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Taylor K-1503
Taylor K-1503
Hardness Test Kit


 
Taylor K-1503
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Taylor K-1503

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DROP TEST TOTAL HARDNESS (1 drop = 2 or 10 ppm)

COMPONENTS: 1 x 5093 Instruction 1 x 9198B Sample Tube, Graduated, 25 mL, plastic w/cap and blue dot 1 x R-0619B-C Hardness Buffer (blue cap), 2 oz, DB 1 x R-0620B-I Hardness Indicator Powder (blue dot), 10 g 1 x R-0683-C Hardness Reagent, 2 oz, DB 1 x R-0806-C Hardness Reagent, 2 oz,

For 1 drop = 2 ppm CaCO3

1. Rinse and fill 25 mL sample tube (#9198B) to 25 mL mark with water to be tested. NOTE: For results in grains per gallon (gpg), fill to 14.6 mL mark.
2. Add 5 drops R-0619B Hardness Buffer. Swirl to mix.
3. Add 1 dipper R-0620B Hardness Indicator Powder. Swirl until dissolved. If hardness is present, sample will turn red.
4. Add R-0806 Hardness Reagent dropwise, swirling and counting after each drop, until color changes from red to blue. Always hold bottle in vertical position.
5. Multiply drops of R-0806 Hardness Reagent by 2. Record as parts per million (ppm) total hardness as calcium carbonate. NOTE: For 14.6 mL sample, multiply drops of R-0806 Hardness Reagent by 0.2. Record as grains per gallon (gpg) total hardness as calcium carbonate.

For 1 drop = 10 ppm CaCO3

1. Rinse and fill 25 mL sample tube (#9198B) to 25 mL mark with water to be tested. NOTE: For results in grains per gallon (gpg), fill to 14.6 mL mark.
2. Add 5 drops R-0619B Hardness Buffer. Swirl to mix.
3. Add 1 dipper R-0620B Hardness Indicator Powder. Swirl until dissolved. If hardness is present, sample will turn red.
4. Add R-0683 Hardness Reagent dropwise, swirling and counting after each drop, until color changes from red to blue. Always hold bottle in vertical position.
5. Multiply drops of R-0683 Hardness Reagent by 10. Record as parts per million (ppm) total hardness as calcium carbonate.

NOTE: For 14.6 mL sample, record drops of R-0683 Hardness Reagent as grains per gallon (gpg) total hardness as calcium carbonate.

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4 of 5 Shipment May 18, 2013
Reviewer: David from Leesport, PA  
The product arrived 4 days after ordering. Received the tracking info 2 days after ordering.

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