Updated on 19 October, 2021
The Kohler Pro-INDYX Pool Test & Chloramine Reduction Device is a helpful in home pool test kit that helps in determining if pool water is safe for swimming. This test kit uses dual step disinfection technology, which means that it automatically disinfects your pool water, while also testing for total dissolved solids (TDS). The TDS test measures the amount of active ingredients in the pool water. The test comes with two tanks, one for testing the water and one for storage of the test results. This test can be used in any type of swimming pool.
The Kohler K-Type Pool Test & Chorine Reduction Device comes with 6 capsules, each consisting of an oxidizer. It is simple to refill the test bottles with distilled water, and even has auto shut off after forty-five minutes. There are separate reagents for testing salt and calcium hardness. The instructions included with the kits provide information on using the reagents as well as the proper way to mix the chemicals. Most of the reagents cause no damage to the rubber gloves when applied.
Two types of test elements are available with the Kohler Pro-INDYX Pool Test and Chloramine Reduction Device. The first type is the dry oxide test elements, which test both pH and salt hardness. The dry Oximeter element is ideal for testing bare minerals like iron and magnesium. When the compound concentration in the reagent exceeds recommended levels, it will give an accurate reading. This particular variety of the Pro-INDYX pool test kit is usually sold together with the reagents.
The second type of tester in the Kohler Pro-INDYX pool test kit line is the Chloramine Reduction Device. This particular brand of tester is different from the dry oxide testers in that the dry variations do not use an oxidizer. Instead, the Chloramine Reduction Device uses chlorine and a deionization solvent to react with the ammonia in the water. Once the reaction takes place, the chloramines are separated from the ammonia.
Both pH and salt levels can be tested using these two specific tester elements. Usually, there is one specific pH level that should be used in residential and commercial pools. In residential settings, the alkalinity level should be closely monitored because too much alkalinity could cause the walls of the pool to corrode. For commercial settings, the alkalinity level should be slightly less than the norm so that the chemicals do not leach into the hot water. The Kohler alkalinity tester is easy to use and conveniently contained.
There are two specific reagents in the pool test kits that can be used to measure the pH and salt concentrations. These reagents are the alkaline and acid neutralizing agents. These reagents are usually available in powder form and can be mixed together. The powder can then be added to the reagent of choice, mixed, stirred, and then poured into a measuring cup.
The last of the main features to look for when choosing the best overall product for the home pool is the list of chemicals that are included in the kit. The most common chemicals in pool test kits are pH stabilizers and chlorine. However, there are additional chemicals that can be added to the best overall products to improve the functionality or safety of the system. These additional chemicals include surfactants, algaecides, UV clarifiers, alkylamines, and surfactants, as well as a pH stabilizer and some form of UV protector. A few of the best overall products will also contain organic stabilizers, catalysts, catalytic agents, and biocides.
It should be very easy to compare these features and the overall quality of the different products. When the overall quality is compared with other similar products, it will be very easy to see how the overall pool test kit performed in terms of providing accurate data and providing accurate results. For example, when comparing the alkaline balance in the alkaline supply in the top products, one will see that it was not sensitive to changing levels of alkaline in the pool water. This makes the alkaline supply more effective and it also provides more accurate data than its competitors. Because of this, it should be easy for the poolmaster to see why this reagent is considered to be one of the best in its class.