The water quality tester owns a bracket on its right side to hold the testing needle when it is not used. This design is convenient for users to protect the needle and store it.
The spring wire design can meet long distance need when it is stretched. When it is not used, the spring wire can be short and saving space.
There is a hole on the top of the water quality tester, which is easy for users to hang the water quality tester on the wall.
Chlorine &PH testing
The water quality tester can test the water chlorine rate and PH data. One machine can hold two kinds of testing.
The water quality tester is powered by a AA 1.5v battery(not included) without power cable, which is convenient for users to carry out.
Chlorine test – adjustment point:
Before using, please adjust the tester for the pool water or hot spring water to be tested in the following order:
1. Test swimming pool water or hot spring water with traditional liquid testing tools;
2. Record the chlorine reading for standby (1.5 PPM);
3. No adjustment is required for the PH.
Look for the adjustment point of the tester:
A. Place an AA 1.5 V battery in the battery compartment of the handle (positive side up).
B. Hold the tester in one hand and the test stick in the other.
C. Insert the cleaned metal rod into the water to the black position.
D. Gently stir the water with a metal rod.
E. When the metal bar is kept in the water, adjust the knob on the front of the watch to the direction of CL until it can no longer move. Then slowly turn back to the right until the pointer points to the tradition
The position of the result of the liquid test tool (eg 1.5).
F. Remove the test rod from the water, taking care not to move the knob. The pointer will slide to the right and a letter will stop between A and E. This letter is the adjustment point.
Note: The table must be adjusted to the “Adjustment Point” before each test of chlorine.
The recommended chlorine content for swimming pool water or hot spring water is 7.2 to 7.8
A) Let the test stick stay in the water and turn the knob to the pH to make a click (the battery must be removed when reading the pH).
B) Wait until the pointer stops swinging and take a pH reading.
C) Gently dry the test rod, insert it into the slot next to the tester, and store it.
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Test chlorine content:
The recommended chlorine content for swimming pool water or hot spring water is 1.2 to 1.7ppm
A) Adjust the pointer to the “Adjustment Point” position.
B) Hold the tester in one hand and the test stick in the other and insert the metal rod into the water to the black position. Wait until the pointer stops swinging and take a reading.
C) Leave the test stick in the water and continue to perform the pH test according to the instructions.
Keep the switch in the OFF position(all the way toward “PH”) when not in use.
Store in a cool, dry place away from sunlight.
Do not immerse the probe inany liquid other than pool or spa water.
Check the battery routinely for freshness–unit requires on “AA” 1.5 volt(not included) alkaline battery.
Type: water quality tester
Material: plastic + electric component
Battery: 1pcs AA 1.5v(not included)
1* water quality tester
1* sand paper
1* English manual