Aquaforest Phosphate PO4 Test Pro
AF Phosphate TestPro is designed for quick measurement of phosphate ions in a marine aquarium. Phosphate is a breeding ground for the growth of undesired algae, so it is very important to constantly monitor its concentration in marine tanks. In addition, a high concentration of phosphate may be harmful to corals. Phosphate levels in the marine aquarium should not exceed 0.02 mg/l (ppm).
This Test Kit contains sufficient reagents to perform 40 tests of phosphate concentration.Learn More£17.95
Aquaforest Nitrate NO3 Test Pro
AF Nitrate TestPro is designed for quick measurement of nitrate ions in marine aquariums. Nitrate in water is the end result of biological filtration. High concentrations of nitrate cause the growth of undesirable algae. Nitrate levels in reef aquariums should be 2-5 mg/l (ppm).
This test kit contains sufficient reagents to perform 40 tests of nitrate concentration.Learn More£17.95
Aquaforest Magnesium Test Pro
Aquaforest TestPro Magnesium is designed to quickly measure the concentration of Magnesium (Mg) in marine water. Magnesium plays an important role in many biological processes. Adequate level of Magnesium is crucial in maintaining proper Calcium and Alkalinity balance in reef aquaria. Mg levels should be analysed regularly, together with other critical water parameters like Calcium and Alkalinity. The concentration of Magnesium in natural seawater is between 1260-1460 mg/l (ppm).
Test Kit contains sufficient reagents to perform approx. 55-60 separate tests within that range.Learn More£14.95
Aquaforest Calcium Test Pro
Aquaforest TestPro Ca is designed to quickly measure the calcium content in the marine aquariums, freshwater aquariums, ponds or water reservoirs. In order to ensure the proper functioning of the marine aquarium calcium levels should be maintained in the range 380-460 mg/l (ppm).
The set contains enough reagents to perform 55-65 determinations of calcium levels.Learn More£14.95
Aquaforest Alkalinity Test Pro
Aquaforest TestPro KH is designed to quickly measure carbonate hardness in the marine aquariums. In order to ensure the proper functioning of the marine aquarium, alkalinity should vary between 6.5-8.0 dKH for Ultra Low Nutrient Systems (ULNS). Higher values are permissible for aquariums with higher nutrients.
The set contains enough reagents to perform 78-100 determinations of carbonate hardness.Learn More£9.95