Select Your System

Water testing is highly recommended

Can you imagine your doctor attempting to give you a diagnosis without first giving you a physical exam?

The same is true with water treatment because what system you need depends on what’s in your water.  This is why our customers often refer to us at their “water doctor”.


If you’re a consumer, we will send you test strips for FREE.  If you are a water dealer or plumber, you may obviously order professional test kits from Safety Zone Water Systems.

Free test strips!

Order below and we will send you our test strips for FREE.

Professional test kit

This kit tests for water hardness, Iron, pH, Chlorine and total dissolved solids.  This kit is ideal for water treatment professionals.

After you complete your water test, use the chart below to determine the quality of your water.

ChlorineOnly 0.3 ppm free chlorine is needed for proper disinfection. Typically 2 to 4 ppm of total Chlorine is found in municipal water. Excessive chlorine levels should be avoided.
pHTesting for pH is important. This is because low pH, or Acidic water, can cause corrosion to occur, which may result in pin holes in copper pipes and the corrosion may Lead for plumbing fixtures into your water.
TDSTotal Dissolved Solids is the sum total of all solids, which are dissolved. These dissolved solids may include Lead, Mercury, Zinc and other heavy metals, Arsenic, Fluoride, Nitrates and other impurities. The TDS of bottled water produced by reverse osmosis is typically below 10 PPM. The lower the TDS, the better since harmful impurities are part of TDS.
Iron0.3 PPM of Clearwater Iron will cause staining.
Water Hardness7 grains of water hardness is considered “hard” water. Scale may form however, at moderate levels of hardness. For this reason a water softener is recommended at 3 PPM of hardness or more.
Hydrogen SulfideIf you smell rotten egg orders with well water you have Hydrogen Sulfide, and a Sulfur filter is recommended. If you smell “rotten egg” odors with city water, this odor may be coming from your water heater. (Particularly if new.)
BacteriaIf you suspect your well water is not safe, testing for bacteria is highly recommended. You can take a water sample to a local lab or purchase a bacteria test kit. This test takes two days to get results, however. If you are on well water, look for slime in toilets and see if there is a film on the water in the water tank, back of a toilet. This scum may be a sign bacteria is present.
NitratesThe MCL for Nitrates is XXX PPM.
ArsenicThe MCL for Arsenic is 10 PPB.
Radon300 picocuries per liter (in drinking water)


Finally, select your system depending if you get your from a municipality or community water supply, get your water from a private well and your objectives by improving the quality of your water.

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