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Here's what my test kit organizer looks like;

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Okay, maybe inside...

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And I made a little drying rack to keep the Hanna vials upside down.   

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Does anyone else use a Unitary Wash Bottle full of RO to perform your final rinse?  I suspect you can find it cheaper, but this is a good reference picture.

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15 hours ago, obrien.david.j said:

Here's what my test kit organizer looks like;

image.jpeg

Okay, maybe inside...

image.jpeg

And I made a little drying rack to keep the Hanna vials upside down.   

image.jpeg

Does anyone else use a Unitary Wash Bottle full of RO to perform your final rinse?  I suspect you can find it cheaper, but this is a good reference picture.

image.png

 

 

 

 

I love the drying rack idea with the bottles upside down, I will be incorporating that in to my next design revision!

 

yes I use a chemical wash bottle with RO/DI water to do the final rinse on my testing tools before everything get put a away.

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On 11/5/2022 at 6:26 AM, edsimmons said:

I love the drying rack idea with the bottles upside down, I will be incorporating that in to my next design revision!

 

yes I use a chemical wash bottle with RO/DI water to do the final rinse on my testing tools before everything get put a away.

Mine is an off the shelf standard rack.  Then I enlarged the upper holes.  Then I put blue tape upside down to hold the caps in place to dry.  :)

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12 hours ago, obrien.david.j said:

Mine is an off the shelf standard rack.  Then I enlarged the upper holes.  Then I put blue tape upside down to hold the caps in place to dry.  :)

Im going to work on a 3d printer version this week. Ill post pics once completed.

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