"Red Sea Marine Care Master Test Kit" Complete Lab-Grade Tank Starter Multi-Test Kit Set (Includes 355 Tests for Ammonia / Ammonium, Nitrite, Nitrate, pH, and Alkalinity)
Brand: Red Sea
Item Number: RDSE-TST-MRNCR
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The Red Sea Marine Care Multi-Test Kit is a complete multi-test pack including all of the tests necessary to monitor the biological maturation of new systems (cycling new tanks) and for the ongoing maintenance and algae management of fish-only aquariums.
The Marine Care Multi-Test Kit includes tests for Ammonia / Ammonium, Nitrite, Nitrate, pH, and Alkalinity in a durable, chemical-resistant plastic box for safe storage of all reagents for long periods of time.
The kit includes very easily readable and laminated test color cards to resist any stray water that may get on them. This keeps the cards in perfect readable condition over time.
Function: Simplify the cycling of a new tank with all lab-grade precise test kit for measuring the chemical balance of marine aquariums through a cycle, all in one master kit.
# of Tests: 355 Total
- 100 Tests for NH3/NH4 (Ammonia / Ammonium)
- 50 Tests for NO2 (Nitrite)
- 50 Tests for NO3 (Nitrate)
- 100 Tests for pH
- 55 Tests for KH (Alkalinity)
- Comes with 3 High Clarity Glass Mixing Bottles
Here is the User's Manual for the Red Sea Marine Care Master Multi-Test Kit Set which shows Full Usage Instructions for each Test Kit in the Set.
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