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JBL Nitrate No3 test

  • alat tester pengukur Nitrate / No3
  • memberikan hasil tes kandungan Nitrate dengan akurat pada akuarium air tawar, air laut dan kolam taman
  • range of values:< 0,5; 1; 10; 15; 30; 50; 120; 240; > 240 mg/l. dengan 11 skala warna dari kuning sampai oren-merah
  • untuk 50 kali pemakaian

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Rp.219.000

alat tester pengukur Nitrate / No3

JBL Nitrate No3 test, alat pengukur kadar Nitrate pada akuarium air tawar, air laut maupun air kolam taman. Menggunakan metode kompensasi yang di kembangkan oleh JBL, mampu memberikan hasil yang akurat dan dapat di andalkan bahkan pada air yang keruh, misalnya yang disebabkan oleh peat filter atau pengobatan lainnya.

Why test?

The following applies to freshwater and saltwater as well as to garden ponds:
The process involved in the breakdown or the mineralization of organic matter in the water (feed and plant debris, fish excrement) follows these stages: proteins - ammonium - nitrite - nitrate.

Certain bacteria are responsible for this process. Measuring the intermediate stages ammonium, nitrite and nitrate allows certain conclusions to be made about the “function” of the system “aquarium” or the system “pond”. Normally, ammonium and nitrite should not be allowed to enrich above concentrations of 0.2 mg/l (ppm). If they do, the bacterial balance may be disturbed.

A continuous increase in the nitrate content, especially in the aquarium,accompanied by a low or undetectable ammonium and nitrite content, is characteristic of a well-functioning bacteria balance but indicates at the same time a insufficient balance in the aquarium (too many fish, not enough nitrate-consuming plants, too few water changes).In garden ponds this often happens with highly populated koi ponds without ground-covering material and marshy area, which works as a plant based purification system.

In heavily planted aquariums without fish or with only a few small fish the opposite may occur: Nitrate becomes a deficiency and needs dosed additions for the plants to thrive and grow. This is especially the case with so-called aquascaping, a specialized trend to create underwater landscapes in the aquatic field.

If phosphate is present in the water in addition to nitrate, levels of nitrate which are too high promote the growth of unwanted algae. This is why the nitrate content of the water should be kept below 30 mg/l (ppm) in freshwater and 20
mg/l (ppm) in saltwater. In garden ponds the nitrate level should not exceed 10 mg/l and ideally it should not be measurable. In ponds which have not been correctly planned, nitrates from fertilisers used on the surrounding area can often seep into the pond.


Ringkasan kegunaan produk :

  • alat tester pengukur Nitrate / No3
  • memberikan hasil tes kandungan Nitrate dengan akurat pada akuarium air tawar, air laut dan kolam taman
  • range of values:< 0,5; 1; 10; 15; 30; 50; 120; 240; > 240 mg/l. dengan 11 skala warna dari kuning sampai oren-merah
  • untuk 50 kali pemakaian

 

Informasi lainnya

  • Tipe : Cair
  • Jumlah pemakaian : 50 kali

 

Instructions

1. Repeatedly rinse both test jars with the water to be tested.
2. Use the enclosed syringe to fill each of the test jars with 10 ml of sample water.
3. Add the reagents to one of the test jars as follows:
a) 2 large measuring spoonfuls (broad end of the enclosed double-ended spoon) of reagent 1;
b) 6 drops of reagent 2, seal and shake very vigorously* for 1 minute; (powder does not dissolve completely: for better colour comparison, hold the test jar at an angle until the remaining powder collects on the side);
c) Allow to settle until the colouring develops fully (10 minutes).
(For b) if the mixture is not shaken long enough or vigorously enough, the test results may be too low.
4. Place both test jars into the comparator block: the jar with added reagent
into the smooth end of the comparator block, the jar with the untreated test
water (blank sample) into the notched end of the comparator block.
5. Move the comparator block together with the vessels backwards and forwards on the colour chart, with the notched side of the block facing the scale, until the colour of the sample treated with reagent matches the colour under the blank sample as closely as possible.
6. Read the nitrate content in the notch of the comparator block.