Anions - WP proficiency testing material is produced in accordance with ISO/IEC 17043:2010. Also referred to as non-Potable Water or Water Pollution sample, this product is produced according to TNI requirements. However, please note, this sample may include non-TNI analytes as well. The higher criteria from the TNI tables mimic the levels common to wastewater samples. The PT portfolio allows our test components to offer significant performance data to monitor and prove competency to customers, accreditation bodies, or both.
Supelco® is a global proficiency testing (PT) provider that manufactures best-in-class environmental and pharmaceutical PT products. Most water PT samples are available as concentrates or ready-to-use volumes giving the end-user flexibility in selecting samples that will fit their exact needs. Our WP program is designed to meet the quality assurance requirements in compliance with Discharge Monitoring Report - Quality Assurance Program (DMR-QA), thereby ensuring the analytical competence of your laboratory. These samples are typically provided in duplicate for use in case of lab mishap, for QC purposes, or to analyze multiple methods. Type of PT Scheme: Water analysis - Water Pollution (WP)
Matrix: Water Pollution/Wastewater
Analyte/s: Values of analytes vary lot to lot.
All information regarding the use of Anions - WP can be found in the reporting packet which will be available to download at PT Portal.
Anions - WP is an inorganic non-potable water (NPW) PT standard, suitable for testing the anions in water pollution/wastewater.
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Features and Benefits
We have a vast portfolio of environmental PT schemes with "fit-for-purpose" samples to help you meet the needs of the laboratory.
Our proficiency testing (PT) program is a benchmark to:
provide staff with an insight into their laboratory′s performance, to verify the accuracy and reliability of their testing process
provide a comparison of performance with that of other laboratories, nationally and internationally
test and educate staff, provide a better understanding of the impact of incorrect results and identify areas where there may be problems
provide an independent evaluation of laboratory performance
demonstrate to clients, colleagues and accreditation bodies that there is a commitment to quality
This ampule contains a concentrate for preparation of a solution that can be analyzed for bromide, chloride, fluoride, nitrate nitrogen, nitrite nitrogen, sulfate and orthophosphate phosphorus in water.
To prepare solution, partially fill a 1000 mL volumetric flask with reagent-grade water (near 20 °C).
Open ampule PE1060-20ML (be careful to avoid cuts on glass) and transfer 10.0 mL of the concentrate into the volumetric flask.
Fill to volume (1000 mL) with reagent-grade water and mix well.
The sample is now ready for immediate analysis.
Note - A blank of reagent-grade water should be analyzed concurrently for background correction.
Storage and Stability
Please refer to sample label for expiration date, specific storage temperature, and specific storage conditions.
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Proficiency testing samples are presented as single blind. No values for the samples are released until the testing period concludes. Proficiency Testing Schedule (2022-2023)
Wastewater WP22-1 January 12 – February 25, 2022 WP22-2 March 23 - May 6, 2022 WP22-3 July 6 - August 19, 2022 WP22-4 September21 - November 4, 2022
WP23-1 January 11 – February 24, 2023 WP23-2 March 22 – May 5, 2023 WP23-3 July5 – August 18, 2023 WP23-4 September 20 – November 3, 2023