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    AquaChek Test Strips

      AquaChek Test Strips is rated 4.285714285714286 out of 5 by 28.
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    AquaCheck Pool Test Strips Make Checking Pool Water Simple

    AquaChek select test strips measure up to seven different pool chemicals with less mess and more accuracy than drop tests. Test you free chlorine, total chlorine, bromine, total hardness, total alkalinity, pH and cyanuric acid by simply dipping a strip into your pool water.

    • Aqua test strips replace messy drops tests and are more accurate and safer than drop tests too
    • 7-way AquaChek pool test strips measure free chlorine, total chlorine, bromine, total hardness, total alkalinity, pH and cyanuric acid
    • 4-way test strips measure total alkalinity, pH, free chlorine and cyanuric acid
    • There are AquaChek test strips to measure copper, phosphate, biguanide, salt and more
      • Item: # A8000 AquaChek Yellow 4 Way Chlorine (50 Count) $8.49
      • Item: # A8010 AquaChek Red 4 Way Bromine (50 Count) $7.99
      • Item: # A8020 AquaChek Select 7 Way Test Strips (50 Count) $16.99
      • Item: # A8030 AquaChek Select 7 Way Test Strips (100 Count) $28.99
      • Item: # A8025 AquaChek Copper Test Strips (25 count) $14.99
      • Item: # A8035 AquaChek Pro II Total Hardness/Cyanuric Acid/TDS Test Strips (25 count) $10.49
        This 3-in-1 strip tests for Calcium Hardness, Cyanuric Acid and Total Dissolved Solids.
      • Item: # A8050 AquaChek Blue Biguanide Test Strips (25 count) $11.99
        Tests for any Biguanide based sanitizer, pH & Total Alkalinity
      • Item: # A8055 AquaChek Phosphate Tests (20 count) $10.99
      • Item: # A8060 AquaChek White Salt Test Strips (Sodium Chloride) - (40 Count) $23.99
      • Item: # A8075 AquaChek Borate Test Strips - 25ct $9.99
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      Rated 1 out of 5 by from Defecive strips?? I have had 3 packs of these, 1 I bought my self and 2 that were bundled as part of a chemical pack. Out of the 3 containers only 1 actually provided a chlorine reading. I would use a test strip and all the other would get a reading of ph, alkalinity, and stabilizer but the chlorine section would remain white. I thought that meant that my chlorine level was low so I would add more, still no reading, add more and still nothing. When I tested with a Two way Reagent test my chlorine level would be too high to swim (of course!). I had this happen with 2 packs, the 3rd worked fine! I've gone back to the old way of testing chlorine and still use the strips for testing the other chemicals!
      Date published: 2009-07-12
      Rated 1 out of 5 by from No Chlorine These should be great, but aren't. As mentioned in another customer's review, the chlorine reading doesn't work. Also, readings from strip to strip seem a bit inconsistent. I also bought another brand of strips elsewhere and the chlorine didn't work. Makes me wonder if some facility is producing these for several companies and made a defective batch. Strips used other years have been very easy to use.
      Date published: 2009-08-09
      Rated 5 out of 5 by from These are the first ACURATE test stips I've found! I was skeptical when I purchased the 'AquaChek Select 7 Way Test Strips' but, after using them, I'm so glad I did! I've used other test strips before and their accuracy wasn't that great. They would be okay for say PH, but not accurate for Chlorine, etc. In fact, it got to the point where I would drive to the pool store to have my water tested because I didn't trust the results, and as it turned out, it was a good thing I did. But these strips are accurate every test, every time! And results are fast, 15 seconds for accurate results. PS - did I mention they are accurate?
      Date published: 2016-09-13
      Rated 5 out of 5 by from AquaChek test strips Very simple to use, just dip, count to 15 and read... Shows accurate readings every time and is fast. We use the chemical check on occasion too but this is faster, the secret is to know your pool and watch for tell tale signs of problems then act on them with "in the swim products" and a fast test strip like this makes it so easy.
      Date published: 2007-08-22
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      Technical Specifications:

      • 50 Count.
      • Four tests on one strip:
      •       •Free Chlorine
              •Cyanuric Acid
              •Total Alkalinity
              •pH

      • It comes complete with an illustrated step-by-step instruction guide.
      • Just dip, remove and wait 15 seconds.
      • Make sure not to touch the pads with your fingers. This can create inaccurate readings.
      • Make sure to keep the inside of the bottle free of any moisture. This can create inaccurate readings.
      • Test strips expire after one year.



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      How accurate are they?
      – Test strips are at minimum comparable in accuracy to liquid color comparator tests. Because test strips require less user technique, we believe they actually deliver greater accuracy.

      What information supports the accuracy of test strips?
      – Our test strips are manufactured and released against standard reference procedures from the 17th Edition of Standard Methods For the Examination of Water and Waste Water.

      Is DPD more accurate?
      – No. DPD can be affected by interferences, such as an over-abundance of monochloramines or potassium monopersulfate (used for shock-treating pools.) These can give a false positive reading for free chlorine with the DPD chemistry. Recognized technical studies are available to support these claims.

      What is the shelf life?
      – Test strips average 24 months dating from the time of manufacture, with the exception of AquaChek Silver and AquaChek Green for Cyanuric Acid. These two strips have an average shelf life of 18 months.

      Can more values for each test be added to color charts?
      – Yes. However there would not be enough color differentiation between the values. This would make it difficult for the user to make a decision when comparing the test strip to the color patches on the label.

      Do I need to test as frequently with test strips?
      – Yes. We suggest testing both ends of the pool a minimum of 2 times per week, and spas before each use.

      Can test strips be used after the expiration date?
      – No. Test strips should be discarded when the expiration date on the bottle label is reached. This ensures the user they are getting reliable results.

      Are test strips less accurate after the expiration date?
      – If the test strips are handled and stored properly, they should give reliable results through the expiration date on the bottle label. It is impossible to determine how reliable the results will be after the expiration date has passed.


      Troubleshooting:

      Testing strips are not giving accurate readings:
      – Check the expiration date on the bottle to verify that the strips are still good.
      – Check the remaining strips for signs of exposure to moisture; this would cause the strips to give inaccurate readings.

      I can’t understand what the strip is telling me:
      – The strips are color coded and the chart is listed on the bottle. Have the customer refer to the color chart on the bottle to match the colors up to the readings.


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