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Water Testing


Is aquarium water testing really necassary? - In a word - YES! In newly set up aquarium, water testing is critical to avoid fish loss as ammonia and nitrites rapidly rise. In an established tank, water testing is important to ensure the continued health of your fish. Water testing kits should be considered part of the operating expense associated with keeping an aquarium! Find kits from JBL, N.T Labs, Dymax, Ista, Red Sea, Salifert, Seachem and TMC.
  • <B>JBL Nitrite Test NO2 - 50 Tests</B>

  • NO2 test
  • 50 tests
  • AED52.50
  • <B>JBL Nitrate Test - 50 Tests</B>
    Easy and reliable monitoring of the water values of aquariums and ponds. Determines the ideal nitrate values to control the algae in freshwater and seawater
  • <B>N.T. Labs - Aquarium Lab Nitrate Test - 60 Tests</B>
    Nitrate is produced by the beneficial bacteria in the aquarium and filters as they break down the toxic waste products. Nitrate is not toxic to fish, but excessively high levels can affect their reproduction.

  • <B>API - Freshwater Master Test Kit</B>
    The Freshwater Master Test Kit measures freshwater aquariums 4 most important levels accurately and quickly. These 4 levels include pH, high range pH, ammonia, nitrate. The reusable master test kit comes with 4 snap-tight capped glass test tubes and a holding tub for convenience and easy storage. Includes instruction manual with color chart that gives information on correcting unsafe water conditions.

    Testing your aquarium water has never been so easy or accurate!
  • <B>API - Saltwater Master Test Kit</B>
    APT Saltwater Master Test Kit measures the saltwater parameters. The 4 most important ones measured are pH, ammonia, nitrite and nitrate. This aids to maintain a thriving salt water aquarium and makes it easy to test the tank's natural cycle. Testing is fast and gives very precise results. Comes with snap-tight capped glass test tubes and holding tub for convenient, easy storage. Includes complete instruction manual with color chart to give information on correcting unsafe water conditions.

    Testing your aquarium water has never been so easy or accurate!
  • <B>Ista - PH Monitor Set</B>
    ISTA pH Monitor - Very effective for Planted Aquarium co2 dosing and Saltwater Reef Aquarium Calcium reactor : calcium dosing
  • <B>Ista - Swing Arm Hydrometer</B>
    The Ista Hydrometer is a simple piece of equipment used to quickly and accuratly measure the salinity of the water in the marine aquarium.
  • <B>JBL - KH Test Set</B>
    Simple and reliable control of water values in aquariums and ponds. Determination of the optimal carbonate hardness for freshwater and saltwater
  • <B>JBL - Magnesium/Calcium Test</B>
    Simple and reliable control of water values in aquariums. Determines the ideal magnesium and calcium value for magnificent growth of corals and calciferous red algae.
  • <B>JBL - ProScan</B>
    Water analysis and diagnosis via smartphone: easy and safe control of the water values in freshwater aquariums. For the measurement of: gneral hardness, carbonate hardness, pH value, nitrite, nitrate, chlorine and CO2 calculation
  • <B>JBL - Testlab Marin</B>
    Simple and reliable monitoring of the water values in marine aquariums. Determination of: pH value, carbonate hardness, calcium, magnesium, copper, ammonium, nitrite, nitrate, phosphate, silicate, oxygen
  • <B>JBL - Testlab ProScape</B>
    Simple and reliable monitoring of the water values in aquariums. Determines: pH values, carbonate hardness, CO2-direct, iron, magnesium freshwater, potassium, phosphate, silicate and nitrate
  • <B>JBL - Testlab</B>
    Simple and reliable control of the water values in aquariums. Determines: pH value, carbonate hardness, general hardness, phosphate, nitrite, nitrate, iron, silicate, ammonium/ammonia
  • <B>JBL Easy Test 6-in-1 - 300 Tests</B>
    6-fold test strips for fast water tests. Now with Chlorine test to measure disinfectant level in tap water
  • <B>JBL pH Test Set 3.0-10.0 - 80 Tests</B>
    Easy and reliable monitoring of the water values of aquariums and ponds. Determines the ideal pH values for freshwater and seawater
  • <B>JBL pH Test Set 7.4-9.0 - 80 Tests</B>
    Easy and reliable monitoring of the water values of aquariums and ponds. Determines the ideal pH value for freshwater and seawater
  • <B>JBL Phospate Test - 50 Tests</B>
    Easy and reliable monitoring of the water values of aquariums and ponds. Determines the phosphate value to control algae in freshwater and seawater
  • <B>Red Sea - Nitrate / Nitrite Test Kit</B>
    This combined test kit provides either 160 nitrite or 100 nitrate plus 60 nitrite advanced colorimetric tests for marine aquariums.

    This kit is essential during the maturation of all marine and reef aquariums and is suitable for ongoing algae management with Red Sea’s NO3: PO4-X in fish-only systems.

  • <B>Red Sea - Seawater Refractometer</B>
    Offers exceptional accuracy, for measuring the absolute salinity of seawater at a temperature of 25 degree Celsius /77 degree Fahrenheit.
  • <B>Salifert - Ammonia NH4</B> (50Tests)
    Ammonia and ammonium are substances which should be converted rapidly into nitrite followed by nitrate and nitrogen gas.
    If this does not happen then the aquarium is not fully cycled or biological processes are not proceeding as they should.

  • <B>Salifert - Calcium Ca</B> (50-100Tests)
    Calcium is a major constituent of calcareous algae, skeletal material of hard corals and the skeletal needles of soft/leather corals. Calcium also fulfills many biological functions.
    Quite often a too low calcium concentration retards coral and calcareous algae growth.

    NSW contains 400 – 450 mg/L calcium. Which is also the value we should strive for. For a stable aquarium environment the fluctuation in calcium content should preferably not more than approx. 15 mg/L. This automatically means that the calcium test should be able to monitor comparable fluctuations.
  • <B>Salifert - Nitrate NO3</B> (60Tests)
    Nitrate testing
    When an aquarium has insufficient regions deprived of oxygen (= anaerobic zones) or denitrification proceeds incompletely then nitrate will build-up.
    A too high nitrate concentration can result in unwanted algae-growth and these might irritate corals in their neighborhood.
    Nitrate as such also retards coral growth.
    The nitrate concentration in a proper functioning reef aquarium should preferably be lower than 1 mg/L. Fish-only aquariums would usually show much higher nitrate concentrations.
    Most test kits use a procedure in which a certain part of nitrate is converted chemically into nitrite and is measured as such.
    Once again, just as with nitrite testing, amine interference has a major impact on the measured value. If such an interference occurs concentrations much lower than actual will be measured.
  • <B>Salifert - Nitrite NO2 </B> (60tests)
    Nitrite is a substance that is toxic to fish and invertebrates.
    It is a misconception that once a tank is through its cycle (first 3 or 4 weeks) that nitrite has vanished.
    Many nitrite test kits suffer from interference by amines (such as naturally occurring and essential amino acids) resulting in a too low measured value especially if the nitrite concentration is relatively low.
    Nitrite is converted to nitrate in properly cycled aquariums. The thus formed nitrate is transformed into harmless nitrogen gas (=denitrification). This happens in areas deprived of oxygen within live rock and miscellaneous filter materials.
    Before it can be transformed to nitrogen gas the nitrate is first converted back to nitrite. When for whatever reason this particular cycle can not be completed, toxic nitrite can be present in significant concentration and readily be detected by test kits that do not suffer from amine interference.
  • <B>Salifert - PH Profi Test</B> (50Tests)
    The pH value can have a major impact on the growth of corals and calcareous algae and on many biological processes. The pH should not be allowed to fluctuate more than approx. 0.3 units during 24 hours and should preferably be kept between 8.0 and 8.2.

    If the pH is too low then the cause may be a too low alkalinity and/or insufficient aeration.
  • <B>Salifert - Phosphate PO4</B> (60Tests)
    Phosphate has several negative effects if present in a too high concentration. First of all undesirable algae growth might result. Making an aquarium an unpleasant sight.
  • <B>Salifert - Silicate Si Test Kit</B> (60Tests)
    Silicate occurs especially in tap water or in purified water when the RO or DI unit is not functioning properly. Silicate not only results in diatom bloom but might also block some essential trace elements such as vanadium and molybdenum.

    Salifert offers a very sensitive and accurate silicate test kit. Silicate content can be decreased by using the granular Phosphate-Killer or the liquid Phosphate-Eliminator. Although both are designed for phosphate removal they have also a very high affinity for silicate.
  • <B>Seachem - Ammonia Alert</B>
    Ammonia Alert™ lasts over 9 times as long as competing products (over a year compared to 4-6 weeks).
    Ammonia Alert™ is also almost half the size of competing products. It's small, clear, and unobtrusive, so it won't detract from the view of your aquarium.
  • <B>Seachem - pH Alert</B>
    pH Alert™ is a unique color device designed to be placed in the aquarium or filter and monitor pH continuously.
    A sensor changes color reversibly to alert you shifts to in pH levels between 5.8 and 8.2. No tests, no strips, just constant readings. Freshwater Only.
  • <B>Seachem - Reef Status Strontium</B>
    The first and only 10 minute strontium test! The test involves separation of strontium from the sample by a highly selective extraction technique, followed by a sensitive titration in 0.5 mg/L increments. Each kit runs 50 tests.
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