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  1. 125 gallon tank

    I need to learn how to use this program and post images and videos please give me any suggestions thank you
  2. Marine Depot
    Win a Hanna Instruments Calcium Checker Colorimeter! Calcium is an essential building block for corals, clams and coralline algae. This week we are giving away a Hanna Instruments Calcium Checker Colorimeter (a $49.99 value!) so you can easily and accurately measure the calcium level in your...
  3. Stand And Canopy

    Stand and Canopy
  4. The Odd Couple

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  5. General Reef Discussion
    Hi, I did my tests tonight and I have a question: When I did my calcium test it didn't change colour. I did it twice just to make sure I didn't mess it up but same result, so that makes the reading 0. Do I need to do anything? Need to add some KH buffer but apart from that everything else...
  6. Labsiii

    labsiii
  7. General Reef Discussion
    I sent an e-mail out to API, Aquarium Pharmaceuticals, asking them about the "life span" of their testing solutions... This was touched on in another thread, I can't find it right now. e-mail Response: Saying, if the testing solutions are still around five years after you've purchased...
  8. Coral

    coral
  9. Vanessa's Pics

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  10. 75g Rr Start Up

    crab & dendro
  11. General Reef Discussion
    I just ran all tests on my 180 and the calcium is now an issue as well. It tested for nearly 600 ppm. My alk is low and I am having trouble raising it. All corals look fine, but I need to get this issue in check. I dont think its the test kit since everything else tested fine. How are Alk and...
  12. Nano Reefs
    Hi everyone :wavey: I'm setting up a 12g nano reef tank and I had a question (big surprise huh :)) anywhooo,, my question is about cycling the tank, is there a guide out there that could tell me the rules of this procedure? I want to do everything very slowly and take my time with this...
  13. Instruction manuals
    Instant Ocean Saltwater ReefMaster Test Kit pH Test Range: 7.8 to 8.6 Use: Monitor pH and identify the need for water changes or the addition of buffer to maintain proper pH. In addition to nitrate, aquarium nitrification (conditioning) also produces acid. The acid depletes buffers and results...
  14. Instruction manuals
    Red Sea Test Labs Master Reef Lab Nitrate Why Test For Nitrate? Nitrate (NO3-) is produced in the aquarium by the biological filter. Beneficial bacteria in the biological filter convert toxic ammonia and nitrite into nitrate. A high nitrate level indicates a buildup of fish waste and organic...
  15. Instruction manuals
    Aquarium Pharmaceuticals KH/Carbonate and Calcium Test Kits KH/Carbonate Test Kit What is Carbonate Hardness? Carbonate hardness (also known as alkalinity) is the measure of carbonate and bicarbonate ion concentrations dissolved in water. These minerals are present in municipal, well, and...
  16. Instruction manuals
    Aquarium Pharmaceuticals Reef Master Liquid Test Kit Warning: Several of the included solutions are harmful and require precautions to be taken for your safety. Please make sure to read included instruction manual before working with these solutions. Calcium Test Instructions Why Test for...
  17. SPS Coral Forum
    OK, after the algae explosion, I stopped dosing like I was told I needed to, and got a calcium tester. . and it seems if I used the darn thing right, that I have lots of calcium(it took forever to turn the water blue). The water is out of limestone well, so that might be why.. . Anyway, I...
  18. General Reef Discussion
    my alk/dKH kit came in today...the LFS guy tested his tank..it came to 8dKH wich is good.. 8-12 is where it should be...mine........IS AT 4 !!!!!! i tested several times & both tanks..its 4....his tested the SAME way at 8...am i still doing something wrong ? 1. How did it get this Low!?!? 2...
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