18th November 2019


What does the DPD test measure?

A DPD test is a water test designed to test oxidizer levels such as free chlorine, total chlorine, chlorine dioxide, bromine and ozone. DPD, also known as DPD-1 and known chemically as N,N Diethyl-1,4 Phenylenediamine Sulfate.

Correspondingly, what is a fas DPD chlorine test?

The FAS-DPD test kits allows the user to measure Chlorine levels in 0.2 or 0.5 ppm increments over a wide range by adding powder DPD reagent than adding DPD Titrant drops that creates a clear endpoint color reaction when it reaches the correct chlorine level.

What is the DPD method?

DPD Method. A method of measuring the chlorine residual in water. The residual may be determined by either titrating or comparing a developed color with color standards. DPD stands for N,N-diethyl-p-phenylenediamine.
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