H2Blue Hydrogen Test Reagent
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- Easy to use test drops for measuring the Hydrogen concentrates in infused water.
- Each drop represents .10 PPM (100 PPB) of Hydrogen when dissolved in a 6 ml sample of water using the included beaker.
- Best way to test how efficient your Hydrogen Water Machine is in producing Hydrogen concentrates in PPM measurements.
- Contains approximately 400 drops and good for 25 to 40 tests depending on levels achieved.
- We sell these test drops because unlike others, we want you to test our Hydrogen Water Makers for their performance. We only ask that you contact us immediately if you get results that are not in the range we specify for the product.
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Now test your actual Hydrogen concentrate levels with these easy to use drops and know what you are getting or NOT getting. Each drop represents 0.10 PPM (100 PPB) of Hydrogen concentrates dissolved in a sample of water. Contains approximately 400 drops and good for 25 to 40 tests depending on levels achieved. Best way to test how efficient your Hydrogen Water Machine is in producing Hydrogen concentrates in PPM measurements.
- Is Discontinued By Manufacturer : No
- Package Dimensions : 4.25 x 2.95 x 1.57 inches; 1.52 Ounces
- Date First Available : July 22, 2018
- Manufacturer : H2 Sciences Inc.
- ASIN : B07F6PLCM3
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#70,437 in Industrial & Scientific (See Top 100 in Industrial & Scientific)
- #64 in Analytical Reagents
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Having said that, I did test some H2 water right after it was made. The results of the test were consistent with what that H2 water product stated should have been the result of the test (relative to H2 content of the water).
Be careful with this reagent. It will stain some countertops (and probably other things, like clothes!). I was able to remove the stain from the countertop using Isopropyl Alcohol. Guess I'll be more careful on my next testing session!