Helps to keep water safe for drinking, bathing, swimming, cleaning children's toys, sterilizing surfaces, and host of other applications.
By any chance do you have a need to test for pH & Alkalinity, Arsenic, Hardness, Heavy Metals, Lead, Manganese, Copper, Iron, Chromium and other critical water parameters?
Or perhaps you have already tested and now have interest in water filtration systems and replacement water filters? The following sites can help!
If you would like to find the easiest, fastest and most affordable way to measure free chlorine and/or total chlorine levels in water, then you have come to the right place. Chlorine test strips give you the ability to reliably detect chlorine levels as low as 0.05 ppm and as high as 2,000 ppm in a matter of seconds!
The United States Environmental Protection Agency set the Maximum Contaminant Level for both free and total chlorine in drinking water at 4.0 ppm (mg/L). This means no water system serving the public may distribute drinking water that contains more than 4.0 ppm.
Frequent testing of chlorine levels in swimming pools can help pool owners reduce the risk algae growing by alerting them to times when their chlorine level has dropped below acceptable limits. Chlorine testing can also help pool owners avoid overchlorinationg their water and making it unpleasant and potentially unsafe for use.
If you have a need to test for higher levels of chlorine, they make test strips for that purpose, too. In fact, one can now test up to 2,000 ppm free chlorine with an easy-to-use test strip. Products like these make testing the chlorine levels in sanitizing and disinfecting solutions a trivial task. They also make checking chlorine levels in water mains in the field much simpler by eliminating the need for awkward powder pillows, hard to crush tablets, etc.