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Re: Test kits
LaMotte and Hach are *professional* kits, used by many in water
analysis. Hach is the preferred brandname used by water and wastewater
techs. You can *not* get anything better -- except DIY from scratch,
which *is* more precise and accurate, but its a lot of bother (and
expensive) to set up your own analytical lab.
Hach sells a relatively inexpensive spectrophotometer with built in
calibrations for water analysis. Those tests are approved by the EPA.
You can *trust* those results. LaMotte probably has a similar unit.
> I would like to replace all my test kits with good ones (I won't > tell you what I'm using now-it would be embarrasing :-) and was > wonderin if anyone had any reccomendations on brands and types I > would want. I am willing to spend the money on LaMotte, but I'd really rather not if there are equally good ones I can get for less. Specifically, how are Seachem's kits? Also, best places to get them would be really appreciated.
Thanks, Justin Collins