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Taylor Technologies K-2005-SALT
Complete™ Salt kit for Chlorine/Bromine, pH, Alkalinity, Hardness, CYA, Salt (DPD) (.75 oz bottles)

Item #: AM113457  UPC : 840036031285  MPN : K-2005-SALT

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Taylor Technologies K-2005-SALT Complete™ Salt kit for Chlorine/Bromine, pH, Alkalinity, Hardness, CYA, Salt (DPD) (.75 oz bottles) Description

Complete Test Kit; Blended Indicator/DPD/Argentometric/DPD/Turbidimetric/EDTA Titration/Phenol Red Test Method.

AnalyteSystemMethod/ChemistryStandard/Equivalence or DescriptionComparatorCell
Alkalinity, TotalDrop testBlended indicator1 drop = 10 ppm total alkalinity as CaCO39056NA
Bromine, Total2000 Series comparatorDPD2, 4, 6, 10, 15, 20 ppm bromine (Br2)9056NA
Chloride (Sodium Chloride)Drop testArgentometric (.75 oz)1 drop = 200 ppm NaClNA9198
Chlorine, Free & Total2000 Series comparatorDPD1, 2, 3, 5, 7.5, 10 ppm chlorine (Cl2)9056NA
Cyanuric AcidVisual determinationTurbidimetric30, 40, 50, 60, 70, 80, 90, 100 ppm CYA9056NA
Hardness, CalciumDrop testEDTA titration (includes inhibitors to prevent metal interference)1 drop = 10 ppm calcium hardness as CaCO39056NA
pH w/ acid/base demand2000 Series comparatorPhenol red7.0, 7.2, 7.4, 7.6, 7.8, 8.09056NA

Potential Interferences

Test ParameterDescription
Calcium, Magnesium, Total HardnessMetal ions may cause interference; to prevent, add titrant containing EDTA to sample before buffer and indicator, then test as normal making sure to count drops of titrant added initially in total required to reach endpoint. If interference still occurs, dilute sample with DI water as necessary and retest.
ChlorideOrthophosphate at concentrations greater than 25 ppm will precipitate as silver phosphate to cause positive interference. This can be prevented by diluting orthophosphate concentrations below 25 ppm with DI water. Bromide, iodide, and cyanide at all levels titrate as equivalent chloride concentrations. Sulfide, thiosulfate, and sulfite interfere but can be removed by treatment with hydrogen peroxide. Quats may interfere; to prevent add 10 drops of R-0884.
ChlorineChlorine levels > approx. 10 ppm may bleach out indicator; to prevent, dilute sample with DI water as necessary and retest.
ChlorineOther halogens and oxidized manganese may cause positive interference.
pHIron > 10 ppm may cause negative interference.
pHSanitizer levels > approx. 10 ppm may cause a blue-purple color resulting in false high readings. Wait for sanitizer level to decrease to normal levels and retest to assure an accurate reading.
Total AlkalinityHigh halogen level may change indicator reaction from green/red to blue/yellow; to prevent, add thiosulfate prior to testing.