Spa eXact® EZ Photometer Starter Kit (complete spa testing kit)
Perfect all-in-one hot tub and spa water testing kit.
Everything you need to test your hot tub & spa water in a convenient case. Testing spa water has never been so relaxing with the Spa eXact EZ handheld photometer. With the ability to test 7 of the most important spa water parameters, the Spa eXact EZ provides accurate, lab quality results in just seconds, it is the perfect tool to give you peace of mind and more time enjoying your spa! Tests for Total Alkalinity, pH, Free Chlorine (DPD), Combined/Total Chlorine (DPD), Calcium Hardness, & Total Bromine (DPD)
The NSF/ANSI 50 L1 Certified Spa eXact® EZ Photometer tests 7 important spa water parameters with lab quality result.
All tests have been specifically calibrated for spa temperatures and use our patented eXact® Strips, a quick and easy reagent system for analysis. Simply dip an eXact® Strip Micro into the water sample for 10 seconds using a simple back and forth motion, discard the strip, and read the results instantaneously!
Certified to NSF/ANSI Standard 50NSF is a product testing, inspection & certification organisation (Michigan, USA). Certified products are given an accuracy rating to one of three levels: L1, L2 or L3, with L1 being the highest accuracy rating. The EZ & iDip Photometers have L1 NSF certifications for a variety of test parameters; making them the ONLY meters in their class to achieve that distinction.
Included in kit:
- Standard navy blue plastic carrying case w/ Foam includes:
- Spa eXact® EZ Photometer
- Cleaning brush
- Instruction manual
- 25 tests of each:
- Total Alkalinity, pH II, Free Chlorine (DPD-1), Combined/Total Chlorine (DPD-3), Calcium Hardness, & Total Bromine.
Recommended Parameter Levels for Spas
Bromine in Spas-Recommended bromine levels in the UK for pools and spas are 4.0 – 6.0 mg/L with shock dose of 10 mg/L.
Calcium Hardness in Spas – Calcium hardness should be measured once a week, and a level between 80 – 200 mg/L maintained.
Chlorine (Free and Total) in Spas – If chlorine is being used in a well-designed spa you should be looking for a free chlorine residual of 3.0 – 5.0 mg/L. The combined chlorine should be as low as possible and certainly less than half the free and never more than 1 mg/L.
Cyanuric Acid in Spas – Levels should be below 200 mg/L, with many authorities suggesting levels between 25 and 50 mg/L are ideal.
pH in Spas – Ideally you are looking for a pH of 7.2 – 7.4, an overall range of 7.0 – 7.6 is acceptable in most spas.
Phosphate in Spas – The level of total phosphates in the spa water should be 0.01 mg/L or below.
Total Alkalinity in Spas – Levels should be in the range 80 – 200 mg/L CaCO3.
Turbidity in Spas – The level of turbidity should be 0.5 NTU (Nephelometric Turbidity Units) or less.
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- Two year manufacturer warranty
- 30 day money back guarantee
- Each ITS test strip is manufactured in an environmentally controlled facility with extensive testing throughout the production process to ensure product integrity and accuracy.
- Based and distributed from our UK & EU Office.
- Full customer support directly from manufacturer.
- Free UK & EU shipping available.