pH Level

In general, a water with a pH 7 is considered alkaline. The normal range for pH in surface water systems is 6.5 to 8.5 and for groundwater systems 6 to 8.5 whilst rain water has a pH of 5.6 or lower (slightly acidic).  You can identify the source of water by testing the pH. Also to ensure your drinking the best water as possible a pH test should read 7 or more.

Test the pH of water with the following tests:

  • pH & Alkalinity Test Kit (50 test strips), ideal for ionisers
  • Wide Range pH Test Kit (50 test strips), wide pH range of 2 – 12, ideal to compare different water sources
  • SimplexHealth 5-in-1 (25 test strips), each testing the pH, Total Alkalinity, Nitrate, Nitrite & Total Hardness of your water
  • Full Range pH Test Kit (100 or 150 test strips), wide pH range of 0 – 14, universal
  • Precise range pH Test Kit (100 test strips), pH ranges 5.5 – 9.0 or 3.8 – 5.4, universal
  • Litmus Paper (5 meter roll), pH ranges 0 – 14, 4.5 -7.5, 5.5 – 9, universal
  • Liquid Reagent pH test drops (15ml), designed to test water & saliva, pH range of 4 – 10
  • eXact® iDip® Photometer Smart Digital Water Tester – Cutting edge smart phone technology with pre-installed tests for Free Chlorine (DPD-1), Combined Chlorine (DPD-3), pH and Total Alkalinity (Further tests are available)

For advice on how to measure the pH of water & other liquids correctly, click here.

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