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The Turbidimeter category includes a range of products that are specifically designed to measure and analyze turbidity levels in various applications. Turbidity refers to the cloudiness or haziness of a liquid caused by the presence of suspended particles, such as sediment or organic matter. Measuring turbidity is important in industries such as water treatment, environmental monitoring, and scientific research, as it provides valuable information about the quality and clarity of liquids.

One of the key products in this category is the Gilson MA-15 Wagner Turbidimeter, which offers precise and reliable turbidity measurements. With its advanced technology and user-friendly interface, this turbidimeter is suitable for both laboratory and field applications. The Portable Turbidity Meter Kit is another popular product, providing a complete solution for on-the-go turbidity testing.

To ensure accurate and traceable results, calibration standards are essential. This category offers a range of NTU (Nephelometric Turbidity Units) Calibration Standards, including 0 NTU, 1 NTU, 10 NTU, and 100 NTU standards for use with portable turbidity meters. These standards allow users to calibrate their instruments to known turbidity levels and maintain consistent and reliable measurements.

In addition to turbidity measurement devices, the Turbidimeter category also includes related products such as NIST (National Institute of Standards and Technology) Portland Cement Fineness Standards. These standards are used to assess the degree of fineness of cement powders, ensuring compliance with industry standards and specifications.

For applications that require containment or control of turbidity, Turbidity Barriers are available in various configurations. Contractor Grade and Type 1 and Type 2 turbidity barriers provide effective means of containing sediment and particles, ensuring compliance with environmental regulations during construction or dredging projects.

Nessler cylinders, made of high-quality borosilicate glass, are also included in this category. These precision cylindrical vessels are used for measuring and comparing turbidity levels visually, enabling qualitative assessments of turbidity.

In addition, the category presents the Hanna HI38000 Sulfate Test Kit and the HI3817BP Backpack Lab Water Quality Educational Test Kit, which can be essential tools for water quality testing, including turbidity measurement among their array of functionalities.

Overall, the Turbidimeter category offers a comprehensive range of products suitable for researchers, scientists, environmental professionals, and individuals involved in water treatment and quality control. Whether it's for measuring turbidity levels or calibrating turbidity instruments, these products provide accurate and reliable solutions to ensure the clarity and purity of liquids, allowing for informed decision-making and compliance with industry standards.

Get precise and reliable measurements with our cutting-edge range of turbidimeters, designed to deliver unrivaled performance, streamline your testing processes, and ensure impeccable quality control. 

Measuring turbidity is essential for materials testing, environmental monitoring, and quality control. No matter what field you work in, our tools are designed to meet your needs and exceed your expectations.

With our high-quality tech, you can accurately read the turbidity measurement with confidence and efficiency, ensuring compliance with regulations and optimizing your testing processes. Discover the perfect turbidimeter for your needs by browsing our collection below, or keep reading to learn more.

Why You Need Accurate Turbidity Measurement

Accurate turbidity measurement plays a pivotal role in maintaining optimal water quality and ensuring precise data analysis. In cement tests, turbidity measurements are essential to assess the quality and consistency of cement suspensions

Turbidity refers to the presence of particles suspended in a liquid sample, which can have significant implications for various jobs. Turbidimeters work by measuring the light reflected in a sample, judging the intensity of light that is scattered or absorbed by the particles.

By accurately quantifying the turbidity levels, you can gain valuable insights into the water quality and purity. Then, armed with this information, researchers and engineers can make informed decisions about concrete mixtures and formulations. Measuring turbidity allows you to monitor and control the suspended particles to make more informed decisions.

Accurate turbidity measurement is critical for numerous industries, including water treatment, environmental monitoring, and research. Accuracy is vital, so you need a turbidimeter that can provide you with precise results. 

Choose our high-quality turbidimeters to ensure accurate and consistent turbidity measurement and ensure quality assurance.

Key Features of Our Turbidimeters

Our turbidimeters are meticulously designed to provide the most reliable measurements, providing you with precise and actionable data for your turbidity analysis. Whether you require laboratory turbidimeters or portable turbidimeters for on-the-go measurements, we offer a range of high-quality instruments that will meet your demands.

Our turbidimeters are produced by the renowned Gilson Company, with a range of options to suit different jobs. The Wagner Turbidimeter is specifically designed for the ASTM and AASHTO requirements in cement testing, while the Portable Turbidity Meter Kit is best suited to field use.

Browse the full collection below or read more to find out about our advanced sensor technology, wide measurement ranges, automated calibration, and more.

Advanced Sensor Technology

With advanced sensor technology, our turbidimeters ensure precise and reliable testing. Whether you’re testing low-level drinking water, mid-range industrial fluids, or high-range samples in the environmental sphere, our turbidimeters provide you with detailed insights about the quality of your samples.

The sensitivity levels mean that you can detect even the slightest variations, making our products perfect for monitoring turbidity closely. The sensors are designed to accommodate a broad spectrum of turbidity levels, making them useful for a variety of jobs.

Additionally, the advanced sensor technology minimizes interference from color and other factors, enabling accurate measurements even in challenging sample conditions. 

Wide Measurement Range

When it comes to turbidity measurement, having a wide range is essential. Our turbidimeters have exceptional versatility, allowing you to accurately measure turbidity across a broad spectrum of concentrations, from low-range to high-level samples.

Our instruments have sensitive detection capabilities. This is crucial in environmental testing and cement industries, where small differences in turbidity can make a big difference to your job. This applies whether you’re working in low-range conditions like monitoring drinking water or high-range scenarios like construction sites.

Choose our turbidimeters to benefit from their wide measurement range, so you can use turbidimeters no matter what you need them for.


Turbidity meters, particularly portable ones that are used in the field, need to withstand demanding conditions. Designed with robustness in mind, our turbidimeters are engineered to deliver reliable performance no matter where you are.

With high-quality materials and robust components, our products can withstand rough handling, vibrations, and other potential hazards. For example, the Portable Turbidimeter Kit is waterproof to IP67, ensuring safety in wet conditions. 

Durability is crucial, but so is accuracy. Our turbidimeters will remain in tact and protected without sacrificing accuracy, thanks to their easy-to-use nature and advanced sensor technology. You can take turbidity measurements for time to come without worrying about breakages or reliability issues.


We understand the importance of a user-friendly interface and intuitive operation when it comes to materials testing. Our turbidimeters are therefore equipped with user-friendly controls and clear displays, making them accessible to experienced professionals and those with less expertise.

Fitted with a Tungsten lamp and large 6-line LCD with backlit display, it’s easy to see your readings even in the field. What’s more, you can view results directly on the instrument with 500-point data logging. It’s also usable in seven languages.

Another feature is signal averaging, reducing noise and fluctuations in readings so that you can view accurate turbidity with ease.

Check out our range of turbidimeters to suit every need below, or contact us for more information. 


1. How do turbidimeters work?

A turbidimeter measures ‘turbidity’ by passing light through a sample and detecting the amount of light scattered or absorbed by the particles suspended in the solution. The instrument emits light at a specific wavelength, measuring the intensity of the scattered light. The more particles present in a sample, the greater the scattering, indicating higher turbidity. This measurement allows researchers to gain quantitative assessments of water clarity and concentration of suspended solids.

2. Are turbidimeters suitable for both lab and field applications?

We have turbidimeters available for both field and environmental testing. Whether you need to measure turbidity in a controlled laboratory setting or conduct on-site measurements, we have options to provide analysis whenever you need it. Our instruments are built to withstand varying environmental conditions, making them suitable for a wide range of applications.

3. Can turbidimeters test turbidity in different liquids?

Yes, turbidimeters can test a variety of liquids, whether you want to conduct water analysis or assess industrial fluids. Commonly, turbidity meters are used to assess drinking water, wastewater, and surface water, making them useful in trade industries like cement mixing. They are very versatile tools that provide researchers and materials testers with important data.