The Taylor Water Technologies Calcium Hardness Drop Test Kit (K-1770) is a valuable tool for pool and spa owners, water treatment professionals, and technicians. This kit allows for precise and reliable measurement of calcium hardness levels in your pool or spa water, helping you maintain the proper water balance and prevent issues associated with low or high calcium levels.

Key Features:

  • Accurate Calcium Hardness Testing: The kit is designed to deliver accurate and dependable measurements of calcium hardness levels, ensuring that your pool or spa water chemistry remains within the desired range.
  • Complete Kit: The kit includes all the essential components needed for conducting calcium hardness tests, making it a comprehensive and convenient solution for water analysis.
  • Easy-to-Use: The test procedure is straightforward and user-friendly, with detailed instructions provided to help you perform the test effectively.
  • Quick Results: This kit allows you to obtain calcium hardness results in a relatively short time, enabling prompt action if adjustments are required.
  • Water Balance Maintenance: Proper calcium hardness levels are crucial for maintaining water balance and preventing issues such as scaling or corrosion in your pool or spa equipment.
  • Precise Measurements: Maintaining the right calcium hardness levels contributes to water clarity and safety, ensuring the longevity of pool components.
  • Durable Components: The kit components are built to withstand regular use and are made from quality materials, ensuring longevity.
  • Professional-Grade: Taylor Water Technologies is a trusted name in water testing, known for producing high-quality and reliable testing kits for pool professionals and enthusiasts.


  1. Collect a water sample from your pool or spa using the provided container.
  2. Follow the instructions included with the kit to conduct the calcium hardness test, which typically involves adding reagents to the water sample and observing a color change.
  3. Compare the test results to the provided color chart or scale to determine the calcium hardness level in your pool or spa water.
  4. Make any necessary adjustments to your water chemistry to maintain the calcium hardness within the desired range for your specific pool type.

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