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The OxyGuard Polaris is a portable Dissolved Oxygen (D.O.) meter. It measures percent saturation, mg/l (ppm) and temperature. Measurements are compensated for temperature, salinity and barometric pressure. The probe is fully field serviceable. The meter is powered by a 9 V battery.The Polaris has a larger display with backlight and o...
A complete outfit for pond fish culture, ideal for fresh water analysis. Nine critical test factors can be efficiently and accurately determined on site.Designed with field analysis as a priority; all reagents, components and accessories are arranged in pre-drilled ethafoam. Short form instructions are provided in a handy lid label for easy acce...
To know how toxic ammonia is to your fish, you must know the ammonia level, the pH level and the temperature. A total ammonia level of 10 mg/l may not be harmful to trout at a pH of 6.0, but it would be deadly if the pH were 7.0. The test kits measure total ammonia. Total ammonia consists of both non-toxic NH4 + (ionized) and toxic NH3 (unioni...
Chlorine and chloramines (chlorine/ammonia complex) are toxic to fish and the presence of one or the other can be expected in your municipal water supply. For aquaculture applications, chlorine should be removed chemically. For testing fresh water only. There are 50 tests per kit. Testing takes 2 minutes. Range: 0.2 to 3.0 mg/l.
Developed specifically for the aquaculture market, this meter is waterproof and includes a galvanic probe with 4, 10 or 15 meter cable. Features automatic temperature compensation, backlit display plus salinity and altitude manual compensation. Includes: probe, cable, spare membrane, solution, shockproof rubber boot and battery. Unit automatic...
Phosphates enter water supplies from wastewater treatment, sewage, soil runoff, fish foods, etc. Although necessary for biological processes, too much phosphate may cause excessive growth of algae and plants. Testing takes 2 minutes. Range: 0.5 to 100 ppm.
This is a measure of hydrogen ion concentration, or more simply, whether the solution is acidic or basic. Units 0 to 6.9 are referred to as acidic. Units 7.1 to 14 are considered basic and pH 7.0 is neutral. Test takes 2 minutes. There are 50 tests per kit. Range: 5.0 to 10.0.
This is the final nitrogen product formed by bacterial oxidation of ammonia. Although it is not usually considered a threat to freshwater fish, it is a plant nutrient and can harm marine invertebrates.Testing takes 12 minutes. There are 50 tests per kit. Range: 1 to 15 mg/litre.
This kit provides an inexpensive alternative to a dissolved oxygen meter. Testing takes 5 minutes. There are 50 tests per kit. Range: 0 to 10 mg/liter. Note: These tests may not give accurate results when used with ammonia reducing chemicals.
Copper as copper sulfate is often used in fish culture as an algaecide, but it can be lethal to fish even at low levels, especially with low pH and alkalinity levels. It can be very toxic to juvenile clams and other invertebrates, particularly saltwater species. Testing takes one minute.There are 50 tests per kit. Range: 0.05 to 1.0 mg/liter.