Salinity Measurements in Aquariums

alinity is one of the most widely tested parameters in saltwater aquariums. It is often the first water parameter many aquarists test for as it is crucial in making artificial saltwater. There are many ways to measure salinity, some more accurate than others. In this blog, we will discuss what salinity is, its importance in saltwater aquariums, and how to take salinity measurements.

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Where In The World Is Bob Fenner? We Track Him Down To Talk About Diving Destinations, Climate Change, and Underwater Photography

We speak with The Conscientious Marine Aquarist author and owner of Wet Web Media Bob Fenner plus watch his 2017 Reef-A-Palooza California presentation “Anemones for Aquarium Use, Husbandry.”

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AquaMaxx Tech-O3 Ozonizer – What YOU Need to Know

The AquaMaxx Tech O3 Ozonizer produces ozone gas that when reacted with your aquarium water can drastically improve water clarity, reduce odors and sterilize the tank water.

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Hanna Alkalinity Checkers: What YOU Need To Know

Measuring alkalinity and maintaining it at the proper levels helps corals thrive. The Hanna Alkalinity Checker makes testing easy and provides an easy to understand digital readout.

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Hanna Calcium Checker: What YOU Need To Know

If you are tired of hassling with liquid test kits and want a quick, easy, and accurate way to monitor your calcium levels, the Hanna Instruments Calcium Checker is your best option.

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Hanna Phosphate Checkers: What YOU Need to Know

Hanna Phosphate and Phosphorous ULR Checkers offer fast, easy, and ultra-precise water testing if you’re having algae problems and want to get your phosphate level in check.

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Nutramar Ova Fish Food: What YOU Need to Know

Nutramar Ova is a hugely popular frozen food made of all-natural prawn eggs. What makes this particular food so desirable to reef hobbyists is that finicky eaters like mandarinfish, seahorses, and pipefish will eat it in the home aquarium.

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Accel Aquatics Biopellet Media Reactors: What YOU Need To Know

Accel Aquatics BioPellet Reactors are a popular choice for nitrate reduction! They have an inverted conical bottom and top-fed flow accelerator design to prevent media from clumping together or settling at the bottom.

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American Marine Selcon Food Booster: What YOU Need to Know

Selcon from American Marine is a concentrated food booster containing Omega 3 fatty acids, marine lipids, stabilized Vitamin C and Vitamin B12. Add a few drops to soak your favorite foods before feeding to your tank.

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Oceanexus Frag Racks: What YOU Need to Know

What makes this coral frag rack different is the cool slotted design which allows you to slide the plugs around the rack to more easily accommodate different corals as they grow larger and need more room.

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