Red Sea

RedSea Reef Foundation Pro Multi Test Kit (Ca, Alk, Mg)

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Why does BRS recommend this?

Our favorite all-around test kits are the red sea kits.  With easy to follow directions, and consistent results, we always have a Red Sea Reef Foundation test kit in our testing closet.  The Red Sea multi-test kits are by far the best value for purchasing multiple test kits.

Amazing Value. High quality and reliability.

Monitor the balance of Calcium, Alkalinity, and Magnesium in your reef tank's foundation with this all-in-one test kit from Red Sea.


Kit includes:

  • 75 Calcium test kits
  • 75 Alkalinity test kits
  • 75 Magnesium test kits
  • Analytical grade glass vials
  • Easy-to-use, high precision Titrator
  • Affordable reagent refills


Red Sea Reef Foundation Pro Multi Test Kit Contents

Test Name Element # of Tests Accuracy Range Test Type
Calcium Ca 75 ±2.5ppm Titration
KH/Alkalinity KH 75 ±0.025 Titration
Magnesium Mg 75 ±10ppm Titration


Manual Owners Manual

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UPC 730773215102
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Product Questions

So my question is now that it is winter. Is it bad for this test kit to be exposed to below freezing temps during shipping.
Question by: Michael on Jan 20, 2016, 11:07 AM
Great question!
These test kits tend to have a lower than normal freezing temperature and typically we have not received much negative feed back during shipments in winter. If you have any issues or questions feel free to let us know and we will be more than willing to help!
Answer by: Connor on Jan 27, 2016, 7:09 PM

I just have a question in determining the amount of titrant used for the test. So if I start with 1ML and I end with 0.46ML left then I would subtract .46 from 1.0 to get 0.54 titrant used. Then I would use 0.54 as my number on the card to get my results. Is this the correct process?
Question by: Donnie Alderman on Jun 29, 2014, 11:41 AM
Hi Donnie,
That is correct :-) You compare the amount of titrant used to the chart, so your math looks good to me!
Answer by: Bulk Reef Supply on Jun 29, 2014, 11:41 AM