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Seachem HydroTote Collapsible Water Jug
Seachem HydroTote Collapsible Water Jug (LiveAquaria® Approved)


*Collapsible plastic water jug for transporting water for aquarium use
*Hold 5 gallons of water for aquarium use and then fold flat after use
*Great solution for hobbyists that purchase prepared aquarium water

Tired of buckets for aquarium use eating up valuable space? Seachem HydroTote Collapsible Water Jug offers a simple and innovative solution great for aquarium hobbyists that purchase prepared saltwater, reverse osmosis (RO), or deionized (DI) water by the gallon. Plastic collapsible water jug with screw-top holds up to five (5) gallons and features a built-in carrying handle for easy transport. After use, simply fold the HydroTote Collapsible Water Jug flat for convenient storage.

Seachem HydroTote Collapsible Water Jug holds up 5 gallons, measures 11" x 11" x 13" high when filled and collapses roughly to the size of a neatly folded T-shirt.

How to Maintain Proper Specific Gravity

Specific gravity measures the relative salinity (amount of dissolved salts) in your aquarium water in comparison to pure water. Measuring specific gravity on a regular basis is crucial to maintain the ideal environment for your marine inhabitants. The following helpful tips will ensure accurate results when measuring specific gravity.

  • Most hobbyists use a simple swing-arm hydrometer or a refractometer to measure salinity.
  • For professional results, consider a portable refractometer or a high tech electronic salinity monitor.
  • Before changing your aquarium water, measure and record the specific gravity. Make sure the new saltwater matches the specific gravity of your aquarium. Too much of a deviation in salt levels could "shock" or potentially kill sensitive aquarium inhabitants.
  • Replenish evaporated water with clean freshwater - not prepared salt water. Remember, salts remain behind after water evaporates. If you top off your aquarium with salt water, you are compounding salt levels in your aquarium.
  • Before using a new swing-arm hydrometer, condition or "season" the hydrometer by soaking it in saltwater for 24 hours.

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