Water Analysis Services

Water quality describes the condition of water, including chemical, physical and biological characteristics, usually with respect to its suitability for drinking, irrigation, bathing, and effluent purposes.

Safe water should contain no chemical or radioactive substances, be free from disease-causing organisms and be stable in terms of corrosion or scaling.

Analysis is conducted using various accredited techniques such as: Photometric, Electrometric, Colorimetric, Gravimetric, ICP-OES and ICP-MS and Enzyme Substrates.

New analysis offering - AdBlue:

As the automotive industry strives towards greener and more sustainable practices,the role of AdBlue becomes increasingly integral in the battle against harmful emissions. AdBlue testing emerges as a crucial component in ensuring the efficacy of this solution. WearCheck’s new AdBlue test helps vehicle operators to safeguard their assets, promotes environmental responsibility, and helps control emissions.

We conduct water analysis across the following industries.
Hospitality & Lifestyle
Industry & Manufacturing
Irrigation & Agriculture
Food & Beverage
Tests and analysis offered include:
  • Adblue analysis
  • Surface water quality testing and analysis
  • Groundwater quality analysis
  • Drinking water analysis
  • Waste water analysis
  • Inorganic analysis – major cations/anions
  • Physicol chemical analysis
  • Organic analysis
  • Microbiological analysis
  • Borehole water quality 
  • Heavy Metal scan
  • Hydrocarbon analysis
  • Environmental health analysis
  • Coolant analysis and testing
  • Water-based products analysis and testing
Why should you get your water tested?
  • Increased demand for water results in a higher possibility of contamination
  • Identify water treatment equipment required
  • Identify what your water is suitable for
  • Identify poor water taste and odour 
What is Adblue:

AdBlue, also known as Diesel Exhaust Fluid (DEF), is a colourless solution comprising urea and deionised water. It is injected into the exhaust stream of diesel engines equipped with Selective Catalytic Reduction (SCR) technology. When AdBlue is heated, it releases ammonia, which reacts with NOx emissions in the exhaust, converting them into harmless nitrogen and water vapor. This process is crucial for meeting stringent emissions standards and reducing the environmental impact of diesel engines.

Why test it?:

  • it contributes to the reduction of the environmental footprint
  • it contributes to optimal engine performance and longevity
  • it helps fleet operations to comply with regulatory requirements
  • it enhances overall fuel efficiency by optimising the combustion process
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Contact Details:
WearCheck Water
JHB: +27 11 923 7000
CT: +27 21 111 0056
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