Aquarium Test Kits
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Hanna Instruments Checker Copper High Range Colorimeter
4.8 out of 5 stars with 57 reviews
The Hanna Instruments Copper High Range Checker (HI702) is a simple, accurate, and cost effective way to measure high ranges of copper. Designed as a more accurate alternative to chemical test kits, the Hanna Instruments Copper High Range Checker provides quick, accurate results in a few easy steps. Features at-a-glance: Easier to use and more accurate than chemical test kits Dedicated to a single parameter Small size, big convenience Ideal for: Water quality, Environmental, Plating, Education
Seneye Home Aquarium Monitor
mpn: SEN000039, ean: 0886455000006,
4.7 out of 5 stars with 39 reviews
Ever lost a fish and not know why? Ever experience new tank syndrome and wished there was a way of knowing when the water is safe for your fish? With a seneye Home it's now possible for even the most inexperienced fish keeper to be successful and become an expert. Automatic monitoring with a seneye Home can save fish from the devastating effects of ammonia poisoning, as well as from harmful swings in pH and temperature. The intelligent software can even alert the you before there is a problem,
Apera Instruments AI235 5052 Saltwater Salinity Tester (0-100 PPT, ±1.5% Accuracy) for Aquariums, aquaculture, Environmental Monitoring, Stainless Steel/Plastic
By Apera Instruments, LLC
mpn: AI235, ean: 0810214030485,
4.7 out of 5 stars with 46 reviews
The Apera 5052 Saltwater Salinity Tester is designed for easy and reliable salinity measurements for aquarium, aquaculture, and environmental monitoring. Apera’s unique platinum-coated sensor with automatic temperature compensation (ATC) ensures accuracy and precision of the measuring results in a wide range –an accuracy of ±1.5% of full range in 0 to 100 ppt (=100,000 ppm).The dip-and-test is the easiest way to get reliable saltwater salinity readings (vs. hydrometers and refractometers).