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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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    …Rapid is a highly-effective solution based on Lanthanum which binds phosphates rapidly and eliminates them from the water. Phosphate can be lowered quickly to a range between 0.2 – 0.4 mg/l (ppm). Lanthanum-based phosphate removers are also convenient because they can be dosed by hand…

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

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    …reactor, it's simple and affordable to lower the CO2 in your aquarium and see an almost immediate increase in your pH. The pH in a reef tank should be around 8.3 for optimal coral growth. If you’re struggling with chronically low pH despite your alkalinity being spot-on, using a lime-based CO2…

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    …effectiveness. Will not impact alkalinity in aquaria as some competing products may. Instructions and GuidelinesPrior to first use, rinse each 500ml of resin by passing 4 quarts of fresh water through it in a steady stream; discard water once completed.BasicTo initially lower excessive nitrate, each…

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    …sulfate, 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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    …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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    …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 minutes…

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    …may 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…

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    …with African cichlids, and very alkaline tap water. Reads the pH of water within the high range of 7.4 to 8.8.250 tests per kit.Why Test pH?pH is the measure of acidity of water. A pH reading of 7.0 is neutral. A pH higher than 7.0 is alkaline, and a pH lower than 7.0 is acidic. Certain freshwater…

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    …High Range pH Test Instructions:Why Test pH?pH is the measure of acidity of water. A pH reading of 7.0 is neutral. A pH higher than 7.0 is alkaline, and a pH lower than 7.0 is acidic. Certain freshwater fish thrive at a pH above 7.0. Live-bearers and goldfish require a pH of 7.5. African cichlids,…

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    …phosphate concentration in natural saltwater is approximately 0.06 mg/l (ppm). However, the phosphate concentration in coral reefs may be much lower, typically between 0.01 and 0.02 mg/l (ppm). The objective is to establish an appropriate level in relation to the number and type of aquarium…

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