.
JUDO offers you a wide range of water testing equipment. Our range of products includes hardness measuring instruments, nitrate test sticks, iron and chlorine measuring instruments, pH test sticks, instruments for determining the total bacteria count as well as various pocket test instruments, analysis cabinets and analysis cases.
Untreated drinking water can’t always be used as heating filling and top-up water. Planning a hot water heating system according to EN 12828 always requires an analysis of the drinking water destined for use as heating water.
Drinking water regulations usually don’t specify any limit values for water hardness. However, german VDI 2035, Sheet 1 compares the four boiler groups, which are graded according to their output in kW, with guide values for carbonate hardness. For the sake of simplicity, the guide values are based on the total hardness in mol/m³.
Every component of a heating system must comply with the properties required and be documented by the operator of the system. However, it is all too often the case that inspections are reduced to just checking the fill level. Possible damage in heating systems can be completely avoided, or at least detected at an early stage, by using simple measuring methods.