Critical oilfield water monitoring alternative for on-site, fast results

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An alternative to current oilfield water monitoring: THE RETEGO method, delivers fast, reliable on-site contaminant measurement within 1 to 3 min without specialized training or liquid reagent handling. Results are digital for instant distribution.

In direct contrast to existing on-site test kits and instrumentation for municipal and well water, RETEGO methodology is specifically designed for use in wide ranging salinity and complexity of wastewater common in oilfield applications, declares this developer with more than 20 years experience.

RETEGO is easy to use without need to handle difficult samples. It comprises a rugged field-portable detector to accurately measure analyte in the test vial using a combination of colorimetric and fluorescence measurements which are fast and accurate.

Disposable single-use vials contain a premeasured stable mixture of all chemical components needed to conduct a specific water sample analyte assay.

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