Lower Alkalinity

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    …Potassium chloride.   Technical Background In natural seawater, potassium is a non-conservative major element with a concentration slightly lower than that of calcium (~399 ppm vs. ~413 ppm, respectively). It is a component of aragonite, and regular dosing has, within the past several years,…

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    Strontium chloride, like calcium chloride, has the potential to lower alkalinity levels after prolonged use. Be sure to monitor alkalinity closely. Recommended starting dose of 1 drop per 2 gallons per week. Do not exceed 1 drop per 1 gallon per week.

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    …of 1 ml) multiplied by 10 constitutes the alkalinity in dKH. Example: If the lower side of the syringe plunger is at 0.28 ml following titration, then the consumption of reagent B is 0.72 ml (difference of 1 ml). 0.72 x 10 = 7.2. The alkalinity of the aquarium water is 7.2 dKH. It is possible…

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    …of piecing together a calcium reactor system and start enjoying the benefits of greater stability and lower maintenance.   Calcium reactors can be an appealing way to manage calcium and alkalinity for your reef for a number of reasons. Some might value the rock solid parameter stability that dosing…

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    …Carbon Dioxide! Bulk Reef Supply Color Changing CO2 Absorbent Media (Soda Lime) is the perfect solution if your aquarium has a low pH but proper alkalinity levels. It is most commonly used by connecting a carbon dioxide scrubber to your protein skimmer's air intake and can produce substantial lifts.…

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    …of piecing together a calcium reactor system and start enjoying the benefits of greater stability and lower maintenance.   Calcium reactors can be an appealing way to manage calcium and alkalinity for your reef for a number of reasons. Some might value the rock solid parameter stability that dosing…

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    …today!    The #1 reason people purchase a dosing system for their aquariums is for consistent and easy dosing of 2-part solutions (calcium and alkalinity) to their reef tanks. The most common method for doing this today is to use standalone dosing pumps and run them on a timer using seconds or…

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    …need.   The #1 reason people purchase a dosing system for their aquariums is for consistent and easy dosing of 2-part solutions (calcium and alkalinity) to their reef tanks. The most common method for doing this today is to use standalone dosing pumps and run them on a timer using seconds or minutes…

    $449.95
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