Protect your family - your water should be safe to drink and acceptable for all other household uses. Though your water may appear safe it may contain water contaminants that you cannot detect through taste and clarity alone. This All in One test kit gives you rapid, comprehensive results for several of the most common contaminants found in drinking water.
The USEPA recommends that you test your water at least once a year and especially if you are on a private well since water quality is your responsibility. The results you get from this kit will give you a comparison to the USEPA recommended levels, letting you assess the quality of water you drink.
Instructions are clear and concise, no harsh chemicals are used, no expensive equipment is required, and the results are easy to read.
Test Strips Included:
2 Total Alkalinity
2 Total Hardness
2 Total Chlorine
2 Free Chlorine
|Strip Qty.||Contaminant||Potential Health Effects from Ingestion of or Potential Problems Caused by Contaminated Water|
|Bacteria||Indicate the possible presence of disease-causing bacteria from human or animal waste|
|Lead||Infants and children: delays in physical and mental development Adults: kidney problems; high blood pressure|
|Nitrate||Shortness of breath and "blue baby syndrome" - found in infants less than 6 months. The child could become seriously ill and if left untreated, may die.|
|Nitrite||Potential birth defects associated with pregnant women|
|Iron||Gives a rusty color to the water and may affect taste|
|Sulfate||Dehydration and laxative effect|
|Pesticides||Acute poisoning symptoms may include headaches, dizziness, stomach and intestinal upset, numbness of extremities, spasms, convulsions and heart attacks|
|Copper||Vomiting, diarrhea, stomach cramps, nausea. Kidney and liver damage in infants|
|Total Chlorine||Eye/nose irritation; stomach discomfort, anemia, nervous system effects|
|pH value||Can be used as an indicator whether the water is hard or soft. The pH level of your water should be checked to determine whether your water is acidic. Water with a low pH (less than 7.0) may have problems with leaching of copper and lead from residential plumbing.|
|Total Alkalinity||Can have a drying effect on the skin|
|Total Hardness||Can cause scale buildup in appliances and hard water deposits on glass and other surfaces|
Weight: 0.25 lb
The Model MS-4350B pocket digital gauge is a highly accurate air pressure gauge. This gauge has a white LED flashlight, a blue backlit display, and a rubber grip for easy handling.
Range of 5-99 PSI
Reads in PSI, BAR, KPA
Easy to read digital display holds the reading for 1 minute
Ideal for car and bicycle tires.
Accurate to +/-1.0%
Increments in .5 PSI
Auto Zero and self-calibrate for temperature and atmospheric pressure.
Easy battery replacement: 2 CR2032 Lithium Battery (replaceable)
~5 year battery life, under normal conditions
Specific Use information:
This digital guage is used to quickly and easily test storage tank air pressure and is accurate to below 10 psi.
Tank pressure readings should be made on an empty tank for accurate reading.
Ideal for all water purification applications, wastewater regulation, aquaculture, hydroponics, and colloidal silver. Perfect for both residential or commercial use. Carry one in your pocket or toolbox at all times!
Ideal for commercial use
Portable unit - includes a carrying case with belt clip
Highly efficient and accurate due to advanced microprocessor technology
Hold Function saves measurements for convenient reading and recording
Auto-off function automatically shuts off after 10 minutes of non-use conserving battery life
Measurement Range: 0-9990 ppm. From 0-999 ppm, the resolution is in increments of 1ppm. From 1000 to 9990 ppm, the resolution is in increments of 10ppm, indicated by a blinking 'x10' image
Built-in digital thermometer
Large and easy-to-read LCD screen.
Factory Calibrated: Meters are calibrated with a 342 ppm NaCl solution.
Meters can be recalibrated with a mini-screwdriver.
Also available in "x10" mode: Reads in increments only of 10 ppm (0-9990 ppm).
TDS Range: 0 - 9990 ppm (mg/L)
Temp. Range: 0 - 80°C
Resolution: 1 ppm, 1°C (also available in 10 ppm)
Accuracy: +/- 2%
ATC: Built-in sensor for Automatic Temperature Compensation of 1 to 50°C (33 to 122°F)
Power source: 2 x 1.5V button cell batteries (included)
Battery life: 1000 hours of usage
15.5 x 3.1 x 2.3cm (6.1 x 1.25 x 1 inches)
Weight with case:
76.5g (2.7 oz)
Weight without case:
56.7g (2 oz)
This is kit includes the 2 test bottles for shipping your water back to us for testing.
No. 1 Bottle will be filled with your tap water.
No. 2 Bottle will be filled with your RO (Reverse Osmosis) water.
Simply purchase this kit fill the bottles with your water send back to us for a free TDS water test. We will test your water and the test will determine if your membrane is working, or at what capacity it is working at.
How Will I Know The R.O. Is Removing The Dissolved Solids From The Tap Water?
First you will be able to tell by the taste and clarity of the water. For example, ice cubes made with the R.O. water are harder, clearer, and last much longer. If you take two clean glasses of the same size and put ice cubes made with R.O. water in one and the same number of ice cubes made from tap water in the other, you will notice that it takes longer for the R.O. ice cubes to melt. Not only do ice cubes made with R.O. water last longer but juices and mixed drinks made with R.O. water taste better. When ice cubes made from tap water are melted in a glass, you will most likely see unsightly sediments on the bottom. This is not so with R.O. water.
Another way of determining the amount of dissolved solids removed from tap water is by the use of a conductivity meter. This meter measures the conductivity of the dissolved solids in the water. This is converted on the meter scale into parts per million of Total Dissolved Solids (TDS).
Premier offers a water sample kit for the testing of customer's water to determine how the TFM membrane is working and when to replace the membrane. To test water with your own meter you can purchase our TDS meter part number 273001.
Series 276H300 Hose Connection Gauges are used to test water supply pressures within a distribution system. This gauge will accurately show your home's water pressure - its red indicator hand holds at the highest reading registered for detection of thermal expansion pressure surges. The guage is available in 0 to 300psi (21 bar) pressure rating scale.
Black enamel steel case
Kostil polymer window
Copper alloy Bourdon sensing element
Tin alloy welding
3⁄4" (20 mm) H.T. hose connection
ASME Type "B" accuracy
Approvals: Certified by The Northern Certification Society of Italy (Det Norske Verita Italia S.r.l.)
Standards: ISO 9002 quality standard
Working Temperature: 40°F to 140°F (4°C to 60°C
Connect the guage to a hose bib on the outside of your home. Turn on the water and, let it sit for 12 to 24 hours. (You can slso take hourly measurements to determine water pressure throughout the day) Read the red dial which shows "peak" overnight pressure. This indicates your highest water pressure within the time frame you left the gauge connected.