All test kits? All parameters? I know that my test kits give sufficiently accurate results. That'll do for me and I suspect would be perfectly acceptable for many other aquarists.
As I remember it, most hobby kits are capable of measuring within reasonable limits but are often influenced by other chemicals that might be present in a aquarium.
if anyone knows of any scientifically-conducted test kit reviews
I have a decent amount of surface agitation, and run af skimmer 24/7.you are not getting enough degassing over night if pH is 7.3. my suggestion is to invest and use a surface skimmer or at least try to increase surface agitation.
I could add another solonoid on one hose I think. If the tube and attachments can hold 20 psi pressure.can you fit an additonal inline solenoid to one? Unsure how this would effect the other if they were both regulated individually?
It doesn't look like there's a distributor in Denmark but a company called 'DMfit' make a variety of different fittings which should fit your requirements on the pipe fittings front and I've a stash of varying fittings here which I might be able to help you with but suggest getting in touch directly if you wish to explore this further and I'll see if I can help you out.I could add another solonoid on one hose I think. If the tube and attachments can hold 20 psi pressure
That is pretty much it.Or in other words (maybe?) if you had a bucket of pure RO water and added a single element then that element might be detected quite accurately by the test kit but if you then added several other chemicals then the test results might well be effected and become inaccurate?
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