API Aquarium Test Kit Liquid Titration Color Change Fresh/Salt Water Aquarium
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- May 17, 16:29 PDT
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EACH KIT COMES COMPLETE WITH:INSTRUCTIONS, TEST TUBE, COLOR CARD AND TESTING SOLUTION(S)
AMMONIA TEST KITQuickly & accurately measures the level of ammonia in pond water, reading levels from 0 ppm to 8 ppm. Makes 130 tests. Determines the level of toxic ammonia in both new & established ponds. Ammonia is continuously produced from fish waste urine, uneaten fish food & decaying plants & dead insects. Includes test solution, glass test tube w/ cap, color chart & instructions.
CALCIUM TEST KITCalcium is one of the most important elements in a reef aquarium. Reef invertebrates such as corals, crustaceans, mollusks and even some types of encrusting algae need calcium to grow and remain healthy. Over time, calcium levels drop as invertebrates use calcium in aquarium water. This kit allows you to easily and accurately measure calcium levels and maintain a healthy reef aquarium. Measures calcium levels as low as 20mg/L. Uses titration method, with easy to see color change for precise measurement. For use in reef aquariums
COPPER TEST KITCopper, a common treatment for many parasitic infections, must be monitored in an aquarium or a pond. The copper level can drop too low for the treatment to be effective, or can increase to a point that is detrimental to fish health. Copper may even be present in your tap water. This kit allows you to easily and accurately monitor copper levels to maintain copper-based fish treatments at therapeutic levels. Tests copper levels from 0 to 4 ppm. Measures both free and chelated copper. For use in Freshwater or Saltwater Aquariums or Ponds
NITRATE TEST KIT
A high nitrate level indicates a build-up of fish waste and organic compounds, resulting in poor water quality and algae growth. Maintaining a low nitrate level improves the health of fish and invertebrates, so aquarium water should be tested for nitrate to make sure it does not reach an undesirable...