EPA Method 334


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EPA Method 334:
DETERMINATION OF RESIDUAL CHLORINE IN DRINKING WATER USING AN ON-LINE CHLORINE ANALYZER

Summary:
An on-line chlorine analyzer is used to continuously monitor the chlorine concentration at a drinking water sample point. The instrument is calibrated using aqueous standards or the results from paired grab samples that are collected at the same sample point and time. The grab samples are analyzed for chlorine (free or total) using a method that is approved for drinking water compliance monitoring. The on-line analyzer accuracy is periodically verified/adjusted based on results from grab sample analyses.

Scope:
This method is for the analysis of residual chlorine (free or total) in drinking water. It is primarily intended to be used by drinking water utilities for compliance with daily monitoring requirements. This method allows the use of any type of on-line chlorine analyzer (e.g., amperometric, DPD, etc.) for compliance monitoring when used in conjunction with a grab sample reference method that is approved for drinking water compliance monitoring. This method is intended to be used when chlorine residuals (free or total) are in the range of 0.2 mg/L to 4 mg/L.

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