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Water Testing Kits

Drinking water supplies in Britain are required to be safe by law. However, there are always situations where a householder as well as a business may be concerned about water purity. A general case would be following a flood where underground waste water drains or septic tanks may have been damaged; Electronics, pharmaceutical and food and beverage manufacturers must ensure that water is especially free from organic and inorganic contaminants because of their special processing needs; Retail centres, and many householders, have to ensure that water used in displays such as fountains is free from viruses such as legionella that could spread through water droplets in the air; Dentists and medical centres need pure water to carry out treatments; Routine testing will bring peace of mind to householders and business alike.

Modern water testing kits for domestic use can provide results in less than 10 minutes or up to 48 hours in the case of bacteria. These kits test for up to 30 contaminants on the basis of colour chart comparison or electronic meter read outs; They are suitable for testing water from taps, springs, boreholes, puddles, leaks and streams and can be used on boats as well as on land; Water hardness test kit can be necessary to maintain efficient heating and water supply systems in hard water areas by ensuring that lime scale deposition and corrosion remains under control. Commercial and industrial water test kits come in a compact briefcase-size weighing less than 10 kg. They work on the basis of a photodiode that detects emitted light from contaminants. There are superior tests that can detect phenols, cyanide, chlorine, mustard and nerve gas, pesticides and toxins of all varieties including human and animal waste. Such kits are used widely by military personnel in conflict zones or for humanitarian work following natural disasters.

   

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