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TAYLOR DPD POWDER (Diethyl-p-phenylenediamine) is a reagent used in water testing, specifically for the measurement of free and total chlorine levels in swimming pools and spas. This 0.25-pound container, identified as R-0870-J, provides a precise and reliable powder reagent for accurately determining chlorine levels in water, ensuring water safety and quality.
Key Features and Benefits:
Chlorine Testing: DPD powder is an essential component in the DPD (N,N-diethyl-p-phenylenediamine) method for testing chlorine levels. It is primarily used to measure both free and total chlorine concentrations in water.
Precise Measurements: The powder reagent is designed to provide accurate and repeatable results when performing chlorine tests, making it an essential tool for maintaining appropriate chlorine levels in swimming pools and spas.
Water Quality Assurance: Accurate chlorine testing is crucial for ensuring that the water in swimming pools and spas is adequately chlorinated to prevent the growth of harmful microorganisms and maintain a safe and enjoyable swimming environment.
Easy to Use: DPD powder can be easily added to water samples for testing, and it dissolves readily to provide the colorimetric reaction necessary for accurate chlorine measurements.
Versatile: DPD powder can be used with various water testing kits, photometers, or colorimeters that follow the DPD method, allowing for flexibility in testing chlorine levels.
Directions for Use:
Follow the instructions provided with your water testing kit or device for testing chlorine levels.
Typically, a measured amount of water sample is collected and mixed with DPD powder.
The powder reagent reacts with the chlorine in the water, causing a color change in the sample.
The resulting color change is compared to a color chart or analyzed using a photometer or colorimeter to determine the chlorine concentration.
Record and interpret the results as free chlorine, total chlorine, or other relevant chlorine parameters based on the instructions of your testing kit or device.
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