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Basic Radiological
Basic Radiological

Basic Radiological

Tests your Well or Private Spring for

The Basic Radiological product includes testing for Uranium and Gross Alpha & Beta.

Return shipping not included.

Regular price
$139.99 + FREE DELIVERY Sale

NOT included in the test kit is the return shipping of the water sample. We will be happy to extend our UPS rates to you - just call us before you are ready to collect your sample and we can email a return label at that time.

If you are performing testing to meet a regulatory requirements or if you believe your results may be used for litigation purposes, please contact us for more information about testing packages designed for those purposes.


3
ANALYTES TESTED
ESTIMATED
15-20
BUSINESS DAYS TURNAROUND
FREE DELIVERY IN 48 CONTIGUOUS STATES

Due to a recent increase in demand, analysis turn around time will take longer than normal. It may take 20 business days or longer to receive your results.

Due to a recent increase in demand, kit shipping will take longer than normal. It may take up to 5 business days to process and ship your order.

IT'S AS EASY AS 1-2-3

1. Collect a sample of your water

It's as easy as filling a few bottles with your water sample and completing a short form. Our kits include easy-to-follow instructions.

2. Ship it to our laboratory

Return your kit to our laboratory using guaranteed next-day delivery or drop the kit off if you are in the neighborhood.

3. Receive your in-depth report

We'll give you an easy-to-read report that has all of your results compared side-by-side with National EPA Standards. If you need help with the results, just call us.

Customer Questions

QUESTION

How do I know which test to buy?

ANSWER

The type of analysis you choose should be based upon your specific concerns, your water source and what contaminates may potentially be in the water. If you are on a city water supply, you may want to test for the by-products of disinfection and heavy metals as they are likely to be in the water. If you are on a private well it is important to test for bacteria as that is a common contaminant, as well as naturally occurring contaminants such as arsenic, radon, barium, iron and manganese.


QUESTION

How often should I test my water?

ANSWER

Water quality can vary greatly based upon natural fluctuations in the water source and the types of treatment techniques utilized by the water department. If you are on a private well, there are no regulations which require regular testing of the water, so you are responsible for ensuring the water is safe to drink. The EPA recommends minimally testing your water at least once a year for bacteria and nitrates.


QUESTION

When do I get the results?

ANSWER

This will also depend on the type of analysis you choose, as some tests can be performed more quickly than others. We have several Quick Series packages in which results are available within 2-3 days of receipt at the laboratory. For our more comprehensive testing packages like the Well Check Deluxe it does take about 10-12 business days.

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