Use aquarium controllers, monitors and test kits to measure key water parameters.
In a marine aquarium strontium plays an important role in accelerating the growth of coral and calcareous algae and natural sea water contains approx. 7 - 9 mg/L strontium.
Strontium is very difficult to test for, but if there is found to be a depletion of calcium in the aquarium then strontium levels are likely to be very low as well. It is advisable to maintain a strontium concentration of between 5 and 20 mg/L.
Salifert was the first to introduce a strontium test kit and this test measures both ionically free and moderately complex strontium in increments of 5 mg/L.
Sufficient for up to 25 tests.
Marine use only.
All living organisms, even plants, require oxygen to survive and thrive.
A low oxygen concentration will cause the aquariums inhabitants to slowly suffocate making them increasingly likely to become ill.
Oxygen is also required by an aquariums biological filtration to convert toxic ammonia and nitrite to nitrate.
The Tetra Test enables you to easily measure oxygen levels in your aquarium to ensure that you are providing suitable conditions.
An easy guide and comparison chart is included.
Each test kits provides around 30 tests.