Everyone loves a bargain, right? Well if you have waited to purchase a test kit for drinking water because you could never find one on sale, well, you no longer have a reason to wait.
FilterWater.Com recently dropped the price of Sensafe’s most popular test kit for drinking water quality, an easy-to-use test kit that tests for 15 critical water quality contaminants and does not require users to mix powders, crush tablets, or have a degree in chemistry to figure out the directions.
Considered by some the most complete do-it-yourself Water Quality Test Kit on the market, this water test kit tests up to 2 water sources for 15 critical water quality parameters and allows you to quickly and easily test your drinking water and/or check to see if your water filter does a good job.
In this particular drinking water test kit you will find the only available USEPA Approved Free Chlorine Test Strip as well as color-coded, visual, on the spot tests for 13 other parameters. The bacteria test kit, however, requires 48 hours, just as it does in kits manufactured by all other companies.
Need to test more often?
If so, then should definitely look at contents of the Well Driller Standard and Master test kits which contain a minimum of 25 tests for most parameters and come packed in a convenient, hard plastic carrying cases
In total, the Water Quality Test Kit contains the following:
- Free Chlorine – 2 tests
- Total Chlorine – 2 tests
- Chloride – 2 tests
- pH – 2 tests
- Total Alkalinity – 2 tests
- Total Hardness – 2 tests
- Nitrate – 2 tests
- Nitrite – 2 tests
- Iron – 2 tests
- Sulfate – 2 tests
- Hydrogen Sulfide – 2 tests
- Copper – 2 tests
- Lead – 1 test
- Pesticide – 1 test
- Bacteria – 1 test
Included with the kit you will receive a chart so that you can compare your results to USEPA recommended levels is included.
Despite the great price on this home drinking water test kit, no at-home testing can ever take the place of having a certified water testing laboratory such as National Testing Labs analyze your drinking water if you have serious reason to suspect contamination.