JBL PROAQUATEST EASY 7in1
Test strips for quick aquarium water testing

  • Test strips for testing 7 important water values in 1 minute: quick test for general guidance when testing aquarium, pond, well and tap water
  • Easy to use: Move the test strip in the water for 2-3 seconds. Remove the test strip. Let the water drain off sideways. Compare the test strip with the colour scale on the packaging after 1 minute. Read off the CO2 value in the table
  • Determines the following water values: chlorine, acidity (pH), general hardness (GH), toxic nitrite compound (NO2), cause of algae (NO3), pH stability (KH) and main plant nutrient (CO2 content using the table)
  • Further tests for phosphate or ammonium/ammonia etc. are available as individual tests in the JBL program
  • Package contents: test strips EasyTest 7 in 1 on colour scale and CO2 table. Contents: 50 test strips
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Healthy aquariums with conditions close to nature
The right water values depend on the water you start with, the fish stock and the existing plants. 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 regular checks and adaptions of the water values are important. The JBL test strips serve here as a general guidance.

The following parameters can be determined in a quick test:
disinfectants in the tap water: chlorine test
acidity of the water: pH test from 6.4 up to 9.0
stability of the water: KH test from 0 up to 20 °dKH
general hardness of the water: GH test from <1 to >21 °dKH
toxic nitrogen compounds: NO2 from 0 up to 10 mg/l
cause of algae: NO3 from 0 up to 250 mg/l

asy to use
Dip the test strip into the aquarium water and move it for 2-3 seconds. Take test strip out of the water and hold it horizontally to allow the water to drain off. Compare the values of the test strip after 60 seconds with the colour scale on the package.

Store the test strips in a cool and dry place. Only remove the number of strips which are immediately required.

You can analyse the water values you have measured in the JBL Online Laboratory free of charge and receive our recommendations.

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JBL PROAQUATEST EASY 7in1

Art. no.:
2414400
EAN Code:
4014162241443
Content:
50 Tests
Volume packaging:
0.37 l
Gross weight:
69.8 g
Net weight:
13 g
Weight factor:
0
Packaging dimensions (l/h/w):
50/150/50

Technical Data

Height:50 mm
Length:50 mm
Width:150 mm
diameter: mm
FAQ
Ist das Ablesen der Wasserteststreifen zwingend nach 60 Sekunden notwendig?

Ja, denn der Analysestrip reagiert stetig weiter. Somit kann ein Strip nur einmal benutzt werden. Eine wiederholte Messung führt zu unterschiedlichen Werten, da diese sich nach 70+ Sekunden stark verändern. Beachten Sie, dass der Wert für Chlor direkt nach wenigen Sekunden abzulesen ist.

Where can I find the record sheets for the documentation of my water analysis?

Have you lost your record sheets, used them all up, or need them in another language?
In the appendix of this FAQ you will find PDF files for printing them out in German, English and French.

Does the test also work correctly in osmosis and distilled water?

In weakly buffered solutions such test methods can’t deliver reliable test results for pH values.
Further parameters, such as NO3, NO2, GH, KH und Cl are not affected by this. But the calculations of the CO2 content can here also lead to incorrect values.

When using water treated with phosphorous pentoxide JBL EasyTest 6 in 1 indicates wrong values for the total hardness.

That is correct. Phosphorous pentoxide influences the total hardness used indicator in the JBL EasyTest 6 in 1.

Phosphorous pentoxide is used – among other things – when installing indoors to protect the pipes of household water softening systems.

In this case it is advisable to determine the total hardness separately with the JBL GH test.

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Testing water

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Pond fish diseases

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Accidental poisoning

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Reducing problematic water values

How to lower critical water values.

Diseases

Recognising and treating fish and invertebrate diseases

Deficiency symptoms

Here’s how to prevent deficiency symptoms in fish and plants

Algae control

Here’s how to combat algae successfully and lastingly.

Testing water

Testing water – the most important step to understanding your aquarium. Why is water testing necessary?

Daily care

How much daily or weekly care is involved? What are the basic maintenance measures for your aquarium?

Fish breeding in aquariums

Would you also like to breed your fish? What do you have to consider when breeding?

Fish species

Which fish species suit your aquarium? What demands do the fish species have?

Invertebrate species

What invertebrate animals are suitable for your aquarium? What demands do invertebrates have? What do you need to consider for their care?

Adding

How to catch fish properly without causing them stress? How to transport and add fish?

Planning and stock

Which fish are compatible? What do you need to consider when selecting fish?

Water tests

What water tests are available? How do water tests work? How do you test properly?

Water values

Which water tests are important? How can you achieve perfect water values?

Plants

Which aquarium plants are best? What’s the best way to plant them?

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Instructions

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