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Order your Drinking Water Test Online
Fitz Scientific offers a full drinking water test service throughout Ireland. The tests are accredited by INAB to ISO 17025 standard.
Test your drinking water for harmful bacteria and other chemical parameters that may be affecting your water supply.
**Up to 5 times more accurate than self test kits.**
3 Simple Steps:
- Place your order online and Fitz Scientific will post you out the drinking water test kit.
- Take the sample following the simple instructions provided.
- Return the sample to Fitz Scientific by Express Post, Courier or By Hand.
Note - If you already have the Test Kit and just need a Packing Slip proceed to buy your chosen test suite and select the option "Already Have Bottles" from the delivery options.
Fitz Scientific will analyse your Drinking Water sample in house in their own accredited laboratory. The Certificate of Analysis with the results will be emailed to you in 10 working days along with an information sheet on understanding your results.
The tests are based on the European Union (Drinking Water) Regulations 2014 and include: E Coli, Total Coliforms, TBCs @ 22 C, Aluminium, Ammonia, Colour, Conductivity, Iron, Nitrite, pH, Hardness, Turbidity, Manganese.
If you require a quote for an alternative suite of tests, do not hesitate to contact Sales at 041 98 45440 ext 1.
Well Grant Applications
From July 2020 some local authorities require a trained technician from an accredited laboratory to take the sample not the applicant. Please check in advance with your own local authority that you are following the correct procedure to qualify. You can now order this sampling visit online. Order online.
"I used Fitz last year to test the water quality of my Dublin home. The experience was fantastic. Clear, simple, prompt and informative. And, Fitz’s analysis is sure to be more objective, as the they don’t sell (and thereby have incentive to push) follow-on water purification products. I’ve recommended Fitz to my friends and colleagues in Dublin."
Paul S Thurk, ARCH Venture Partners Europe