Chlorine Tests: Test Strips, Test Kits, Test Meters, and Replacement Reagents
Chlorine Chemical Symbol

Some folks love the convenience of test strips, others prefer to use modern chlorine testing meters which take the guesswork out of testing for free and total chlorine levels in water, and yet another group of people likes to use traditional wet (liquid) test kits for chlorine testing. Each testing method has its advantages, each has its disadvantages, and each method has its place in the world of chlorine testing.

Liquid, also referred to as wet tet kits, require user to count drops of reagents, dissolve powders, crush tablets, and/or perform titrations. All use DPD as the reagent to detect free and total chlorine concentrations in water.

Taylor K-1001 Test Kit
Taylor K-1001 Test Kit

Taylor K-1000 Test Kit
Taylor K-1000 Test Kit

Taylor K-1004 Test Kit
Taylor K-1004 Test Kit

Taylor K-2005 Test Kit
Taylor K-2005 Test Kit

Taylor K-2006 Test Kit
Taylor K-2006 Test Kit

Experts agree that you ought to replace your test kit reagents after one year, if they have received excess exposure to hot, and/or excess exposure to cold... so if you already have a Taylor Test Kit and just need to pick up some new reagents, the following links will definitely come in handy!


 

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