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Hanna Alkalinity Marine Pocket Checker

Track alkalinity levels in your marine aquarium

At a glance...
  • Handheld marine alkalinity photometry testing kit
  • More accurate than chemical testing kits
  • Set contains set, cuvettes, cap, reagents and battery
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SU_794225
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What is Hanna Alkalinity Marine Pocket Checker?

The Hanna Alkalinity Marine Pocket Checker is ideal for salt water aquariums and coral reef tanks. Designed exclusively for saltwater aquariums, the alkalinity pocket checker offers a quick, easy and highly accurate method of checking Alkalinity. The checker is supplied with reagents for 25 tests.

Alkalinity helps to maintain a stable pH, a vital factor for most aquatic life. Corals also need an adequate level of alkalinity in order to support healthy growth: if levels are too low, corals cannot precipitate and form their skeletons; if levels fluctuate too much or too quickly, growth can become impaired.

The more precise and stable the levels, the better the results. With regular, precise monitoring, fluctuations in levels can be quickly corrected, giving your corals the best chance of success.

Key Features:

  • For alkalinity levels between 0 to 300 ppm
  • Testing is quick and easy
  • High precision results - more accurate than chemical test kits
  • Auto shut-off feature means the Checker cannot be left on by mistake
  • Fully portable, fitting easily into both palm and pocket

What are Alkalinity Marine Reagents?

Also available for you to purchase is a 25 pack of the replacement reagents compatible with this device. Hanna Replacement Reagents are high-quality reagents for Hanna chemical test kits and Hanna instruments, which are designed to identify different chemicals within your aquarium or pond. These high-quality reagents are pre-measured, allowing users to achieve fast and accurate measurements with each of their pocket checkers. These reagents follow the DPD Method in which the reaction between the element and reagent causes a tint in the sample. By simply adding the packet of reagent to the sample, the reaction will take place and you can determine the concentration from the colour that is produced. The results will be displayed on the pocket checker LCD screen.

Box Content:

  • 2 sample cuvettes
  • Cuvette cap
  • Starter pack of reagents (HI-755-26)
  • 1 x 1.5 AAA battery
  • Instructions
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