BART information

Quick Break Training

Quick, simple, and helpful one page information sheets.


Comparing PAC to CFU

Taking Water Samples for use in Field BART™ testers

Meaning of APB Reaction Patterns

Meaning of HAB Reaction Patterns

Meaning of N Reaction Pattern

Meaning of SRB Reaction Patterns

Storage of Water Samples for BART Testing

Water Well Monitoring with BART Testers


Aeration in Septic Lagoons and BART Testing

BART Testing in Chloinated Waters

Meaning of DN Reaction Patterns

Meaning of IRB Reaction Patterns

Meaning of SLYM Reaction Patterns

MIC Detection
(Microbiologically Induced Corrosion)










Designing a Water Well

Imporance of Specific

Water Well Health

Water Well Monitoring with BART™ testers

Ageing of a Well

Well Treatment Options

Well Treatment Claims

Risk Assessment Biofouling (RAB) Protocols
(31 pages)



Ship Borne BART Testing

Ship Borne HAB-BART Testing for Potable Waters

Bacteria and Corrosion in Fire Sprinkler systems

Detection of Corrosion and Plugging Risks in Fire Sprinkler Systems
(33 pages)


DBI Consulting Service

Effect of Chlorine Treatment when applied to BART testers