The

refills page gives you a pretty good idea of the size of the reagents.

TF-100 contains:

K1000 Test Kit (OTO Total Chlorine and pH tests)

... Chlorine and pH Comparator tube combo

... R-0600 Orthotolidine (OTO) reagent (0.75 oz; 30 ml)

... R-0014 pH Indicator Solution (0.75 oz; 30 ml)

FAS/DPD Free Chlorine (FC) and Combined Chlorine (CC) Test

... R-870 Powder (10 grams) DPD Powder

... Small Blue Scoop

... R-871 dropper bottle (1 oz; 30 ml) FAS/DPD Chlorine titrant solution

... R-0003 dropper bottle (0.75 oz; 22 ml) DPD Reagent #3

... Graduated Cylinder (marked "For Chlorine Only")

Total Alkalinity (TA) Test

... R-0007 dropper bottle (1 oz; 30 ml) Chlorine Neutralizer (sodium thiosulfate) for Total Alkalinity test

... R-0008 dropper bottle (1 oz; 30 ml) Alkalinity indicator solution

... R-0009 dropper bottle (1 oz; 30 ml) Alkalinity titrant solution (sulfuric acid)

Calcium Hardness (CH) Test

... R-0010 dropper bottle (1 oz; 30 ml) Calcium buffer

... R-0011L dropper bottle (0.5 oz; 15 ml) Calcium indicator solution

... R-0012 dropper bottle (1 oz; 30 ml) Calcium Hardness titrant solution

Cyanuric Acid (CYA) Test

... Two R-0013 flip-top bottles (each 2 oz; 60 ml)

... CYA view tube

... Red Cap CYA Dispenser

Graduated Cylinder (for TA and CH tests)

The Taylor K-2006 has all reagent bottles be 0.75 oz; 22 ml. The CYA test in the TF100 requires twice the volume of R-0013 since it measures down to 20 ppm using a larger tube whereas the Taylor K-2006 only measures down to 30 ppm and uses a smaller tube so with the TF100 you get 120 ml of R-0013 solution while with the Taylor K-2006 you get 44 ml.

**You get about 36% more FAS/DPD chlorine, TA, CH and CYA tests with the TF100 vs. the K-2006. You get the same number of pH tests** (though the pH reagents are different and the comparator tube in the TF100 is smaller and has pH comparisons of 6.8, 7.2, 7.5, 7.8, 8.2 compared to the K-2006 which has 7.0, 7.2, 7.4, 7.6, 7.8, 8.0). The TF100 does not have the acid and base demand tests that are found in the K-2006.

Richard