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    …consumption. Guaranteed Analysis: Alkalinity or Buffering Capacity (min) 8,400 dKH (3,000 meq/L) Ingredients: Purified water, inorganic Carbonate, Bicarbonate, Sulfate, and Borate salts Technical Background: This method of calcium and carbonate supplementation is advantageous to hobbyists interested…

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    $6.99

    …consume calcium and alkalinity but to keep the levels steady in a reef tank requires the use of magnesium too, so it is more like 3-part dosing, to be honest. Reefers will use calcium chloride and soda ash (sodium carbonate) to maintain their reef tanks chemistry daily and add a magnesium supplement

    $22.99

    …measurable alkalinity) concentrations by limiting unwanted inorganic precipitation with each other. In the absence of adequate magnesium ions, calcium and carbonate ions bond rapidly, depleting their concentrations in the system and creating the false impression that heavier supplementation is…

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    …requirements for calcium and carbonates (which largely constitute Alkalinity or Buffering Capacity, hence pH-stability); therefore, it is not uncommon for unequal amounts of Reef Code A and B to be required for obtaining and maintaining the desired calcium concentration and alkalinity. To determine…

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    …B is a complex of carbonate and other buffers found in seawater that sustain the proper alkalinity.   1 kg Powder Alkalinity Supplement   Once mixed into solution: 1 mL liquid supplement will raise the alkalinity of 25 gallons by 0.012 meq/l (0.034dKH).    Reef Foundation Instructions   Red Sea Reef…

    $22.99

    …and vibrant corals. Red Sea Foundation A is a blend of calcium and strontium in the proper ratio for the growth of coral skeletons.   1 kg Powder Calcium Supplement   Once mixed into solution: 1 mL liquid supplement will raise the Calcium level of 25 gallons by 2 ppm   Reef Foundation Instructions…

    $22.99

    When used with calcium and alkalinity supplements, magnesium plays an important role in stabilizing pH in your reef tank. B-Ionic Magnesium is an easy to use liquid magnesium supplement which  will not disrupt the ionic balance of closed marine tank. Add 1.5 mL per gallon of aquarium capacity per…

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    $12.99

    supplements (alone or together) or other calcium and alkalinity products. Doing so helps prevent unwanted precipitation between calcium and carbonate ions. Additional information on this subject is available on our website and on the label for Brightwell Aquatics MAGNESION. The rate at which calcium

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    $11.49

    …allies. The magnesium concentration in all reef aquaria should be adjusted to, and maintained between, 1,290 - 1,320 ppm before using these supplements (alone or together) or other calcium and alkalinity products. Doing so helps prevent unwanted precipitation between calcium and carbonate ions.

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    $11.49

    …measurable alkalinity) concentrations by limiting unwanted inorganic precipitation with each other. In the absence of adequate magnesium ions, calcium and carbonate ions bond rapidly, depleting their concentrations in the system and creating the false impression that heavier supplementation is…

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    …physical and chemical conditions. Maintaining calcium, magnesium, and strontium at natural seawater concentrations and alkalinity between 7 - 12 dKH is the first step towards achieving this goal. All Brightwell Aquatics liquid water care supplements are made with purified water and high purity…

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    $6.99

    …consume calcium and alkalinity but to keep the levels steady in a reef tank requires the use of magnesium too, so it is more like 3-part dosing, to be honest. Reefers will use calcium chloride and soda ash (sodium carbonate) to maintain their reef tanks chemistry daily and add a magnesium supplement

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    $6.99

    …consume calcium and alkalinity but to keep the levels steady in a reef tank requires the use of magnesium too, so it is more like 3-part dosing, to be honest. Reefers will use calcium chloride and soda ash (sodium carbonate) to maintain their reef tanks chemistry daily and add a magnesium supplement

    $99.99

    …to the aquarium. All aragonite based calcium reactor media will be low in magnesium and will need to be replenished and maintained for a healthy, successful reef tank. By adding ReMag to your calcium reactor you can effectively maintain, calcium, alkalinity, and magnesium in balanced proportions.…

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    $21.41

    …Follow the manufacturer’s instructions furnished with the calcium reactor to adjust the rates of water flow and CO2-injection and attain the desired concentrations of calcium and alkalinity in the effluent. Measure alkalinity, calcium, and magnesium concentrations in the aquarium two- to four-times…

    $36.99

    …container with RODI water.   Dosing Core7 Reef Supplements Prior to dosing your aquarium's alkalinity should be adjusted to 8 dKH. As a baseline starting dose, Triton recommends 2mL of each component every day per 26 gallons of system water volume. Alkalinity testing should be done on a daily basis…

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    $52.00

    …comes in large jugs.   Dosing Core7 Reef Supplements Prior to dosing your aquarium's alkalinity should be adjusted to 8 dKH. As a baseline starting dose, Triton recommends 2mL of each component every day per 26 gallons of system water volume. Alkalinity testing should be done on a daily basis for…

    $147.00

    …container with RODI water.   Dosing Core7 Reef Supplements Prior to dosing your aquarium's alkalinity should be adjusted to 8 dKH. As a baseline starting dose, Triton recommends 2mL of each component every day per 26 gallons of system water volume. Alkalinity testing should be done on a daily basis…

    $219.00

    Biologically Ideal Calcium Supplement use with the Balling method Single Component Additive Supplies Calcium & Alkalinity Does Not Disrupt Ionic Balances Contains All Trace Elements No Dissolving Required No Unwanted Phosphates or Other Pollutants   Calcium is one of the most important elements in…

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    $11.30

    …or Calcium Hydroxide Ca(OH)2 when mixed with fresh RODI water contains a perfect balance of alkalinity and calcium ions that can be added to your aquarium to help supplement what your corals consume when they grow. It is pretty easy to see where the calcium is derived from but the alkalinity can…

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    $16.99

    …methods to supplement calcium and alkalinity in a balanced solution. Pushing your top off water through a Nilson Reactor will create a super saturated slurry that has a high pH, helping increase your tanks pH while keeping your reefs most important elements (calcium and alkalinity) stable and…

    $269.99

    …methods to supplement calcium and alkalinity in a balanced solution. Pushing your top off water through a Nilson Reactor will create a super saturated slurry that has a high pH, helping increase your tanks pH while keeping your reefs most important elements (calcium and alkalinity) stable and…

    $359.99

    …includes calcium, alkalinity, and magnesium supplements too.     How much Kalkwasser do I use? The amount of kalkwasser reactor used will vary from aquarium to aquarium and will depend on the amount of water your tank evaporates per day, and also the demand for calcium and alkalinity. Please refer…

    $209.99

    …includes calcium, alkalinity, and magnesium supplements too.     How much Kalkwasser do I use? The amount of kalkwasser reactor used will vary from aquarium to aquarium and will depend on the amount of water your tank evaporates per day, and also the demand for calcium and alkalinity. Please refer…

    $259.99

    …tests alkalinity, calcium, and magnesium in your saltwater aquarium — and then communicates this information to your Apex so you can get alerts, and change your dosing. When combined with the DOS (available separately) it creates a fully automated system for the proper dosing of supplements,

    $599.95

    …proper amounts of calcium and alkalinity, and they would simply fall out of solution. Magnesium is essentially a buffer between calcium and alkalinity and is slowly consumed by corals, algae, and invertebrates, and in most reef tanks magnesium will need to be supplemented over time.    Instructions:…

    $52.00

    …consume calcium and alkalinity but to keep the levels steady in a reef tank requires the use of magnesium too, so it is more like 3-part dosing, to be honest. Reefers will use calcium chloride and soda ash (sodium carbonate) to maintain their reef tanks chemistry daily and add a magnesium supplement

    Starting at:
    $6.99

    …consume calcium and alkalinity but to keep the levels steady in a reef tank requires the use of magnesium too, so it is more like 3-part dosing, to be honest. Reefers will use calcium chloride and soda ash (sodium carbonate) to maintain their reef tanks chemistry daily and add a magnesium supplement

    $6.99

    …consume calcium and alkalinity but to keep the levels steady in a reef tank requires the use of magnesium too, so it is more like 3-part dosing, to be honest. Reefers will use calcium chloride and soda ash (sodium carbonate) to maintain their reef tanks chemistry daily and add a magnesium supplement

    $22.99

    …consume calcium and alkalinity but to keep the levels steady in a reef tank requires the use of magnesium too, so it is more like 3-part dosing, to be honest. Reefers will use calcium chloride and soda ash (sodium carbonate) to maintain their reef tanks chemistry daily and add a magnesium supplement

    $99.99

    …consume calcium and alkalinity but to keep the levels steady in a reef tank requires the use of magnesium too, so it is more like 3-part dosing, to be honest. Reefers will use calcium chloride and soda ash (sodium carbonate) to maintain their reef tanks chemistry daily and add a magnesium supplement

    $22.99

    …consume calcium and alkalinity but to keep the levels steady in a reef tank requires the use of magnesium too, so it is more like 3-part dosing, to be honest. Reefers will use calcium chloride and soda ash (sodium carbonate) to maintain their reef tanks chemistry daily and add a magnesium supplement

    $99.99