TAYLOR CALCIUM BUFFER REAGENT, 0.75 OZ (R-0010-A)
$7.95

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R-0010-A

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PRODUCT INFO

The Taylor Calcium Buffer Reagent, available in a convenient 0.75-ounce container with product code R-0010-A, is a crucial component for accurately measuring and managing the calcium hardness of your water sources. Manufactured by Taylor Technologies, a trusted name in water testing and analysis, this reagent is designed to ensure that your water's calcium levels are within the recommended range for optimal water quality in swimming pools, spas, and various water treatment applications.

Key Features:

  • Calcium Buffer Reagent: This product serves as a vital reagent for testing and adjusting the calcium hardness of water.
  • 0.75-Ounce Container: Each package contains 0.75 ounces of calcium buffer reagent, providing you with a sufficient supply for multiple water tests and adjustments.
  • High-Quality Formula: The reagent is formulated to deliver accurate and consistent calcium hardness measurements, allowing you to make informed water treatment decisions.
  • Laboratory-Grade Quality: This reagent is manufactured to meet stringent laboratory standards, making it a reliable choice for professionals and enthusiasts involved in water analysis.
  • Versatile Application: Ideal for use in various water testing methods, kits, and equipment, allowing for seamless integration into your water quality testing routine.
  • Calcium Hardness Control: Maintaining the correct calcium hardness level is essential for water quality, as it impacts water balance, corrosion control, and overall water treatment effectiveness.

Usage:

  1. Ensure that the Taylor Calcium Buffer Reagent (Model R-0010-A) is compatible with your specific water testing method or kit and that you are trained in the proper use of such reagents.
  2. Follow the instructions provided with your water testing method or kit to prepare a water sample for calcium hardness testing.
  3. As directed by your specific testing procedure, add the appropriate amount of calcium buffer reagent to the water sample.
  4. Perform the water test, which may include colorimetric reactions or other chemical analyses, using the calcium buffer reagent in conjunction with other necessary reagents and equipment.
  5. Interpret the test results based on the specific parameters you are analyzing and the provided guidelines.

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