TAYLOR BROMINE, PH, TA, CYA TEST STRIPS are a convenient and versatile tool for testing multiple water parameters in swimming pools and spas. This 50-pack of test strips, identified as S-1402-12, provides a quick and easy method for testing bromine, pH (acidity/alkalinity), total alkalinity (TA), and cyanuric acid (CYA) levels. These strips are an invaluable resource for maintaining water quality and ensuring a safe and enjoyable swimming environment.

Key Features and Benefits:

  1. Multiple Parameter Testing: These test strips are designed to measure four critical water parameters:

    • Bromine: To assess the bromine disinfectant level in the pool or spa water.
    • pH: To determine the acidity or alkalinity of the water, crucial for bather comfort and equipment protection.
    • Total Alkalinity (TA): To evaluate the water's buffering capacity, which helps stabilize pH levels.
    • Cyanuric Acid (CYA): To measure the presence of CYA, a stabilizer commonly used in outdoor pools.
  2. Quick and Easy: Testing with these strips is a straightforward process. Dip the strip into the water sample, wait for the specified time, and then compare the colors on the strip to the provided color chart for each parameter.

  3. Rapid Results: These test strips provide results in a matter of seconds, allowing for immediate adjustments to water chemistry if needed.

  4. Compact and Portable: The 50-pack of test strips is compact and easy to carry, making them ideal for routine pool maintenance and for on-the-go testing.

  5. Cost-Effective: Using these test strips can help pool and spa owners save on the costs associated with professional water testing or the use of more complex testing equipment.

  6. Sufficient Quantity: A 50-pack provides an ample supply of test strips, ensuring that pool owners have a sufficient quantity for multiple tests and ongoing water monitoring.

Directions for Use:

  1. Dip the test strip into the pool or spa water for a few seconds and then remove it.

  2. Wait for the specified time (usually a few seconds) for the colors on the strip to develop.

  3. Compare the colors on the strip to the provided color chart for each parameter (bromine, pH, TA, CYA) to determine the respective levels.

  4. Use the results to adjust water chemistry as needed, following the recommended guidelines for each parameter.

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