Professional Water Testing
Hailing from Aurora, Colorado it is our mission to spread the word about the necessity of water treatment technologies and all its uses to the world. We want to make a clear statement that polluted water can be more than just dangerous and hazardous to humans and to the environment surrounding them. Polluted water can destroy entire ecosystems and if we do not raise the alarm on time, who knows what the future consequences are going to be. It is our duty to save our planet and improve the quality of our most precious liquid called water.
Our team is comprised of experts, scientists and specialists who are fully dedicated to design the ultimate water treatment products that will help our clients to improve the quality and chemical and biological content of their water, so that it can be used for almost any purposes. Whether you are part of the food, bottled water or any other industry where filtered water plays a major role, it is up to our team to find the best possible solution that will give you the most satisfying result. Members of our team are working around the clock tirelessly.
Water testing is a general term used to address certain methods to check if there are specific contaminants present in your water. These contaminants can be a leading cause for infectious diseases like cholera, salmonella and many more. Water testing is necessary to determine specific water quality problems and is also done to help to ensure the effectiveness of your water treatment system.
Choosing the Right Test for Your Needs
Here at Liquid Logic we make sure that your water is tested using sophisticated tools to guarantee the best results. The Public Health Office recommends that our waters are tested for:
- Total Coliform Bacteria
- pH-Level, Color, and Turbidity
What We Also Offer
Water Check Plus
We analyze your water looking for traces of 34 different heavy metals & minerals and 19 organic chemicals
This test is useful if you see any signs of corrosion in your plumbing fixtures.
Other Specialized Bacteria Testing