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Copper Test Kit - Freshwater/Saltwater

SKU# 2375


Availability: In stock

CA$12.99

Quick Overview

Easily and accurately monitor copper levels to maintain copper-based fish treatments at therapeutic levels. Tests copper levels from 0 to 4 ppm. Measures both free and chelated copper. 90 Tests. For freshwater and salwater aquariums and ponds.
API Copper Test Kit
Details
Copper, a common treatment for many parasitic infections, must be monitored in an aquarium or a pond. The copper level can drop too low for the treatment to be effective, or can increase to a point that is detrimental to fish health. Copper may even be present in your tap water. This kit allows you to easily and accurately monitor copper levels to maintain copper-based fish treatments at therapeutic levels. Tests copper levels from 0 to 4 ppm. Measures both free and chelated copper. 90 Tests. For freshwater and salwater aquariums and ponds.
Additional Information
SKU 2375
MPN 65L
UPC 317163120651
Brand API
Size 90 Tests
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API Copper Test Kit
 
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5.0

Ounce of prevention/ Pound of dead fish

By Rusty Shackleford

from Philadelphia, PA

About Me Experienced Aquarist

Verified Buyer

Pros

  • Easy to Use
  • Effective
  • Good Value
  • Safe

Cons

    Best Uses

    • Aquatic invertebrates
    • Saltwater Tanks

    Comments about API Copper Test Kit:

    I have old copper plumbing delivering my water supply so I wanted to test this before and after water conditioning to make sure it was safe for my saltwater invertebrates. This test is easy to use and read like the pH and nitrite titration test kits by API. It just takes a 5ml sample, 10 drops of the reagent, shake and let sit for 1 minute, then compare the color (clear-yellow-dark brown). All the samples I tested were negative/clear of any copper. While I did not run a reference test with a contaminated sample with a known value, I am confident the test is accurate since my corals and my octopus (separate aquariums) have appeared healthy and active.

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