Brand Names

WaterWorks™

WaterWorks™ strips are designed using a combination of patented and proprietary chemistries. All needed reagents are precisely impregnated on the test pad. In comparison to standard powdered reagents, WaterWorks™ strips use approximately 1/100th the amount of chemicals. Designed to yield semi-quantitative and quantitative results, WaterWorks™ strips are ideal for use for many water testing needs.

Waterworks

eXact®

Now there is an alternative to powder pillows, powder packets, tablets, glass ampoules, and liquid systems: eXact® Reagent Strips! Each strip has one or more test pads containing reagents for colorimetric detection of ions in water samples. By dipping a strip into a cell, the exact amount of reagent is released into the water causing a reaction. The reaction inside the water sample is measured by light inside the photometer giving the user fast and exact results.

eXact

Quick™

ITS features an impressive array of inorganic Arsenic Quick™ test kits that provide accurate results at affordable prices. Designed using cutting-edge chemistry, our kits report results in as few as 14 minutes and detect from 0.3 ppb. Our patented test kits are recommended by numerous states. Performance and accuracy have been verified by the USEPA through the ETV program ( www.epa.gov/etv).

Quick

What are Foil Packets?

Packets are a convenient way to package individual test strips. Providing total protection for the strip, foil packets are an ideal solution when you are working in varying conditions where the risk of exposure to extremely high humidity and moisture is possible. Each strip is carefully sealed in its own individual packet to protect it from exposure to moisture before you are ready to use it. Another benefit to foil packets is the size. Small enough to fit in your pocket, foil packets are an ideal solution when testing out in the field. Considering the size and protection of a foil packet, they are ideal to send to customers as a promotion or troubleshooting tool; saving time and money compared to a service call.

Foil Packets