Control of marine water parameters is easier than ever before
Marine Water Set contains a photometer and all necessary reagents for the measurement of basic parameters in marine aquariums and in natural seawater. Suitable also as a study aid in eco-education. Allows controlling the most important water parameters vital for proper growth and conditions of marine organisms. The set contains the Exaqua photometer, reagents, and all required accessories to perform an immediate measurement.
All components are safely placed in well-ﬁtted slots made out of resistant foam, thus preventing their displacement during transport regardless of the case position. At the same time, the user has the possibility to organize, chose, and use the reagents in a very easy way.
Inside the set Marine Water Set: 7 parametrów / 9 metod
EXAQUA PRO3 portable multiwavelength photometerwith: – USB cable with power adaptor – instruction manual
Calcium Ca marine (method Z462) – reagent Ca-1 – reagent Ca-3 – powder Reagent Ca-2 – spatula – 1 ml syringe with tip – vial with hole cap
Magnesium Mg marine (method Z463) – reagent Mg-1 – reagent Mg-2 – 1 ml syringe with tip – vial with hole cap
Additional accessories: – vials with caps – 4 pcs. – 5 ml syringe (2 pcs.) – cleaning cloth – deionized water 100 ml
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Our bottles are FDA approved for food contact, strong, lightweight, and completely recyclable. Rest assured keeping your reef adequately fed is environmentally friendly.
If you're not ready to use your tisbe or apo copepods once you receive them you can store them by removing the cap and storing them at room temperature out of direct sunlight.
For Rotifers, and Tig pods remove the cap and store them in the fridge until ready.
Tisbe copepods reproduce extremely well in a reef tank. Keep in mind that the ability to establish a population depends on reproduction exceeding predation. Therefore if you have a lot of predation based on your reef tank stock, it's important to introduce an adequate amount.
The best time to introduce copepods is once the tank inhabitants are not very active. This would be once the lights are off after they have been fed heavily. They can be introduce into the display, back chamber of an all in one, or in a refugium.
No problem, just here over here and reach out to us and we'll get back to you with the best approach to keeping your reef thriving.
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