Cal Aqua Labs Indicator solution 60 ml
- Safe determination of the CO2 content - 30 ppm
- No need to mix with aquarium water
- Can be used in all drop checkers
- Easy to read
- Perfect for optimising the CO2 content of an aquascape
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Indicator solution for measuring the CO2 value of your tank. Perfectly for all Cal Aqua Labs drop checkers.
Please be aware that the bunch/potted variation of this plant could contain snails and other invertebrates.
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I bougth the two Cal Aqua (reference and indicator) and the Cal Aqua Double Checker. The indicator solution works for the first measure and kept always in the same value. (read more)
I bougth the two Cal Aqua (reference and indicator) and the Cal Aqua Double Checker.
The indicator solution works for the first measure and kept always in the same value. My Co2 injection works between 12 Pm and 20 PM. In the middle of this period the reagent doens´t change colour and it should as CO2 evaporates from the tank.
I try again by removing the reagent and put another dose in the drop checker and still the same issue. Since it turns green
never comeback to blue. (?)
Can´t figure why.