Brightwell Phosphate E

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    …maintain an immeasurable reactive phosphate concentration.   Advanced: Determine phosphate concentration in aquarium prior to first use by testing with an accurate test kit. Each ml of Brightwell Aquatics Phosphāt-E will eliminate 1 ppm of reactive (available) phosphate in 4 US-gallons (15.142 L) of…

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    Overview Regenerates up to 1,500 ml total of Brightwell Aquatics PhosphātR regenerable phosphate-adsorption resin. Regenerates: 175 ml size 8 times 250 ml size 6 times 500 ml size 3 times   Instructions and Guidelines Regeneration MUST be performed in a vessel outside of the aquarium; failure to…


    …capful) per 50 US-gallons (189.3 L) [≈2 drops per gallon (3.8 L)] of aquarium water daily. Monitor concentrations of phosphate and nitrate with accurate test kits; phosphate and nitrate should eventually become immeasurable (or nearly so) when a balance is reached between the rates of nutrient-input…

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    …the aquarium. Phosphate is a substance that encourages growth of algae under the environmental conditions commonly found in marine aquaria, and overdosing iron in the presence of excessive phosphate may result in algal proliferation; for this reason, the concentration of phosphate in a marine…

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    …of free phosphate in the system, as well as the rate of water flow through the media and the rate of phosphate input. In low-nutrient aquaria, it is not uncommon for several months to pass before the media has become exhausted and must be replaced. The concentration of available phosphate in marine…

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    Brightwell Aquatics Purit is a next-generation combination of enhanced activated carbon and NSF-grade ion-exchange and adsorptive resins. The carbon in Purit offers superior chemical filtration performance over traditional activated carbon and combined with the ion-exchange resins will enhance the…

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    Brightwell Aquatics Erase-CL. Removes chloramines, chlorine, ammonia, and nitrites present in tap water and/or aquarium water. May be used to neutralize iodine in the event of an aquarium overdose. Used as directed, is safe for use directly in all marine and freshwater aquaria. Free of phosphate and…

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    …solutions. Contains no unwanted organic material such as EDTA, gluconate, or polygluconate. Over 50% stronger than most competing products. Free of phosphate, silicate, and organic material.   Instructions and Guidelines Basic:  Shake product well before using. Add 5 ml (1 capful) of product per 20…

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    …US-gallon (3.785 L) of purified water yields a specific gravity of ~1.025 g/cm3, with a pH of ~8.30 and alkalinity of ~7.5 dKH. Manufactured by Brightwell Aquatics in their own production facility (not outsourced) under the strictest standards of quality. Every batch is lot numbered and sampled for…

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