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Tetra Test Algae Control 3in1

Tetra Test Algae Control 3in1
Tetra Test Algae Control 3in1
Tetra Test Algae Control 3in1
Tetra Test Algae Control 3in1
Tetra Test Algae Control 3in1
Tetra Test Algae Control 3in1
Tetra Test Algae Control 3in1
Tetra Test Algae Control 3in1
Tetra Test Algae Control 3in1
£9.86
  • Stock: In Stock
  • Product Code: TET503
  • Weight: 0.06kg
  • Pack Dimensions: 12.00cm x 3.50cm x 12.00cm
  • Returnable Within: 30 Days
  • Delivery: Next Working Day - Free Over £99.99
  • Usually Dispatched Within: 1 day

About this product

Tetra Test AlgaeControl 3in1 is the convenient way of helping to prevent algae growth in ponds and aquariums.Helps to prevent algae growth in ponds and aquariums

  • Measures the 2 most relevant algae growth parameters: phosphate and nitrate
  • Also measures the important carbonate hardness value which is important for stable water conditions
  • First test field to keep control of the phosphate value in ponds and aquariums
  • Easy and convenient handling of water testing
  • Water test to quickly and easily check water quality
  • Clear and fast test results due to color differentiation
Pack Size:
  • 1 x Algae Control 3in1 25 strips
To successfully prevent algae growth in ponds and aquariums, the water parameters should be regularly tested. Tetra Test AlgaeControl 3in1 is the optimal help to measure the water parameters nitrate and phosphate. This makes it easy to keep control of the most important algae parameters and successfully prevent algae growth in your pond and aquarium. The Tetra Test AlgaeControl 3in1 also measures Carbonate Hardness, because this water parameter is very important for stable water conditions and for preventing a sudden drop in acidity. To use the Tetra Test AlgaeControl 3in1 simply dip them into the water, swirl them in the water for one to two seconds. Just 60 seconds later read off the most important information about the water parameters nitrate, phosphate and carbonate hardness without shaking off excess water. The colour chart can be used to determine whether these are within the safe range or if an increase or a reduction is needed.
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