Water that comes from municipal sources is supposed to be tested regularly for contaminants. While most public water sources are safe, you can never be too sure. Recent news stories have revealed that negligence and aging service lines can lead to serious water quality issues.
Even though iron is a necessary part of the human diet, too much iron can cause health issues. Iron is naturally found in the soil where it is absorbed by rainwater and aquifers. If your water is cloudy or has a reddish-brown tint, it could contain above normal levels of iron. Iron is seldom found in water at levels higher than ten parts per million, but high levels of iron can cause an unpleasant taste and leave unsightly stains and deposits on fixtures and appliances.
Cloudy, muddy looking water can be an indication of high-iron water, but contamination is not always easily visible. The only way to know what is in your water is to test it. With Test Assured’s Iron Test Kits for Iron in Water, you can be sure your water does not contain harmful levels of iron.
This single kit includes all of the following:
- 1 sample vial
- 4 individually sealed iron reagent tablets
- 4 test strips foil wrapped, 2 per pack
- Detailed instructions
- Easy to read color chart to determine iron levels
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