Salinity standards are formulated from sodium chloride to approximate ocean and
brackish water, brine, etc., and are used in process water control and oceanography
and limnology. There is often confusion about measuring salinity. Salinity is measured
by conductivity with a meter calibrated with concentration standards (ppm) or parts
per million, approximately equal to milligrams per liter. For example: 100 ppm Salinity
Standard is 100 milligrams of sodium chloride per liter of standard.
Custom standards, at other levels. are available on request, simply let us know
what you need. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or at 800-615-8870 / 650-861-0647.
Accuracy as referenced to NIST Standard Reference Materials or NIST Standard Mass
is ±1.0% @25°C. Traceability certificates available on request at no additional