Hardness Iron & pH Field Analysis Test Kit

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This is a professional-grade test kit that is designed for heavy-duty or daily use. It tests for hardness, iron and pH and is good for about 50 tests. Reagents can be replaced at a very economical cost.
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Professional Field Analysis Test Kit

This is the best water conditioning kit in the business and is designed to achieve optimum testing results. The Field Analysis Kit is designed for anyone who wants to get fast, accurate, test results with a kit small enough to fit in a glove box. This is a kit that you can use for years and it should deliver around 50 tests. Reagents can be purchased separately.

Kit Measures

  • Hardness – o gpp to >100 gpg
  • Iron – 0 to 10 ppm
  • pH – 0-14

Kit Includes

  • Hardness (0.5oz). Hardness #1, #2 & #3
  • Hardness test bottle
  • Hardness measuring tube
  • Iron reagent foil pack, (5ml, 50pk)
  • pH wide range indicator (0.5oz.)
  • pH and Iron test stand

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  • Can the system be used to measure higher concentrations of iron by simply diluting the water sample with distilled water? E.g., if the water is diluted to 50% and it measures 7%, then the iron concentration is 14%. We had a salesman come and measure our water iron. He used a color wheel to read the concentration, but he had to dilute it, and came up with a final measurement of 10%. We are planning a DIY system, so we'd like to repeat the tests for ourselves. Thanks!

    I would not recommend that kit because dilution is not an accurate way.  That would be a good test for AFTER the system, but anyone putting in a system should do one of these tests:

    https://www.uswatersystems.com/systems/water-testing/most-popular-water-tests

  • So with the Iron test. 0-10 is what. 0-10 ppm?

    Yes

  • what is the range of results for the iron & hardness tests?

    Iron 0 to 10

    Hardness 0 to Infinity

  • What is the minimum Iron in ppm this test will detect?

    Typically, down to below 0.3 ppm