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    Question Taylor 9193 CYA View Tube

    For using this Taylor 9193 CYA view tube , can I use my Taylor mixing tube that uses 7 ml of test water + 7 ml(K-2006) of reagent?

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    Re: Taylor 9193 CYA View Tube

    No.

    I just filled mine to the rim and then poured it into a graduated cylinder. It holds 30 ml to the top. If you only had 14 ml of sample and low CYA, you wouldn't be able to get a reading.
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    Re: Taylor 9193 CYA View Tube

    Yeah, thanks. That's what I thought. I just re-tested my CYA and wanted to use this tube and realized that the volume of it was larger that my other tube. From what I gather, I have the same reagent needed but what is the required volume (ml) of the mixture? /edit/ still just 50/50?

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    Re: Taylor 9193 CYA View Tube

    Quote Originally Posted by DaneCE View Post
    Yeah, thanks. That's what I thought. I just re-tested my CYA and wanted to use this tube and realized that the volume of it was larger that my other tube. From what I gather, I have the same reagent needed but what is the required volume (ml) of the mixture?
    I'd guess 15 ml of reagent and 15 ml of water, just in case it goes all the way to the top.
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