CHEMets® Snap Test Instant Water Quality Test Kits

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These snap tests are great in that they are easy to use and straight forward. The only issue I have is with trying to figure out how to properly dispose of the Cd from the Nitrate test. The MSDS sheet just says to follow regulations. I've done a search and cannot find out how samples, now contaminated with Cd, need to be disposed of without doing some kind of further test to see if I have lower than the regulated concentration. Some guidelines would be helpful.
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CHEMets® Snap Test Instant Water Quality Test Kits
Colorimeters Comparator Kits
You never need to touch a chemical with Snap Test Instant Water Quality Test Kits.

  • Tests require only four simple steps
  • Fast acting
  • No contact with chemicals
  • Variety of tests
  • Majority of tests work in fresh and salt water
Stir the reagent-filled ampoule in a small water sample, and snap off the tip by pressing lightly to the bottom of the sample vial, so water flows into the ampoule but can’t flow out. After a single minute, check the ampoule’s color against permanently sealed comparators that look just like the test ampoules.

In Titret tests, the amount of liquid that must be drawn into the ampoule to cause a color change determines the concentration of a test factor. The level is measured against a scale, in ppm, on the ampoule itself. Ward’s Snap Test Kits test for water quality factors in both fresh and salt water, except for nitrate tests, which can test only freshwater.