PREPARATION OF SOLUTIONS
17. Green-Marked Squeeze Bottle
Prepare a fresh reagent solution in the green- marked bottle every day that the kit is used.
a. Unscrew and remove the cap on the green-marked bottle.
b. Remove the dropper tip from the bottle (fig. 6).
Figure 6. Removing dropper tip from bottle
c. Empty the contents
of one plastic packet
of reagent (10, fig. 2) into the bottle taking care not
to spill any
reagent. Add one tablet from the green-top vial (9). Crush the tablet inside the plastic bottle by squeezing the walls of the
bottle gently. The plastic packets of powder reagent and the green-top vial of tablet reagent are contained in a plastic
d. Pour clear water (any water fit for drinking, treated or untreated) into the bottle until the liquid level reaches the
mark on the side of the bottle.
e. Replace the dropper tip and screw the cap on tightly. Shake the bottle vigorously until little or no solid material
settles to the bottom of the bottle.
The prepared solution is good for approximately 24 hours. Discard the solution remaining in the bottle after 24
hours and wash the bottle.
18. Blue-Marked Squeeze Bottle
a. The first time that the kit issued, remove the cap and the dropper tip (fig. 6) and fill)l the bottle with clear water
up to the mark on the side of the bottle.
b. Replace the tip and screw the cap on tightly. Shake the contents until the solid reagent dissolves.
This solution may be used until exhausted.
19. White-Marked Squeeze Bottle
The solution in the white-marked bottle is ready for use as received.
20. Red-Marked Dispenser
The substrate solution in the red-marked dispenser is ready for use as received.