Turbidity in borehole water




≤ 1

≤ 5

What is the Turbidity in borehole water?

  • The amount of small suspended solids particles that is present in the borehole water.
  • It is measured by the amount of scattering and absorption of light rays caused by these particles.
  • Turbidity blocks the light rays and makes the water see through.
  • Turbidity is measured in nephelometric turbidity units (NTU).
  • Drinking water should not exceed 0.5 NTU.



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