A complete Chlorine FAS-DPD test kit designed for home owners, pool / spa service people, commercial pool / hot tub operators and health dept officials interested in economy & portability. Includes printed color comparator, waterproof instructions, treatment charts and chemistry guide. Simple, Accurate and Easy to use pool and spa complete test kit. Uses 2 oz reagents.
The benefits of Taylor's FAS-DPD test kit include:
Both free and combined chlorine can be tested at increments as low as 0.2 ppm - the maximum allowable level for combined chlorine according to most technical standards - and as high as 20 ppm.
The distinct change from a vibrant pink to no color at all eliminates the need for color matching.
Supplement this test kit with the Deox Reagent (R-0867) when testing chlorine in the presence of monopersulfate shocks or interference will cause a false-high combined chlorine reading.
Taylor K-2006C Test Kit tests your hot tub or pool water for:
Chlorine 1 drop = 0.2 or 0.5 ppm chlorine (as Cl2)
Alkalinity 1 drop = 10 ppm CaCO3
PH-w/ acid/base demand 7.0, 7.2, 7.4, 7.6, 7.8, 8.0
Hardness 1 drop = 10 ppm CaCO3
Cyanuric Acid 30, 40, 50, 60, 70, 80, 90, 100 ppm cyanuric acid
What is the difference between OT and DPD?
Unlike OT, the DPD Method will distinguish between free available chlorine and total chlorine.
Uses Taylor 2 Oz Reagents:
R-0003, R-0004, R-0005, R-0006, R-0007, R-0008, R-0009, R-0010, R-0011L, R-0012, R-0013, R-0870, R-0871
Maintaining safe pool/spa water for the public is an important responsibility. Therefore, precise test results are essential when checking the water quality of commercial pools and spas. Taylor's k-2006 is designed for the kind of comprehensive, routine testing performed by service technicians, public and semi-public pool / hot tub operators, and other professionals. Taylor's 2000 Series uses printed color standards to achieve a reliable and accurate color match, making frequent test comparisons even easier. The Taylor FAS-DPD Complete kit includes nine tests for thorough testing...Total Chlorine, Free Chlorine, Bromine, pH, Acid Demand, Base Demand, Total Alkalinity, Calcium Hardness, and Cyanuric Acid. Includes 3/4 ounce reagent bottles.