Our water testing strips help you easily check your water for a wide variety of elements and contaminants. All of our strips are made in the USA to ensure the highest quality standards. Many of our test strip packs contain foil wrapped test strips, this way your unused strips stay fresh until you use them.
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The TestAssured Bacteria In Water Test is our easy do-it-yourself kit that allows you to screen your water for E-Coli and coliform bacteria with results in 48 hours. No mailing is needed, once you include your water sample you’ll simply shake the vial and set it to the side for 2 days.
If at the 48 hour mark the vial has turned a yellow color it will indicate unsafe levels present in the sample. This is a great easy screening test that works for both well and municipal drinking water sources.
Hard water refers to the mineral content of water. The higher the mineral content, the harder the water is. Hard water is formed when water seeps through layers of sediment that are comprised of limestone and chalk which are made up of calcium and magnesium carbonates.
Water that has become saturated with calcium and magnesium often has an unpleasant taste and an off-putting odor. Hard water has no known health effects, but it can cause damaging mineral buildup in your pipes and water-using appliances.
Chlorine is added to municipal water supplies to disinfect and kill germs. While low levels of chlorine in drinking water are considered safe, research shows there is potential for negative health effects. The EPA suggests there is a connection to increased chances of various types of cancer when drinking water contains chlorine at levels higher than 4 parts per million.
Our Chlorine Test Strips are designed to allow you to easily check the amount of chlorine in your water. When dipped in water, the strips will change color in seconds, revealing the approximate level of chlorine up to 10 parts per million.
Home dialysis users should regularly test their water for chlorine. Chlorinated water can also be dangerous to fish, aquatic animals, reptiles, and amphibians.
Chlorine Test Kit Includes:
• 20 strips foil wrapped in 2-strip packages
• Easy to read color chart to determine chlorine levels
• Detailed instruction guide
It is important to know if there are heavy metals in your water because these contaminants can pose a serious health threat. Heavy metals can enter your drinking water from several sources. Some leach into the water through older pipes and plumbing systems. Others result from industrial processes and seep through the ground to contaminate water sources.
Exposure to certain metals, such as mercury and lead, may result in developmental, neurological, gastrointestinal, and reproductive damage. The toxic effects of ingesting high amounts heavy metals can be poisonous and may lead to prolonged illness.
**PLEASE NOTE: This is a cumulative test, so it will not show you specific presences of different types of metals. For people looking to test for specifically lead, please be sure to use our Lead In Water Test instead as it will specifically be testing for lead levels in your water source.**
Our Heavy Metals Test Strips are an easy, safe, and economical way to test for the presence of heavy metals in your water. There is no need to order expensive tests or equipment. Our test strips are based on recognized test methods and are foil wrapped to preserve freshness.
Heavy Metal Test Kit Includes:
-10 foil wrapped test strips with long shelf life
– Easy to read color chart to see metal levels
– Detailed instruction guide
Iron is a naturally occurring element, which means it is normal to have trace amounts in your water. Although iron is important for the health of your red blood cells, too much iron can cause abdominal and bowel pain, nausea, cramping, vomiting, and constipation. It is recommended that drinking water should contain less than 0.3 milligrams of iron per liter. If your water is off-colored or has a metallic taste, you may want to check the iron levels.
Using Test Assured’s Iron Test Kits for Iron in Water, you’ll know how much iron is in your water in just a few minutes. The kit allows you to quickly and accurately test your drinking water for iron. With the quick dissolving reagent tablet, there is no measuring or special equipment needed. Simply place the tablet in the vial with your sample, put the cap on and shake. Then you dip the test strip in the solution for two seconds and shake it off. Wait 60 seconds to compare the test strip to the color chart and you’ll know exactly how much iron is in your water. The test contains enough supplies for you to perform four separate tests because regular testing is important
These tests are made for use in your home, office, school, or anywhere you want to test water quality. They are portable, simple to perform, and yield immediate results without having to mail away samples. They work with well water, municipal water, and even bottled water.
Iron Test Kit Features:
- Foil wrapped to preserve freshness and increase shelf life
- 4 strips in 2-strip packages
- Fast and accurate results in seconds
- Easy to read color chart to determine iron levels
- Includes detailed instruction guide
- Made in the USA
Fast acting lead in water testing kit, results in only 10-minutes. Includes our pesticide test completely free within the package.
Includes all the instructions and supplies you need to quickly test your drinking water for the presence of lead and/or pesticide. Our tests are made in the USA and have some of the highest reviews of any other water testing kits.
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Knowing the pH level of your water can give you a good indication of whether you have hard water or soft water. Pure water is neutral and has a pH value of 7. When the pH falls below 7, water is considered acidic, above 7 and the water is considered basic. The normal pH range for water systems is between 6.5 and 8.5.
Water that is outside of the normal pH range can cause problems. Low pH water can be corrosive and may leach metal ions from the environment, leading to high levels of toxic metals. Increased pH levels can indicate hard water which can cause scaling and damage to plumbing and property.
Whether you have well water or municipal water, our pH Test Strips will quickly show you how acidic or basic your water is.
pH Test Kit Includes:
• 20 pH strips foil wrapped in 2-strip packages
• Easy to read color chart to determine hardness levels
• Detailed instruction guide
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Hard water usually contains a high concentration of dissolved minerals. Calcium and magnesium are the most common minerals to cause hard water. While hard water can have some unpleasant characteristics such as odor or an off taste, it is not considered a health hazard. In fact, it is believed that the high concentration of calcium and magnesium can help people meet the necessary dietary requirements for these important minerals.
Despite the potential health benefits, hard water can become a nuisance. Mineral buildup can clog pipes and damage water using appliances. Hard water may leave a film on glass shower doors, tubs, shower walls, and sinks. It also affects the amount of soap and detergent needed for cleaning.
Whether you have well water or municipal water, our Water Hardness Test Strips will quickly show you the levels of calcium and magnesium in your water.
Water Hardness Test Kit Includes:
- 20 strips foil wrapped in 2-strip packages
- Easy to read color chart to determine hardness levels