Do I need Drinking Water Testing Kit?
If you do not have access to mains water supply, achieving suitable drinking water can be a problem whether you have a borehole, well, spring extracting from a river or any other water source. Before you can drink your water you will need to have your water tested to see if there are any parameters that are over the National Drinking Water Requirement Limit.
We realise the headache our customers have in treating their water, we have therefore developed an easy step – by – step Drinking Water Analysis Kit for you to understand what is in your water.
No experience is required, just carefully follow our instructions, send your kit back to us and within 10 days you will receive a UKAS Accredited Certificate of Analysis.
Please note this Drinking Water Analysis Kit is not a DIY kit, it is to achieve a full UKAS Accredited Analysis.
Your Drinking Water Testing Kit
After requesting a Drinking Water Analysis Kit, you will receive a Drinking Water Analysis Kit in the post. The Drinking Water Analysis Kit contains all the information you will need to collect your water in the sample bottles provided. The process will take you approximately 10 minutes to complete.
Please ensure the Water Sample Submission Form is fully completed using the instructions provided.
Returning your Samples
Return your Water Samples back to us using the labelled Jiffy bag provided, or if you are local to us – drop them in at reception. Remember to return the Water Samples as soon as possible, preferably the same day.
We recommend using first class delivery as the Water Samples need to be with us within 24 hours.
Once we have received your Water Samples, we will process your Water Samples in the laboratory. Sampling time will take up to 10 days. And we will be in touch in due course.
What happens next?
Once your Water Sample bottles have been analysed we will send your Certificate of Analysis via email. A member of our customer care team will then be in touch to break down each section of the Certificate of Analysis with you.
We will then explain the two parts of your analysis results:
Total Dissolved Solids@180°C
Once we have explained your results we will compare them to the National Requirements of the Drinking Water Standards and advise you on the next steps to take.
Want more info?
Our Bespoke Water Treatment Systems
Download this PDF for an example Certificate of Analysis
Download this PDF for an example of Usage Instructions
Private Water Supplies Drinking Water Inspectorate in England 2013
Private Water Supplies Drinking Water Inspectorate in Wales2013
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