The new FlexiTester - A new generation of test-blocks
Jul 10 2019 Read 709 Times
Test-blocks are widely considered as a quick and reliable tool to measure the most important water values. Unfortunately, test-blocks only provide up to 3 parameters plus the color chart to compare is usually divided in steps, which sometimes makes it difficult to make a match.
The new FlexiTester of Water-i.d. allows the user more flexibility.
The tester itself is used like a regular test-block. Water is scooped, a tablet is added and the water develops a color. Differing from a test-block, where the color is compared to a chart, the FlexiTester comes with color sticks that are inserted into the tester. The color is graduated and not in steps like on a test-block, so sliding the stick up and down ensures a perfect match. Additionally, by having the color chart on a stick, the user is not limited to only a few parameters. Water-i.d. offers sticks for up to 25 different parameters!
When purchasing the FlexiTester, the user can choose which parameter-sticks and reagents are included, whilst always having the option to order other parameter-sticks and reagents later on. Water-i.d. is a German based manufacturer and distributor of water testing equipment for more than 15 years. A wide range of products, such as test-blocks, test strips, tablet reagents, photometers, comparators and electronic meters, cover the need of many different industries.
Water-i.d. has several awards as a most innovative company and offers quality products made in Germany.
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