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Streamline Your Aquarium Water Testing with LAQUAtwin
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Streamline Your Aquarium Water Testing with LAQUAtwin

Testing aquarium water, such as freshwater and saltwater (natural or artificial seawater), with reliable instruments is necessary to create a clean and safe environment for your aquatic species. Maintaining proper aquarium water chemistry is essential for the well-being of fish and other aquatic species. Aquarium enthusiasts utilise saltwater, whether it's natural or artificial seawater, in...
Crop Testing using Horiba LAQUATwin
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Crop Testing using Horiba LAQUATwin - Plant Sap Analysis of Vegetables

Agriculture analysis is an essential aspect of crop growing. Understanding the soil's current nutrient levels is crucial to increase quality and yields. LaquaTwin's range of portable meters provides in-field analysis for pH, conductivity, sodium, potassium, nitrate and calcium levels. The example below uses the LAQUAtwin nitrate and...
LAQUAtwin Pocket pH Meter
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How to Calibrate the LAQUAtwin Pocket pH Meter

The LAQUAtwin pocket meter is a simple and compact design that allows accurate direct measurement from a single drop of sample on its unique flat sensor (see image). LAQUAtwin pen pocket meters are available for seven electrochemistry parameters, including pH, conductivity, various ions (Na+, K+, NO3, Ca2+) and salt concentration. This blog will be focused on pH meter calibration. How...
LAQUAtwin Sensor
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How do I look after my LAQUAtwin Sensor?

Proper usage and maintenance of the LAQUAtwin pH and Ion meters, especially the sensors that come in contact with samples, is important to maintain the accuracy and prolong the life span of the instrument. Below is a list of procedures to follow to properly maintain your meter. If the sensor itself is damaged, scratched or cracked then the meter is not useable and the sensor will need replacing...
How do I measure calcium in soil?
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How do I measure calcium in soil?

All plants need calcium rich soil to grow. The calcium is used by the plant in developing the plant cell walls and membranes. Furthermore, it is a non-leaching mineral (it will stay in the soil) and will improve water penetrability and reduce soil salinity. It is thus helpful to determine the amount of calcium contained in soil. Generally, Atomic Absorption Instruments (AA) or Inductivity Coupl...
pH Meter
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What pH meter can I use to test the pH of Sushi Rice?

If not prepared properly there is a potential risk that sushi rice will develop bacteria, parasites, and viruses harmful to human health. One of the aspects that must be measured and controlled in preparation of sushi is the rice pH. If the rice has a pH less than 4.5 this will prevent bacteria growth and toxin production. This pH is lowered by the addition of vinegar and salt.   ...

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