Test Strip checks total chlorine in water.

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With DPD-4 ReagentStrip(TM) for Total Chlorine, there are no tablets to crush, powders to spill, glass ampoules to break, or dispensers that release irritating dust. All required reagents are precisely measured and impregnated on test strip pad. Users dip strip into 10 ml water sample for 20 sec with back and forth motion, discard strip, and read chlorine meter. Test provides accurate results from 0.00-5.00 ppm with 0.01 ppm resolution.



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Total Chlorine Testing - the DPD-4 Total Chlorine ReagentStrip(TM)



for Water Quality Testing

REPLACES EXISTING POWDER PILLOWS!
(US Patent Pending)

DPD ReagentStrip TM for Total Chlorine offers users a new, more convenient, delivery system for DPD. With DPD ReagentStrip TM for Total Chlorine there are no more tablets to crush, powders to spill, glass ampoule to break, or dispensers that release irritating dust. All required reagents are precisely measured and impregnated on a test strip pad. Simple dip the strip into a 10ml water sample for 20 seconds with back and forth motion, remove, discard the strip, and immediately read in your chlorine meter. The test provides accurate results from 0.00-5.00ppm, with 0.01ppm resolution. DPD ReagentStripTM for Total Chlorine is compatible with a wide range of existing meters from manufacturers such as Hach, LaMotte, Orion, WTW, and others.

This product is sold in kits of 50 individually wrapped foil packets for $9.99 each. For more information contact ITS at 1-800-861-9712, 1-803-329-9712, on the web at www.sensafe.com, or by email at its@sensafe.com.

Since 1989, Industrial Test Systems, Inc., has been developing and manufacturing water quality test strips and test kits for water testing.

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