JBL Potassium Test Refill

£13.00 inc. VAT

  • Simple and reliable control of water values. Checks the freshwater aquarium fertilisation by determining the ideal potassium value
  • Quick test: fill cuvette with sample water, add reagents, fill turbid sample water into special glass vial until underlying cross is no longer visible, read filled in quantity. This value is equivalent to the potassium content in mg/l
  • Use with diatom problems
  • Online Laboratory: regular control for a healthy aquarium with natural conditions. JBL has water tests in the form of quick tests or colour change tests for every water analysis. Testing aquarium water for healthy, clear water
  • Package contents: 1 quick test, K Potassium Test Set. Contents for approx. 25 measurements. Incl. 2 reagents, special glass vial, syringe, dosing spoon and colour scale. Refill reagents available separately

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Description

Healthy aquariums with conditions close to nature
The right water values are dependent on the fish stock and the plants in the aquarium. Even if the water looks clear it can be contaminated. With bad values diseases or algae can appear in the aquarium. To maintain a healthy aquarium with conditions close to nature it is important to check and adapt the water values regularly.

For each water analysis JBL provides water tests in the form of quick tests or colour change tests. These determine a certain value or several values in one go. With these water tests you can recognise algae problems and negative nitrate, nitrite, potassium, magnesium values etc.

Why test?
Potassium is one of the macroelements which plants in freshwater absorb quickly and effectively within a few hours and can also store for a limited time. Growing plants require more potassium than other elements. As a result, potassium concentrations can drop to a minimum range, causing plant growth to stagnate, even if the aquarium water is fertilised regularly. Potassium levels in mains water are usually too low compared to those in natural biotopes, particularly with relation to calcium and magnesium concentrations.