Ammonia Chloride

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    …ammonium chloride solutions you would find at your local grocery or hardware store. Most ammonia solutions will contain unwanted additives to help with scent, and coloration, Dr.Tim's additive uses pure ammonia. Using the ammonium chloride solution, in conjunction with simple ammonia and nitrite…

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    …QuickCycl contains the ideal concentration of ammonium chloride along with phosphates and nitrates to feed the bacteria involved in establishing the nitrogen cycle in your tank.   A successful cycle also depends on regular testing of ammonia, nitrite, and nitrate to determine progress. We recommend…


    …marine livestock from ammonia and nitrite, the biological filter must fully mature before stocking the system. Various organic or inorganic nitrogenous compounds accelerate the cycling process. Inorganic sources such as NitroCycle include simple salts such as ammonium chloride, whereas organic…

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    …nitrifying bacteria beds in freshwater and marine aquariums. Not your average ammonia source for starting the nitrogen cycle. Brightwell Aquatics MicroBacter QuickCycl contains the right strength of ammonium chloride along with balanced phosphates and nitrates to feed the bacteria that work to cycle…

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    …unnecessary organic substances Hydrated forms of major elements such as magnesium and calcium Saltwater evaporite (e.g. dehydrated saltwater) Ammonia* Phosphate*   Mixing Instructions Do not mix in an aquarium containing live organisms. NēoMarine creates slight heat when mixed into water; therefore,…


    …If you are not ready to add fish, you can add small amounts of ammonia to the water.  It is recommended to use Dr.Tim's Ammonium Chloride Solution to produce ammonia for the bacteria to consume and convert. Ammonium Chloride will let you cycle your aquarium without having to add a sacrificial…

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