Once you receive your water ionizer and get it hooked up, it’s important to test the water to ensure you’re getting the desired pH at each of the preset levels. Every water ionizer comes with a set of pH testing drops and a color chart but there are a few things you should know before you start testing. These “tips for testing” will help you feel confident that you are getting the most accurate readings possible.
I’m going to come right out and say it – I hate these things. Not so much the pH meters, all in all they are reasonable to work with. But the ORP meters - I’ve spent thousands of dollars and countless hours trying to find something that will work reliably and consistently. I’m not alone in this. I’ve talked with owners and tech support people from many of the water ionizer companies thinking maybe there was something I was missing. The only bright spot in my ORP meter misadventures has been discovering that I was not alone in my frustrations.
Before you invest in an ORP meter or a combo pH/ORP meter there are some things that you really need to know.
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