This fits your?. Make sure this fitsby entering your model number. ? EASY TO USE – Chlorine is an effective water disinfectant but requires certain concentration to be considered proper for use. Chlorine Test Strips are used in measuring the strength of free available chlorine in cleaning and sanitizing solutions. It??s simple: Dip the indicator ph test strips to the sanitizer solution, remove strip and compare any color change to the color chart provided. These chlorine test paper is used in the food service industry to keep chlorine in optimum levels ? FAST RESULTS IN SECONDS – The indicator strips darken over time so it’s best to compare color reactions in a quick manner. Note that bleach test strips stuck together generate a darker color. For a more accurate reading, do not shake the solution while dipping. The chlorine test paper measures concentrations between 10-200ppm (parts per million) with color matches at 10-50-100-200 ppm. ? COST-EFFECTIVE YET RELIABLE – These chlorine sanitizer test strips are preferred low cost and economical measuring tools for commercial establishments like restaurants. Other chlorine residual measuring methods include the use of devices like color comparators, colorimeters and chlorine DPD tablets. Compared to other test kits, the chlorine test strips are simple and more practical yet offer great results. ? HIGHLY IMPORTANT – The chlorine test paper method offers precision in reading chlorine levels in water. The strip design is perfectly suited for testing chlorine sanitizers in three-compartment kitchen sinks and dish machines found in food-related industries. Government health and sanitation regulations require the testing of chlorine-based sanitizers to maintain safe and proper chlorine concentrations. Chlorine testing is essential where water safety is of high importance. ? FOR RESTAURANT USE – The sanitizing water strips are created for use in restaurant settings particularly in the kitchen area where dishes and other utensils are washed. The strips will not work for testing tap or drinking water, saltwater or non-saltwater pools, undiluted bleach or solutions that use Quaternary Ammonia as the active ingredient. Quaternary ammonium (QUATs) is another type of sanitizer/disinfectant and is different from chlorine.