The brand new Lumiso Pooltest 4 is ideal for testing spas and indoor pools, inclusive of tests for alkalinity, bromine, chlorine and pH.
High accuracy electronic water tester, ideal for spas and indoor pools
Lightweight kit design, with space for all accessories and reagents
USB connectivity to enable data management and compliance
Easy to operate and quick to deliver results
Trusted technology, using the global standard DPD method. Developed by our very own Dr Palin
Have full confidence in your results and data compliance
Lumiso uses expert colorimetric analysis to deliver quick and clear results, enabling operators to optimise their water chemistry. View results on the instrument data log or use the USB to manage your data on a PC.
New lightweight kit, inclusive of all required accessories
The new Lumiso Pooltest 4 is packaged in a custom case, inclusive of all necessary reagents and accessories. With space for additional items including spare test tubes and check standards, there is no need to carry additional equipment.
Inclusive of standard and extended range chlorine
The new Lumiso Pooltest 4 removes the need for choice or dilution by including both standard (0 – 5 mg/L) and extended range chlorine (0 – 10 mg/L).
Stay leisure safe with Lumiso Pooltest 4, ideal for spas and indoor pools
Regular testing of pool and spa facilities is required to ensure the safety of swimmers and to protect the pool and spa infrastructure. Lumiso Pooltest 4 includes testing for chlorine, bromine, pH and total alkalinity, to optimise your treatment plan and ensure water safety for pool users.
Completely waterproof and suitable for humid environments
Whilst we would always recommend keeping your instrument and kit clean and dry, we know that from time to time it will inevitably become wet or end up in the pool. That’s why Lumiso has been optimised for poolside use or use in humid environments, with an advanced instrument sealing system and a waterproof reagent box which can be restocked with reagent refill packs. Not only does this protect from water damage but also minimises the amount of packaging used in our kits.
Photometers should be regularly cleaned to ensure that your instrument is reading correctly and is not affected by dust or water marks.
To clean a compact or Lumiso photometer, place a small amount of anti- static cleaning foam on to a lint free cloth and wipe the instrument.
For multiparameter photometers, you should clean several parts of your instrument. To clean, place a small amount of anti- static cleaning foam on to a lint free cloth and wipe the instrument.
The first image shows the surface around the sample holder, all visible marks on this area should be removed
Outside optics base plate.
Turn the instrument over and undo the two screws on the base of the instrument, as demonstrated in the second image. Gently wipe the curved areas near the LEDs and the flat area on the opposite side.
Inside optics base plate
Contamination on the inside of the base plate can migrate onto your calibration tubes leading to scratches which damage the standards. If marks cannot be removed from the base plate, a new base plate should be fitted.
When refitting or replacing a base plate, you must ensure screws are tightened so that the standards are set are the correct height. Failure to do so can lead to compromised results.
Which disinfectant system is best for my pool?
The size, location and amount of use your pool sees will impact which disinfectant system is most suitable. All disinfection systems have advantages and disadvantages.
For more information about managing your pool download our pool chemistry guide. Palintest always recommend that you consult your local authority to determine the correct disinfectant level for your water.