These individual kits will test for water in your diesel or kerosene-based fuel at 20 PPM (parts per million) and above.
FT-Water Test Kits: Fast Test Water in Diesel / Kerosene
How to use
- Insert about 100 to 200 ml / 3 to 6 oz of fuel into a clear plastic cup, container or bottle.
- Remove capsule from its individual container, split capsule, pour & stir shake agent into your diesel fuel sample.
- Rest for 5 minutes, view from the bottom of the sample container.
- Pink / purple specks in the sample indicate water contamination detected at 20PPM (parts per million) and above.
The FT-Water kits come in 5 stocked sizes as per below
Part FT-Water 20 = 20 test kits @ $3.15 per kit = Total Price $63.00
Part FT-Water 30 = 30 test kits @ $2.75 per kit = Total Price $82.50
Part FT-Water 50 = 50 test kits @ $2.50 per kit = Total Price $125.00
Part FT-Water 75 = 75 test kits @ $2.25 per kit = Total Price $168.75
Part FT-Water 100 = 100 test kits @ $1.95 per kit = Total Price $195.00
Prices include free air post registered shipping with tracking reference number.
Image of FT-Water 100 Test Kit Below
Please Note – The critical water detection components of these test kits are manufactured in the USA, Germany and UK. Other non critical parts of the test kits like the packaging are sourced from Asia. This mix of component sources ensures high quality test kits at the best overall price.
Capsules packaged in plastic storage box with lid as per image.
Best use by dates of test kits have minimum date of 12 months when shipped.
Non-toxic powder contained in capsule, do not contaminate powder with moisture from your fingers when handling.
No special storage requirements of test kits are required as all capsules are packaged in individual airtight containers.
All items in stock and posted out in 1 to 2 working days.
About the Water in Diesel Fuel Test Kits:
The test kits are designed as a first step and fast check in the evaluation of diesel fuel for water contamination at 20 PPM and above.
For critical applications or to be 100% sure of your fuel quality you should consider the use a laboratory for a complete numerical quantitative analysis.
When handling flammable fuels ensure all health, safety regulations and environment law requirements are followed.
If you fuel fails testing you will need to ascertain where the water is entering your diesel fuel system and treat or service your fuel, tanks and system to remove any water contamination. Filters and tanks may need to be changed/drained and/or fuel additive treatments added to disperse any water contamination.
Regular testing of fuel on a weekly basis is suggested to maintain your diesel powered equipment in peak operating condition.