Chlorine Test - Per Vial
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Chlorine Residual disinfectant. The U.S. EPA regulation for maximum residual chlorine level in drinking water is 4mg/L or 4ppm.

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Copper Test - Per Vial
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Some dental practices have copper piping that can compromise the use of some disinfectants such as silver. If you have copper piping you may want to test for this before using a disinfectant or after continuously failing the 500 CFU/ml guideline. The U.S. EPA’s maximum contaminant level goal (MCLG) for copper is 1.3mg/L.

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Fluoride Test - Per Vial
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Fluoride a naturally occurring mineral in water that, at the optimal level, can be beneficial to patient’s teeth. The U.S. Public Health Service recommends an optimal fluoride concentration of 0.7mg/L. Too much fluoride, though, can cause tooth decay and brown discoloration.
 

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Iodine Test - Per Vial
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Iodine – Antiseptic and disinfectant. The World Health Organization (WHO) estimates that drinking water contains an iodine concentration of 4μg/L (.004ppm).

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Silver Test - Per Vial
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Silver – Residual disinfectant. The U.S. EPA’s secondary standard for silver in drinking water (consumed on a daily basis) is .10mg/L.

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