Spray water quality
Published: 9 Apr 2019
Water quality for spraying operations
- Poor water quality can adversely affect many products. Always consult product labels and the manufacturer’s technical information about water quality requirements.
- Water testing should be done on a regular basis when using bore water, water from streams and rivers, reticulated (piped) water sourced from ground water, and water stored in unlined dams or concrete tanks.
- Water tests should analyse the following to be useful: pH, total hardness (including a measure of bi-carbonate levels) and total dissolved salts (TDS) or salinity (electrical conductivity).
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