JBL TestCombi Set Marin
Podstawowa walizka do testów do akwariów morskich

  • 6 Testów wody do prostego i dokładnego określania najważniejszych parametrów wody morskiej, specjalnie do akwariów z rybami
  • Dodać wskaźnik barwiący i porównać z kartą barw lub policzyć krople, do momentu zmiany koloru
  • W zestawie test na twardość węglanową, wartość pH, amon/amoniak, azotyny, azotany i fosforany
  • System porównawczy upraszcza porównanie kolorów i uwzględnia także własne zabarwienie wody
  • W zestawie: 6 testów wody, blok porównawczy, 3 kuwety, strzykawka, łyżeczka miarowa, karty barw, karty protokołów i instrukcja
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W fazie początkowej akwarium morskiego należy mierzyć te parametry wody codziennie do maks. raz na tydzień, aby zobaczyć, jak dobrze działa akwarium i kiedy można wpuścić zwierzęta. Twardość węglanowa pokazuje, jak woda jest stabilna pod względem pH i powinna być pomiędzy 7 i 10 °dKH. Amon jest pierwszym etapem rozkładu azotu i przy wartościach pH powyżej 7 staje się coraz bardziej toksycznym amoniakiem. Zawartość amonu może wynosić maks. 0,25 mg/l. Zawartość azotynów pokazuje, czy ta trucizna dla ryb jest w akwarium. Azotyny powinny być zawsze w ilości poniżej 0,2 mg/l. Azotany i fosforany służą glonom jako pożywienie. Zawartość azotanów powyżej 20 mg/l i zawartość fosforanów powyżej 0,1 mg/l może prowadzić do nadmiernego rozrostu glonów. Przy niskich wartościach azotanów i fosforanów wiele rodzajów koralowców rośnie znacznie lepiej, ponieważ w ich tkankach żyją endosymbiotyczne glony (zooksantelle).

W laboratorium JBL Online mogą Państwo bezpłatnie analizować zmierzone parametry wody i uzyskać zalecenia.

Szczegóły

JBL TestCombi Set Marin

Nr Art.:
2551300
Numer EAN:
4014162255136
Zawartość:
6 Zestawy testów
Pojemność Opakowanie:
3.130 l
Masa brutto:
524.000 g
Masa netto:
524 g
Przeliczenie wagi:
0
Wymiary (dł/wys/sz):
52/226/266 mm
FAQ
I have lost my colour chart. Can I download the colour chart for the test?

The colour cards are not available for download on the JBL homepage. For this a guaranteed true colour print is required, and you need a printer which can be re-calibrated before each printout. Most privately used printers are not accurate enough for this.

We will happily send you a new colour chart bundle with all individual colour charts for the JBL tests free of charge. Please forward the JBL customer service your address.

Why are there no colour charts for the JBL GH test, the JBL KH test, the JBL calcium test Ca and the JBL magnesium test Mg?

The following tests from the test range are so-called titration tests: JBL GH test, JBL KH test, JBL calcium test Ca and JBL magnesium test Mg, where the number of drops are counted until the colour changes and the counted value is multiplied by a value:

GH = number of drops = general hardness in °dH

KH = number of drops = carbonate hardness in °dH

Magnesium + calcium = number of drops * 120 = amount Ca + Mg in mg/l

Calcium = number of drops * 20 = amount Ca in mg/l

Magnesium = amount Ca+Mg from magnesium test - amount Ca in mg/l = magnesium in mg/l

What can I do when the measured value of a water test falls outside the scale?

If one of your measurements reaches the end of the colour chart scale you can multiply the scale, by diluting the following tests with distilled water (e.g. JBL Dest).

Here’s how to do it: dilute the sample with distilled water and carry out the test once more.

Her’s how in greater detail:
JBL GH test kit: Instead of 5 ml use 10 ml aquarium water. Now 1 drop is equivalent to 0.5 dGH.
JBL KH test kit: Instead of 5 ml use 10 ml aquarium water. Now 1 drop is equivalent to 0.5 dGH.

Note: when using 10 ml sample water the colour development is weaker with the first drops than with 5 ml sample water. Put the measuring container on a white underlay for a better readability.

JBL NH4/NH3 Ammonium/Ammonia test kit, JBL NO2 Nitrite test kit, JBL Fe Iron test kit and JBL Cu Copper test kit:
2.5 ml sample + 2.5 ml dist. water: result times 2
1 ml sample + 4 ml dist. water: result times 5
0.5 ml sample + 4.5 ml dist. water: result times 10

NO3 Nitrate test kit, JBL SiO2 Silicate test kit, JBL PO4 Phosphate sensitive test kit and JBL Mg Magnesium test kit freshwater:
5 ml sample + 5 ml dist. water: result X 2
2 ml sample + 8 ml dist. water: result X 5
1 ml sample + 9 ml dist. water: result X 10

JBL PO4 Phosphate test kit koi high range:
2.5 ml sample + 2.5 ml dist. water: result X 2
1 ml sample + 4 ml dist. water: result X 5

JBL K Kalium test kit:
7.5 ml sample + 7.5 ml dist. water: result X 2
3.75 ml sample + 12.25 ml dist. water: result X 5
1.5 ml sample + 14.5 ml dist. water: result X 10

JBL CO2 direct test kit, JBL Ca Calcium test kit and JBL Mg+Ca Magnesium+Calcium test kit:
not required

Which scale applies for my aquarium? My test has two or three control fields with fish and recommendations.

We repeatedly receive questions regarding the symbols on the water test. The hobby areas cannot be clearly assigned to the scales for analysis. There are three symbols to make the hobby areas on the colour charts clear:

Discus = fresh water
Emperor = salt water
Koi = garden pond

In the following, you will find a list which assigns the scale for analysing the results from measurements in the hobby area and explains the symbols: The scales are described from the top to the bottom here.

NO3: salt water, fresh water, garden pond
pH 6.0 – 7.6: fresh water, garden ponds
pH 7.4 – 9.0: salt water, fresh water, garden pond
Fe: fresh water, garden pond

The following JBL tests have a uniform scale for all 2 or 3 hobby areas for analysis of the results from the measurements, as differentiation is no longer necessary:

SiO2
Cu
NH4
NO2
PO4
pH 3-10
O2

The instructions point out that the comparator block should be used to compare the colours. Can this be done without the comparator block as well ? Or is there a factor from this comparison that is required for the measurement ?

The colour charts are intended to be used with the comparator block. In addition, when the comparator block is used with the blank water sample, this compensates the inherent water colour.

Therefore, if the comparator block is not used, there will most likely be deviations in the readings.

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