Standard Water Testing Kit - Powered by HealthGuard Lab's
Standard Water Testing Kit - Powered by HealthGuard Lab's

Standard Water Testing Kit - Powered by HealthGuard Lab's

The Standard Water Testing Kit covers essential water contaminants and attributes needed to get a general overview of your water quality. This testing kit is designed for most well water applications and some city water applications. If you don’t suspect a major problem with your water but you want to be sure, this test should be all you need.

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  • Tests for 53 Substances
  • Results in 2-4 business days
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collect a water sample

Collect a Sample

It's as simple as completing the sample bottle provided in the testing kit we send to you. Seal the bottle and send it back using the prepaid packaging.

testing water sample

Get Results

Within a short span of days, you will receive your results via email or fax, along with a printed copy dispatched to your address.

consult a water expert

Consult an Expert

Each test includes a free consultation with one of our experts, ensuring you receive precise guidance on maintaining the purity and health of your water.


In your kit, you have received plastic or glass bottles. Please follow the appropriate instructions below.


The best place to collect your sample is from the kitchen sink. To prevent outside contamination or other interference, please do not remove any aerators or mixers from the tap unless there is visible contamination.


Let cold water run for three to five minutes. This flushes out the water that is standing in your household plumbing.

Do not touch the inside of the bottle. Fill the bottle from the tap almost all the way to the top.

If you have received more than one bottle, please fill the others so that the water reaches very near the top of each one.

Cap the bottles securely. Return samples to the lab as quickly as possible.


Fill the vial very slowly until the water bulges above the rim. Screw the cap on securely, doing your best to eliminate any airspace or bubbles.

Bubbles may form in the vial after it is capped. This is normal and does not affect your sample. Return the sample to the lab as quickly as possible.

what it tests?



Total Coliform, Fecal E. coli and Total Bacteria Count

Metals and Minerals

Aluminum, Antimony, Arsenic, Barium, Beryllium, Boron, Cadmium, Calcium, Cerium, Chromium (Total), Cobalt, Copper, Iron, Lead, Lithium, Magnesium, Manganese, Mercury, Molybdenum, Nickel, Phosphorous, Potassium, Selenium, Silver, Sodium, Strontium, Thallium, Tin, Titanium, Uranium, Vanadium and Zinc


Chloride, Fluoride, Nitrate (as N), Nitrite and Sulfate


Alkalinity (as CaCO3), Ammonia, Color, Conductivity, Hardness, Odor, pH, Sediment, Silica, Tannins, Total Dissolved Solids and Turbidity

Radioactive Chemical Element


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Frequently Asked questions

Water testing kits can analyze various parameters including pH level, dissolved oxygen, turbidity, total dissolved solids (TDS), chlorine levels, hardness, heavy metals, microbial content, and specific contaminants such as lead, arsenic, or pesticides.

s no maintenance required for our systems. We don't require preset backwashing times, or any drainage setup with our systems. We dThere ion't require you to wait 48 hours for media to soak when install or replace media.

Once a year take 10 minutes out of your day and replace the filter cartridge. No plumber needed!

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The accuracy of water testing kits can vary depending on the quality of the kit and the testing method used. Follow the instructions carefully and ensure proper calibration for electronic meters to obtain accurate results.

The frequency of water testing depends on factors such as the source of water, its intended use, and local regulations. Private well owners may need to test their water more frequently than municipal water users. As a general guideline, annual testing is recommended, but more frequent testing may be necessary in certain circumstances.

Yes, water testing kits designed for recreational use can assess the quality of swimming pools, hot tubs, spas, and other recreational water bodies. These kits typically test for parameters like pH, chlorine levels, and microbial content to ensure safe swimming conditions.

No problem, our systems are easy to uninstall and easy to install. Simply, disconnect your water and remove the connections and re-install your system in to your new home!

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