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  • Tropic Marin KH/Alkalinity Pro Test Kit

    £26.98 inc. VAT

    The Tropic Marin KH/Alkalinity Pro Test is a high resolution test kit for the determination of the alkalinity with a resolution of up to 0.1 °dH per titration; including a conversion table to other units.

  • Tropic Marin Calcium/Magnesium Pro Test Kit

    £43.98 inc. VAT

    The Tropic Marin Calcium/Magnesium Pro Test Kit allows the aquarist to determine the Calcium and Magnesium concentrations reliably and separately with a resolution of 4 mg/l Ca and 20 mg/l Mg.

  • Tropic Marin Potassium+ Pro Test Kit

    £40.98 inc. VAT

    The Tropic Marin Potassium+ Pro Test Kit allows the Aquarist to determine the potassium concentrations reliably with a resolution of 5 mg/l.

  • Tropic Marin Nitrite/Nitrate Pro Test Kit

    £34.98 inc. VAT

    The Tropic Marin Nitrite/Nitrate Pro Test allows the Aquarist to determine the nitrite and nitrate concentrations with a particularly high accuracy in the low concentration range between 0 and 1 ppm for nitrite and between 0 – 20 ppm for nitrate.

  • Tropic Marin Phosphate Pro Test Kit

    £25.98 inc. VAT

    The Tropic Marin Phosphate Pro Test allows the Aquarist to determine the phosphate concentration with a particularly high accuracy in the low concentration range between 0.01 and 1 mg/l.

  • Tropic Marin NP-Standard

    £11.98 inc. VAT

    Tropic Marin NP Standard consists of a solution with nitrate and phosphate, in known concentrations, prepared in the test laboratory. It allows you to quickly check the precision of test kits for nitrate and phosphate. The deviation can be determined and a correction factor can be calculated as necessary.

  • Tropic Marin Multi-Standard

    £13.98 inc. VAT

    Tropic Marin Multi-Standard is a solution, produced in the laboratory, and tested by means of ICP-OES. The solution is made with measured concentrations of calcium, magnesium, potassium and KH/ alkalinity. It can be used to check the accuracy of test kits for those parameters and to calculate a correction factor, if the test kit is found to have a variance.

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