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Arsenic Quick™ II

  • €26400

Arsenic Quick II for water quality testing was designed to give the user accurate results without sacrificing cost and time. Designed using cutting-edge chemistry, Arsenic Quick II reports results in only 14 minutes. Additionally, there are no dangerous chemicals needed to run this water quality test kit. With only 3 simple test procedures, Arsenic Quick? II is a must for any lab, water testing professional, or service technician who values accurate, rapid results without sacrificing cost.

Detection range from 1-160 ppb (µg/L)

<1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 10, 13, 20, 25, 30, 40, >50, >80, >120, >160 ppb (µg/L)   - 14 minute procedure, 50 tests **ETV**

Some key features of our Arsenic Tests:
- Only 3 reagents and one strip
- Our reagents are non toxic
- Only trace amounts of Mercuric Bromide on a test strip (no toxic liquid mercury like in other kits)
- Results in 12-14 minutes
- Can be done in field
- No other equipment needed (no batteries, power or instruments required)
- Completely non-technical. 
- Can be used with little knowledge of English (reagents clearly marked '1', '2' and '3')


More about our Arsenic Test kits:

Industrial Test Systems features an impressive array of inorganic Arsenic Quick™ test kits that provide accurate results at affordable prices. Designed using cutting-edge chemistry, our kits report results in as few as 14 minutes and detect from 0.3 ppb. Our patented test kits are recommended by numerous states. Performance and accuracy of these kits have been verified by the USEPA through the ETV program ( Our easy-to-use kits require no technical training. We invite you to see why the Quick™ line of Arsenic test kits from ITS are recognized throughout the world as premium inorganic arsenic field test kits. 

All Arsenic Quick™ kits detect below the MCL (Maximum Contamination Level) limits of inorganic arsenic concentrations in drinking water set by the EPA of 10 ppb (parts per billion) and the FDA limit in bottled water of 5 ppb.

NOTE: Test strips contain trace amounts of Mercury and must be discarded in accordance with your local regulations. 

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