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RE: [APD] Re: Ammo lock and ammonia tests
Reading the instruction manual in the Aquarium Pharmaceuticals stand-alone
Freshwater/ Saltwater NH3/NH4 test kit indicates it is a salicylate reagent
test. I suspect your kit uses the same reagent.
On Sunday, October 26, 2003 07:40, Joanne Damon [SMTP:Joanne000 at webtv_net]
> Wright said
> Try the same test using a salycilate ammonium test and see if
> ammonia/ammonium isn't below detectable levels.
> Do you know of hand what brand use salycilate? I have the same
> problem with amquel. I am getting ready to place an order at
> thatfishplace and wanted to replace my testing solutions. The site and
> the catalog don't go into enough detail about the individual tests. I
> am having a hard time weeding though what info they do have. For
> example I noticed a big differences in nitrate test some seems too low
> (0.0-5 oppm) others too broad (0,12.5 25 50 100ppm)????
> Right now I have the fresh water master kit from Aquarium
> Pharmaceuticals (pH high and low range, ammonia, nitrites, GH,KH) that
> is about 2 years old and Fe and CO2 by Red Sea.
> Also, if anyone would care to give a summery, what other tests/brand
> I should have on hand. If you could, please keep in mind that at this
> time I need to keep the cost down and if possible get them with this
> order to thatfishplace. I have been using flourish and red sea Fe (
> came with the test ), I will be ordering flourish K and Fe.
> joanne damon
> joanne000 at webtv_net
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