Waterline Testing Kits
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Waterline Testing Kits – Description
The ProEdge Dental Unit Waterline Testing Kit is the simple and reliable way to ensure your patients are safe.
Complete: Everything you need for effective dental unit water-line testing.
Easy to Use: Collect water samples from each dental unit in separate test vials and place in provided mailer. Samples are received and processed immediately.
Free Return Shipping: On express kits, return shipping of your water samples is included and free.
Accurate Results: A complete test results report is faxed/emailed to you after the samples are processed (7 Days). Tests are guaranteed to be accurate heterotrophic plate counts of your water samples.
COMPLETE WATER TESTING KITS
|Item #||Test Kit Type / Vial Amount||Description||MSRP|
|80101||Express Kit – 1 Vial||Includes mailer kit, lab service, 1 sample vial & FREE Fedex overnight shipping||$73.95|
|70101||Standard Kit – 1 Vial||Includes mailer kit, lab service, & 1 sample vial||$38.50|
|80100||Additional Test Vials – 1 Vial||Add as many test vials as you need (Each water source requires a different sample test vial)||$21.00|
|Free consultation with ProEdge water expert following every test|
▶Water samples must be submitted in the mailer pack with ice pack provided.
▶▶Overnight shipping is required for accurate test results – FedEx overnight return shipping is included with all standard kits.
FEEL SECURE KNOWING YOUR WATER IS SAFE
Too Many Offices Are at Risk
The majority of dental practices do not test their waterlines regularly like the ADA & CDC recommend. Another 1/3 of those who do test still fail to meet the 500 CFU/mL guideline. Why? Microbials don’t give up easily, and finding the right solution for each office can be tricky because some products simply don’t work very well.
- Passed Tests (<500 CFU/ml)
- Failed Tests (>500 CFU/ml)
That’s too many patients exposed – which is why ProEdge tests not only provide you accurate results so you know where you stand, but our free consultations with water experts will help you find the right solution and achieve safe water if you do not pass your water test.
COMPLIANCE WITH CDC GUIDELINES
The CDC recommends dental practices ensure the use of water that meets environmental protection agency regulatory standards for drinking water (≤500 colony forming units (CFU)/mL of heterotrophic water bacteria) for non-surgical dental treatment output water.
Both the CDC & ADA recommend regular testing as the only way to know your water meets those requirements.
The Standard of Care:
All Dental settings should:
- Use water that meets the 500CFU/mL standard for routine procedures
- Treat Dental Unit Water Lines (using distilled or untreated water is insufficient)
- Monitor frequently per manufacturer’s recommendations
- Use sterile water or saline for surgery
The ADA guidelines state: “Clinical monitoring of water quality ensure[s] that procedures are correctly performed. Dentists should consult with the manufacturer of their dental unit or water delivery system to determine the recommended frequency of monitoring.”
THE PROEDGE WATER TESTING PROCESS: 5 EASY STEPS
1. TAKE A WATER SAMPLE DIRECT FROM EACH WATERLINE
2. FEDEX OVERNIGHT TO PROEDGE WATER LABS (FREE WITH STANDARD KITS)
3. PROEDGE PROCESSES THE SAMPLES USING GOLD STANDARD METHODS
4. COMPLETE WATERLINE SAFETY REPORT EMAILED TO YOUR TEAM
5. FREE CONSULTATION WITH OUR SAFE WATER SPECIALISTS TO HELP YOU ACHIEVE OR MAINTAIN SAFE WATER
Gold-Standard Testing & Laboratory Methodology
ProEdge Dental Water Labs is the most experienced dental water lab in the industry. We know you’re counting on us to provide accurate results and we take that responsbility seriously. For over 15 years, we’ve been dedicated to matching the latest testing gold standards and relying on expert partnerships to produce the most reliable waterline test results in the industry.
Review our testing and laboratory methods that have been developed in conjunction with experts in both water testing and dental infection control as well as OSAP (The Organization for Safety, Asepsis, and Prevention).