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Houston, Texas based Aquarium Products Company, Red Sea, has been delighting its customers since over the last fifteen years. Employing the latest techniques, the Red Sea products definitely benefit an aquarium immensely. With its ongoing diligent research & development work, Red Sea looks quite promising to offer you increasingly improved products in the times to come. Fresh Marine extends an effective assortment of the existing range of Red Sea products. The ensuing discussion gives an insight into the same.

Water Test Kits. It is important that the quality of aquarium water is high for a sound growth and development of the inmates therein. The key quality parameters include the right levels of Ammonia, Calcium, Iron, Nitrate, Phosphate, pH, and Water Hardness. Even a slight disturbance in any of these may prove stressful, weakening, and even toxic for your aquarium members. Water Test Kits help you regulate the water quality fluctuations by indicating the existing level of any or all of these elements in the water.

  • Ammonia Test Kits. Excess of Ammonia in aquarium water can kill the Fish and the Beneficial Bacteria (present in Bio-Filters) in an aquarium. Regulation of Ammonia level is especially vital in Marine Aquarium with Ammonia toxicity inducing 8.1-8.4 pH, rather than a Freshwater Aquarium with 7 pH. Use Ammonia Test Kits to gauge Ammonia levels in your aquarium water.

  • Red Sea Ammonia Mini-Lab Test Kit. This Kit, meant for Freshwater as well as Marine Aquariums, indicates the total amount of Ammonia in the water. This Ammonia may be present in any form, toxic, Ammonia (NH3), or less toxic, Ammonium (NH4+). The Red Sea Ammonia Test Kit also has a Conversion Scale for the calculation of the toxic Ammonia quantity in the water.

  • Calcium Test Kits. Calcium is a much-needed element in a Marine or Reef Aquarium, as Corals, Calcareous Algae, & many other invertebrates need it for their growth & development, and to stay attached to their exoskeleton or Shell made of Calcium Carbonate (CaCO3). Therefore, it is vital that the Calcium Level is regularly checked, ideally on a weekly basis, with the Calcium Test Kits so that if needed, the required measures are taken.

  • Red Sea Calcium Test Kit. This Kit measures the total Calcium level or its concentration in the aquarium water.
  • Complete Test Kits. These all-in-one Water Test Kits measure all the vital parameters of water quality in a Freshwater as well as Marine Aquarium.
  • Red Sea Marine Lab Test Kit. This Test Kit checks the water quality for Ammonia, Nitrite, Nitrate, pH, and Alkalinity levels.
  • Red Sea Reef Lab Test Kit. This Test Kit measures the levels of Phosphate, Nitrate, Strontium, Iodine, & Trace in a Reef Aquarium’s water.

    Copper Test Kits. Copper enters a system usually through medications. It is important that the minimum Copper level be maintained in the system to kill the disease inducing Parasites, while its excess may even prove lethal for the aquarium fish, especially the invertebrates. Therefore, you should regularly check your aquarium for the Copper quantity.
  • Red Sea Copper Mini-Lab Test Kit. This kit checks the level of Copper in aquarium water so that you may arrange for its elimination or replenishment, as needed. The kit accurately measures the useful medicating Copper level. You should also check your tap water for Copper with this kit before introducing it into your aquarium, especially the Reef one.

  • Silica Test Kits. Silica, a Silicon compound, leads to the growth of unwanted, rapidly proliferating, Brown colored Diatoms (Micro algae). Diatoms are especially a problem in established aquariums, while in new aquariums, just 1-2 weeks old, Silica is considered as beneficial and helps it is settling down. Therefore, vigilance on Silica level in aquarium water is essential.
  • Red Sea Silica Test Kit. This kit helps gauge the quantity of Silica present in aquarium water so that if needed, you may resort to their elimination method.
  • Nitrate Test Kit. The toxic Ammonia produced in an aquarium, is first converted into harmful Nitrite (NO2), which is eventually converted to comparatively less toxic Nitrate (NO3). This whole process is called Nitrification. Even slightly raised Nitrate levels in aquariums, especially the Reef ones, can be quite stressful for the Corals and invertebrates. Nitrate can also lead to the growth of undesirable plants, Blue green Algae (Cyanobacteria), Hair Algae, and making the fish vulnerable to Parasitic Infections, especially White Spot. For a healthy aquarium system, it is important that it is denitrified. Nitrate Test Kits measure the amount of Nitrate present in a system, which help you shortlist the required denitrifying method.

  • Red Sea Nitrate Mini-Lab Test Kit. This kit checks the existing Nitrate concentration in aquarium water.
  • pH kH Test Kits. pH is a measure of degree of acidity in water by comparing the amount of Hydrogen and Hydroxide Ions present in it. More the quantity of Hydrogen Ions, higher the acidity of water, and lower its pH. Even a small change of pH can cause them breathing problem. In addition, high acidity can damage their Skin, Gills, and even Eyes. kH or Carbonate Hardness is the measure, in degrees (dKH), of the ability of a solution to absorb and reduce the effect of added acid, without changing its pH. Carbonates (KH or Alkalinity), coupled with Trace Elements, Calcium, Strontium, and Magnesium, encourage the proper growth and the development of Coral & the beneficial Coralline Algae, while also stabilizing the pH of aquarium water. A right KH / Alkalinity level boosts the immunity of fish and other invertebrates present in your aquarium. pH kH Test Kits measure the respective pH kH levels in your aquarium.
  • Red Sea pH/Alkalinity Mini-Lab Test Kit. This measures the existing pH and Alkalinity level of your aquarium water. Conduct this test ideally on a weekly basis.
  • Phosphate Test Kits. Reef Aquariums house excessive Phosphate, which may result in unsightly, and disturbing, prolific algal growth. Phosphate also reduces the aquarium levels of Calcium and Magnesium, important elements for the growth of Corals. Therefore, it is crucial that the extra Phosphate is removed from the aquarium water to maintain its correct level in there.

  • Red Sea Phosphate Mini-Lab Test Kit. Meant for testing Phosphate level in both Marine and Freshwater Aquariums, the kit has the capacity to gauge 0.1 to 3.0 ppm of Phosphate present.

    Red Sea CO2 Bubble Counter with Integrated Check Valve. This user-friendly, compact Bubble Counter accurately measures the CO2 flow rate and protects the Gas System from flowing back into the aquarium water.

    Hang On Protein Skimmers. They hang externally on the back wall of a Marine Aquarium, with an Intake Tube going into the tank to process its water.
  • Red Sea Prizm Pro Deluxe Hang On Protein Skimmer. This user-friendly Hang On Protein Skimmer, which is easy to install, operate, and maintain, is meant to be used as Hang-On Tank or Sump in the Marine Aquariums of maximum 300-Gallon capacity.
  • Red Sea Prizm Hang On Protein Skimmer. The high performing Prizm Skimmer has two stages Reaction Chamber with Convergent-Divergent Flow Technology for better Skimming. Red Sea Prizm Deluxe Hang on Protein Skimmer is a variant in the range.

  • Mini Nano Aquarium.
  • Red Sea Max Starter Kit. This complete kit contains Reef Base, Coral Pro Salt, Hydrometer with inbuilt Thermometer, NitroBac Bio Starter, Marine Lab Master Test Lab, Calcium Pro Test Lab, Buff-pH & Alkalinity Stabilizer, Calcium +3-Calcium & Trace Element Supplement, and MarineGro Food.

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