Development of inexpensive, user friendly Water Alert Test Kit to
detect harmful bacteria
Water contaminated with bacteria can cause serious diseases like cholera, typhoid, giardiasis and dysentery even death.
Regularly testing your drinking water for bacteria is a great way to ensure your family's good health.
SinoW kit is designed under the project (TDF 03-013) funded by HEC in GCWUF.
It detects the Presence/Absence of Fecal Coliform Bacteria in drinking water.
Delivers Reliable results within 16 Hours.
This test kit allows you to test at home, saving your time and money, that other testing methods involve.
Sending off to a lab to test can even cost 5 times the kit price.
A yellow color endpoint indicates presence of harmful bacteria (fecal coliform).
Follow the detailed instructions given with kit to determine your endpoint.
The Kingster University Alumni Association is excited to announce the arrival of KU Alumni Connect. This is a new community building platform for Kinster’s alumni. It is the only place online where you can find, and connect with, all 90,000 Kingster’s alumni. All alumni are automatically enrolled!
Kingster University was established by John Smith in 1920 for the public benefit and it is recognized globally. Throughout our great history, Kingster has offered access to a wide range of academic opportunities. As a world leader in higher education, the University has pioneered change in the sector.