School Drinking Water Kits

Science Fair Project School Drinking Water Kits

Safe and Fast way to run experiments by elementary school, middle school and high school students.

These science fair kits help study drinking water. The 100 series Quickcheck kits test single and double parameters water quality parameters. The 500 series Quickcheck kits test combinations of water quality parameters. Configure the test kit based on the number of samples in the Science Fair Project: Before and After; Side by Side; Paired Differences; Trends; Comparison to Controls.

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Several science fair project ideas are suggested.

Multiple School Water Test Kits
• 500 - Drinking Water Basic Tests
• 504 - Drinking Water Basic Tests Plus Bacteria
• 508 - Drinking Water Full Panel and Bacteria Tests
• 514 - City Water Profile
• 518 - Well Water Profile
• 522 - Public Drinking Water Fountain
• 524 - Compare Drinking and Bottle Water - Beginner
• 526 - Compare Drinking and Bottle Water - Advanced
• 532 - EPA Free Chlorine in Drinking Water
• 568 - Cooking Vegetables in Water
• 572 - Washing Fruits and Vegetables
• 576 - Compare Juice Soda Pop and Milk
• 578 - Checking Pet Drinking Water Bowl
• 580 - Copper Pipe Corrosion and Acidic Water
• 582 - Metal Pipe Contamination
• 584 - Dissolved Metals and pH in Water
• 594 - Evaluate Water Filter Performance
Dual and Single School Water Test Kits
• 130 - Total Chlorine and Free Chlorine Dual
• 115 - Total Alkalinity and pH Dual
• 135 - Nitrate and Nitrite Dual
• 100 - Total Water Hardness
• 105 - Total Alkalinity
• 110 - pH
• 120 - EPA Free Chlorine
• 125 - Total Chlorine
• 140 - Dissolved Phosphate
• 145 - Total Dissolved Solids (TDS)
• 150 - Dissolved Metals (Cu, Co, Zn, Cd, Ni, etc.)
• 155 - Iron 2 (Rusty Colored Deposits / Stains)
• 160 - Iron 2 and 3 (Rusty Colored Deposits / Stains)
• 165 - Copper
• 170 - Zinc
• 175 - Salinity (Dissolved Salt) of Water
• 180 - Bacterial Growth Indicator
QuickCheck science fair water test kits allow the student scientist to perform semiquantitative tests on water samples at home, school or outdoors. These Science Fair test kits include designated test strips, corresponding test instructions, color concentration comparator and clean, sterile water sample bags making each kit very convenient and simple to use. Background information on each test paramenter is available as PDF downloads.
Based on student experiment requirements, be sure to ask "Do you need duplicate or triplicate testing of samples to make your study viable?"

How do the test strips work? Special chemical reagents for each water test are dried into the pad at the end of the test strip. Just dip test strip into water sample according to instructions then compare color to concentration chart. Designed to yield semiquantitative and quantitative results that are great for graphing.

Please look over the Product Lines and Products listed below by activating the "drop down menus" and selecting the topic then clicking "Go". Click the "More Info" link for selected Test Kit PDF files full of information you can download.
Please, Contact Us for more information on any of these kits and related kits not shown.

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Complete List of Science Fair Project Water Test Kits

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• 100 - Total Water Hardness
• 105 - Total Alkalinity
• 110 - pH
• 115 - Total Alkalinity and pH Dual
• 120 - EPA Free Chlorine
• 125 - Total Chlorine
• 130 - Total Chlorine and Free Chlorine Dual
• 135 - Nitrate and Nitrite Dual
• 140 - Dissolved Phosphate
• 145 - Total Dissolved Solids (TDS)
• 150 - Dissolved Metals (Cu, Co, Zn, Cd, Ni, etc.)
• 155 - Iron 2 (Rusty Colored Deposits / Stains)
• 160 - Iron 2 and 3 (Rusty Colored Deposits / Stains)
• 165 - Copper
• 170 - Zinc
• 175 - Salinity (Dissolved Salt) of Water
• 180 - Bacterial Growth Indicator
• 500 - Drinking Water Basic Tests
• 504 - Drinking Water Basic Tests Plus Bacteria
• 508 - Drinking Water Full Panel and Bacteria Tests
• 514 - City Water Profile
• 518 - Well Water Profile
• 522 - Public Drinking Water Fountain
• 524 - Compare Drinking and Bottle Water - Beginner
• 526 - Compare Drinking and Bottle Water - Advanced
• 532 - EPA Free Chlorine in Drinking Water
• 534 - Essential Minerals
• 536 - Balanced Minerals
• 538 - Environmental and Outdoor Water
• 540 - Environmental and Outdoor Water Plus Bacteria
• 544 - Environmental and Outdoor Water Full Panel and Bacteria
• 550 - Aquatic and Algae Growth Nutrients
• 552 - Lake, Pond and River Essential Minerals
• 556 - Minerals and Nutrients Water Panel
• 562 - Salt - Brackish - Estuary Water
• 564 - Plant Growth Nutrients
• 566 - Plant Growth Nutrients Plus Bacteria Growth
• 568 - Cooking Vegetables in Water
• 572 - Washing Fruits and Vegetables
• 576 - Compare Juice Soda Pop and Milk
• 578 - Checking Pet Drinking Water Bowl
• 580 - Copper Pipe Corrosion and Acidic Water
• 582 - Metal Pipe Contamination
• 584 - Dissolved Metals and pH in Water
• 588 - Fertilizer Pollution
• 590 - Effects of Water Quality on Paper Making
• 594 - Evaluate Water Filter Performance

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