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Mercury Check Water Test Kit High

Mercury Water Test Kit, High Concentration Testing Strips, IT-TK-05

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Brand: ITS
Price: $20.99

Dimensions: 3.5"x2"x2"
Weight: 0.2 lb

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Made in USA

Detect High Levels of Mercury with this Water Test Kit. Contains a bottle of 50 test strips to check for high levels of mercury: <50, 50, 100, 200, 500, 1000 ppb (parts per billion). Result in 3 Minutes Mercury Check for water quality testing is a quick and easy method to test for high levels of Mercury ( Hg - free dissolved ). NOT FOR DRINKING WATER, HIGH MERCURY LEVELS!
Alternative to wet chemical copper tests for several reasons:
  • No hazardous chemicals to mix
  • MSDS is not required
  • Quick results are obtained in less than 1 minute
High concentration Mercury Water Test kit has no identified interferences.

How to use High Mercury Water Test Kit:

The test procedure for this test is simple and quick. Just dip one test strip into a 200 mL (7 oz) or greater water sample. Move the strip in a back and forth motion for 60 seconds. Remove the strip from the water sample and shake once to remove the excess water. Wait 30 seconds and then match to the closest color.
  • Sensitivity: <50, 50, 100, 200, 500, 1000 ppb  (1000 ppb = 1 ppm)
  • Total test time: 3 minutes
  • 50 tests per bottle
EPA maximum contaminant level (MCL) in drinking water - 0.002 ppm , or 2 ppb (parts per billion).
This test kit is not for an average home owner. If you want to detect levels of mercury in home water, look at Boris' Mercury Water Test for Drinking Water.

US Patent No. 6541269
Manufacturer's part number: 480048

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1. Donna on 8/28/2010, said: 11000

This is not for the average home owner to use. There is no chart that tells you what is an acceptable level of mercury. I tested both well water and city water and got the same readings. Doubtful they were correct.I contacted the company for clarification and never heard back.
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Comment Reply: Thank you for the feedback. You are correct, this test is not for drinking water, it is used to detect high amounts of mercury. You can use our "Boris" mercury drinking water test to test your home water.

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