Water Quality

Quality testing you can depend on

Water quality is one of the most essential aspects of life.

We drink it, animals drink it, and it's used in many different ways.

Test Your Water!

According to the survey done by Food & Water Watch, cites that approximately 3.5 billion people in 2025 will face water shortage issues. This will be mainly due to water pollution. This is likely to happen because the world pollution is increasing tremendously with more water sources getting contaminated as a result of water pollution.


We're not saying that'll happen to you or I, but wouldn't you like to be safe just in case? Below is information that'll help you better understand how to test your drinking water and even water for other uses.

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Water shortage issues are terrible. So, how do we test our water at home so we don't become a statistic? Great question. Here's a simple solution to your question: our eXact iDip® Tap Water Professional Kit. With the professional kit, you not only get the tools and tests, but you also get peace of mind. This testing kit comes with Level 1 NSF-50 Certification!

What is NSF-50 Certification?

Level 1 NSF®-50 Certification is the highest certification in terms of water testing for various parameters. Our certification with NSF® means that our accuracy is within ±0.2 with pH. In terms of Free and Combined Chlorine, our accuracy for ranges 0 to 3 are within ± 0.2ppm, ranges 3 to 7 are within ± 0.7ppm, and ranges 7 to 10 are within ± 1.5ppm.

The Model Aquatic Health Code (MAHC) is a set of guidelines published by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). This document brings together the latest knowledge based on science and best practices to help state and local government officials develop and update pool codes.

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Simple Testing Process

Select Test

idip app

Open app and SELECT your test

Fill Cell

idip photometer dipped into water

FILL cell and zero meter

Dip Strip

test strip inserted into photometer

DIP 20 sec. to dispense reagent

Read Results

comparison of photometer and idip app results

Results include date, time, and GPS location stamp

eXact iDip® Tap Water Professional Kit

This pro kit is the latest generation test kit combining two state-of-the-art quality test instruments.

The first is the eXact iDip® Smart Photometer System which integrates patented 2-way wireless communication. The second is the eXact® pH+ Smart Meter System which capitalizes on electrochemistry technology combined with Bluetooth connectivity.

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eXact® pH+ with Bluetooth

The new eXact pH+ Smart Meter System with Bluetooth is perfect for the detection of pH, Conductivity, Salinity, TDS, Temperature, and ORP in water.

ITS has developed an all new handheld multi-parameter pocket meter that works in conjunction with the eXact iDip® app. The combination of the two instruments and the eXact iDip® app now allows for automatic calculations of formulas.

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Chlorine + eXact® EZ Photometer

Test the pH and sanitizer levels in your water with the new Chlorine+ eXact® EZ. You will be amazed at how effortless it is to achieve lab-quality, accurate results within seconds!

The Chlorine+ eXact® EZ tests 9 important water quality parameters and uses our patented eXact® Strips, a quick and easy reagent system for analysis.

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eXact® Micro 20 Photometer

The eXact® Micro 20 with Bluetooth SMART is a powerful dual-wavelength photometer system that harnesses the technology to connect wirelessly to your device. Pre-programmed with over 40 water quality parameters.

Fast, accurate results with EZ-3 Method Test results can be shared in real-time via email or exported to a CSV spreadsheet with time and date GPS locations when used with the app.

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eXact® LEADQuick Photometer

The eXact® LEADQuick™ smart photometer system is the ideal portable tool for testing lead levels in water, paint, and more. New and improved Bluetooth® photometer to work with our eXact iDip® app.

The EPA and Congress continue to classify lead as a substance hazardous to the public health, and detrimental to normal childhood development. Widespread use of this simple, field test method will quickly and accurately determine exposure to toxic lead.

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Today it is more important than ever to test the quality of your water. The rising use of harmful chemicals contributes greatly to this need. Being vigilant about how we use water and dispose of chemicals will greatly impact the future quality of life.