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eXact® LEADQuick™ Water Test Kit

€551.00
SKU 486900-BTW

The eXact® LEADQuick™ with Bluetooth® SMART Photometer is the ideal photometer for testing for lead (Plumbum or Pb+2) in Water, Paint, Soil, Glassware, and Ceramics. New and improved Bluetooth photometer to work with our eXact iDip app. Lead is toxic to humans and can be ingested through water or other contaminated substances. The EPA and Congress continue to classify lead as a substance hazardous to the public health, and detrimental to normal childhood development. Widespread use of this simple, field test method will quickly and accurately determine exposure to toxic lead. The fast lead test solution, the eXact LEADQuick photometer gives accurate results using fewer steps than the competition. It’s affordable and uses a non-technical procedure. Other features include:

  • Ideal for Lead in Water Screening
  • 3 ppb (µg/L) or .03 µg lead detection
  • Uses patented technology (U.S. Patent 7333194)
  • 2-Year warranty
  • Operates with 4 x AAA batteries (not included).
  • No calibration needed.
  • Can also detect Mercury
  • Can also detect Cadmium (Cadmium Reagent set 486904 required)

 

Detects:
Lead in Water 1-500 µg/L (ppb)
Lead in Soil 18-3000 mg/kg
Mercury in Water 10-600 µg/L (ppb)
Cadmium in Water 10-600 µg/L (ppb)

 

Comes as Meter Only or one of pre-configured kits - see below.

 

eXact® LEADQuick™ Water Test Kit  (486900-BTW)

Packed in a rugged and durable plastic case with secure closing fasteners and padded compartment. 

Kit includes:
- eXact® LEADQuick with Bluetooth SMART Photometer 
- Cleaning brush
- Instruction Manual
- Mixing Cap
- 50 ml conical tube
- 4 Reagent bottles for 50 tests for Lead or Mercury

 


Email us about testing in Soil, Ceramics, Paint or Glassware.

Instruction manual can be downloaded here

You can find more information on how Lead gets into water and what you can do about it to protect your family here:

https://www.epa.gov/lead/protect-your-family-exposures-lead#testdw
https://www.epa.gov/your-drinking-water/basic-information-about-lead-drinking-water