Nemko Norlab delivers customised outsourced laboratory solutions to a number of industrial companies.
Drinking water analysis
Drinking water is our most important nutrient. Drinking water is fresh water intended only for human consumption. We use drinking water for cooking, to rinse fruit and vegetables and to clean equipment and production environments. On average, each person uses 150-200 litres per day.
The provisions concerning drinking water and associated quality requirements are set down in the Norwegian Drinking Water Regulations (link). The regulations cover all aspects of drinking water supply from raw water to clean water, pipelines supplying residential homes, production facilities and modes of transport such as buses, airplanes, and ships. The purpose of the regulations is to safeguard the supply of drinking water at a satisfactory quantity and quality for consumers.
We can perform accredited analyses covered by the Norwegian Drinking Water Regulations and we have extensive experience within this field, conducting more than 100,000 drinking water analyses each year. You can find contact details for your closest Nemko Norlab laboratory here.
What we offer
Chemical, microbiological, and physical parameters in accordance with the Norwegian Drinking Water Regulations (raw water, analysis in sample group A and B, as well as pesticides)
We assist in hazard assessments and test plans adapted for the size and supply capacity of the waterworks concerned
We provide suitable sample packaging and transport boxes
In order for water to be deemed drinkable, it must meet certain quality requirements. For example:
- germ count (total number of bacteria and fungi)
- Coliform bacteria
- intestinal enterococci
- Clostridium perfringens
- metal and mineral analyses such as copper, iron, manganese, sodium, calcium, etc.
An organoleptic analysis (odour and taste) must also be conducted.
Please refer to the overview of the scope of our accreditation: TEST 070
Contact us and we will send you sample packaging, ensuring that you use the correct sample bottles for the different analyses. After sampling, it is essential that water samples are stored and transported to the laboratory in cold conditions, preferably the same day and no later than the following day.
Sampling guidelines and shipping forms can be found here in our customer portal.
|Axel Sellægs veg 3, 7800 Namsos, Norge||Besøk:|
Nemko Norlab AS, Namdal
Axel Sellægs veg 3
Tlf: 950 11 613
|Vefsnvegen 11, 8656 Mosjøen, Norge||Nemko Norlab AS|
Tlf: 909 84 02
|Sørfjordveien 170, 7113 Husbysjøen, Norge||Nemko Norlab AS, Fosen|
Tlf: 950 91 420
|Wilhelm Dalls vei 50, 6511 Kristiansund, Norge||Nemko Norlab AS, Kristiansund|
Wilhelm Dalls vei 50
Tlf: 924 79 492
|Lenningsveien 27, 8900 Brønnøysund, Norge||Nemko Norlab AS, Brønnøysund|
Tlf: 910 07 170
|Nordfrøyveien 413, 7260 Sistranda, Norge||Nemko Norlab AS, Frøya|
Tlf: 957 82 370
|Industrivegen 19, 6080 Gurskøy, Norge||Nemko Norlab AS, Sunnmøre|
Tlf: 924 78 692
|Eikremsvingen 4, 6422 Molde, Norge||Nemko Norlab AS, Molde|
Tlf: 924 79 892
|Svartvassvegen 2, 6650 Surnadal, Norge||Nemko Norlab AS, Surnadal|
Tlf: 71 65 55 70