||Easy-to-use liquid test kit measures dissolved oxygen in aquariums
||Measure oxygen levels to maintain a healthy aquarium environment
||Fast test results for dissolved oxygen content in just a few minutes
Quick and accurate test for dissolved oxygen content. Proper oxygen concentration is vital for aquarium inhabitants and the overall health of the aquarium environment. The Salifert Oxygen Profi Test allows extremely fast, professional measurement of dissolved oxygen. Maintaining proper oxygen levels is especially important in marine aquariums because of the low solubility of oxygen in saltwater. The Salifert Oxygen Test Kit is a "must-have" test kit for hobbyists with sophisticated aquarium devices such as calcium reactors, CO2 systems, or ozonizers, where regular monitoring of oxygen level is crucial. 50 tests. Use for freshwater or marine aquariums.
Range: 2 - 14 ppm
This oxygen test can be used for testing:
- Marine water
- Fresh water (tap, RO,)
- Freshwater aquarium
- Garden pond water
Reagent 02-1 is irritating and contains a base. In case of contact with the skin, wash with plenty of water.
In case of contact with the eyes, wash with plenty of water and consult a physician immediately.
If swallowed, contact a physician immediately.
Keep out of reach of children. Not for consumption.
- Add to the test vial 5 ml of water.
- Add 5 drops of 02-1 and swirl gently for 20 seconds. Do not shake since this could change the oxygen content of the water too much.
- Add 5 drops of 02-2 and swirl gently for 15 seconds. Allow to stand 3 minutes for marine water or 1 minute for fresh water.
- Add 5 drops of 02-3 and swirl for 5 seconds after each drop. Allow 1 minute for color development.
- Place the test vial on a white part of the color scheme and compare the colors by looking from above. An intermediate color corresponds to intermediate oxygen content. The values on the color chart are in mg/L (ppm) oxygen.
Try to maintain in freshwater (aquarium or garden pond), an oxygen content of 8 mg/L or higher.
In marine water, an oxygen concentration of at least 7 mg/L is advisable.
Some fish need higher oxygen concentrations.