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Heavy Metals Home Test Kit - Lead, Mercury, Copper, Iron

Analyse Your Water From Home in Minutes

$22.37

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Detect unsafe levels of 4 common heavy metals in your drinking water.

Even at dangerously high levels, most “heavy metals” cannot be detected by sight, smell, or taste. You could be drinking any of these 4 metals every day, without knowing anything about it until it’s too late.

This test kit allows you to test your water for lead, mercury, copper, or iron within minutes. There are no complicated science experiments, waiting for lab results, or additional fees required.

Analyse your water from home and find out if you need to do something about your water or not. Take a step towards safer water today and put your mind at ease.

All our products are stored in Amazon Fulfilment centres to be able to deliver them to you quickly and reliably. Please allow us 1 day to process your order and 5-7 days to receive it. Some orders will arrive even as fast as 3 days but the logistics and shipping speed is not something we can control.

Quick and easy to use

Made in USA

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Test to EPA standards

Even low levels of Heavy Metals pose a serious risks

Even low levels of lead in blood have been shown to affect IQ, ability to pay attention, and academic achievement. These effects cannot be corrected.

Lead can enter drinking water when plumbing materials contain lead corrode. The most common sources of lead in drinking water are lead pipes, faucets, and fixtures.

The presence of iron favors the growth of bacteria in drinking water. It can also cause plumbing problems, staining, and metallic taste.

Includes Simple Instructions For Almost-Instant Results

Easy enough for anyone to test at home

Get individual readings for all 4 metals in less than 15 minutes

Free user guide on how to keep your water safe from heavy metals

Compare Your Results to Official EPA Standards

Detect even the smallest amounts of lead, copper, mercury, and iron

Suitable for well, tap, filtered, or any drinking water

Always American-made for maximum quality

No Lab Tests or Extra Fees Required

Save the time and money of paying for “professional” testing

Find out what’s in your water for a fraction of the cost

Test as regularly as recommended without worrying about money

heavy metals test kit

You don’t need a science degree or a lab to test your water source. This test kit is simple enough for anyone to use at home, and most of the results will be ready within a few minutes.

heavy metals test kit

The step-by-step directions are clearly laid out, making it easy to get accurate results. Simply compare them to the included color-coded card to find out the levels of each contaminant.

heavy metals test kit

We’ll also send you a free user guide to help you make sense of the results and work out how to keep your water clean.

What people are saying

I'm so glad that this test practically saved our lives. We didn't need any professional help to do the testing.

Hawnlei

The box includes

1 x Lead Test
2 x Copper Test
2 x Mercury Test
2 x Iron Test
1 x Instruction Booklet

$22.37

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FAQ

Copper test kit

  • What is the range of the copper test kit?

    The kit tests up to 2.0 ppm (mg/l).

  • What are the test increments?

    0, 0.05, 0.1, 0.2, 0.4, 1, 2 ppm (mg/l)

  • What is the EPA standard for copper in drinking water?

    The EPA recommends a maximum copper level of 1.0 ppm.

  • What are the symptoms of copper in water?

    Metallic taste and blue-green staining of sinks and tubs.

  • Can I use this kit to test copper in my swimming pool and spa?

    Yes. The kit is compatible with pool and spa water.

  • Can I test lake and stream water with this kit?

    Yes. The kit detects copper in natural waters. The kit cannot not be used to measure chelated or “bound” copper algaecides.

  • Can I test food and beverages for copper?

    No. The test is designed only for testing copper in freshwater and saltwater.

Iron test kit

  • What is the range of the iron test kit?

    The kit tests up to 5.0 ppm (mg/l).

  • What are the test increments?

    0, 0.3, 0.5, 1, 3, 5 ppm (mg/L)

  • What is the EPA standard for iron in drinking water?

    The EPA recommends a maximum iron level of 0.3 ppm (mg/l).

  • What are the symptoms of iron in water?

    Metallic taste, rusty color and red-orange staining of sinks and tubs.

  • What form of iron does this kit measure?

    This kit detects ferric (Fe +3 ) as well as ferrous (Fe +2 ) forms of iron.

  • Can I test lake and stream water with this kit?

    Yes. The kit detects iron in natural freshwater sources.

  • Can I test food and beverages for iron?

    No. The test is designed only for testing iron in freshwater.

Lead test kit

  • What is the range of the lead test kit?

    The lead test kit is a Yes/No test. If the level of lead in the water sample is above the EPA limit of 15 parts per billion, it will indicate a positive lead test result.

  • What is the EPA standard for lead in drinking water?

    The maximum contaminant level in public water supplies is 15 parts per billion (ppb)

  • What are the symptoms of lead in water?

    Lead has no color, odor or taste in levels normally found in drinking water.

  • Can I use this kit to test water in a school or healthcare facility?

    Yes. The lead test can be used to screen for lead in water fountains, sinks, etc.

  • Can I test paint with this kit?

    No. A special lead paint test kit is required for that.

Mercury test kit

  • What is the range of the mercury test kit?

    The kit tests up to 1000 ppb (µg/l).

  • What are the test increments?

    0, 50, 100, 200, 500, 1000 ppb (µg/l)

  • What is the EPA standard for mercury in drinking water?

    The EPA recommends a maximum mercury level of 2.0 ppb for municipal water supplies. The ideal mercury level is 0 ppb.

  • What are the symptoms of mercury in water?

    Mercury has no color, odor or taste in levels normally found in drinking water.

  • Can I test lake and stream water with this kit?

    Yes. The kit detects mercury in natural freshwater sources.

  • Can I test food and beverages for mercury?

    No. The test is designed only for testing mercury in freshwater.