The OXFAM-DELAGUA portable water monitoring kit was designed at the University of Surrey in 1985 in collaboration with Oxfam. The kits test for the key WHO water parameters; pH, turbidity, free and total chlorine, temperature and microbiological contamination. DelAgua's kits are used in over 130 countries with an average lifespan of 15 years
DelAgua distributes other manufacturers' products associated with portable water testing & treatment in the developing world. Approximately 1,000 are featured on this website and over 60,000 can be sourced on request. Generous supplier discounts, which are passed on to customers, enable DelAgua to offer a complete, cost effective testing and treatment solution.
DelAgua offers pre-sales support for all products and post-sales support for its own products, which includes a day's free training at its offices in Wiltshire. Training at customers' premises can be arranged for a fee, including overseas. Analytical support can be organised with the University of Surrey and diagnostics tools are free to use on this site.
Through DelAgua's links with the University of Surrey, other Universities and selected companies, DelAgua has access to significant R&D resources. DelAgua is currently working on 2 projects: The DelAgua Water Purifier and Quicktest.
Founded in 1985 and spun out of the University of Surrey in 2006, DelAgua Water Testing Limited designs, manufactures, distributes and supports water testing and treatment products for use in the developing world.