Phosphate Remover Brightwell

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    …ml of Brightwell Aquatics Phosphāt-E will eliminate 1 ppm of reactive (available) phosphate in 4 US-gallons (15.142 L) of water. The result is an inert particulate that is permanently removed from the aquarium via mechanical filtration and protein skimming. To maximize the rate of phosphate removal,

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    $20.49

    Brightwell utilizes NanoIntelex technology to create a highly superior biomedia packed with ultra-activated phosphate removal material. The biomedia cubes can be put just about anywhere within the system to allow more surface area for biological filtration, resulting is faster removal of phosphates.

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    $35.99

    …addition of the product, it may be an indication that reactive phosphate is being removed too aggressively; decrease dosage by 50% and continue treatment until phosphate concentration appears to be immeasurable. Technical Background Phosphate, while required in miniscule amounts by living organisms…

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    $14.99

    …time, the more effectively it will remove phosphate and silicate. Once phosphate concentration (”[PO43-]”) has not changed for a period of 4 - 6 hours, remove and regenerate resin, then reapply if necessary. In all cases, the use of a mechanical pre-filter to remove particulate organic material from…

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    $21.99

    …that are not skimmed. Do not attempt to maintain an aquarium containing zooxanthellate organisms completely free of detectable nitrate and phosphate; doing so is highly likely to result in loss of life of those organisms. Water temperature, salinity, pH, and alkalinity must be within appropriate…

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    $6.99

    …of maintaining healthy aquarium inhabitants.   Brightwell Aquatics MicrōBacter CLEAN is a selective complex of extremely effective microbes and enzymes that not only reduce the concentrations of organic nitrogen, ammonia, nitrite, nitrate, phosphate, and organic carbon in all marine ecosystems, but…

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    $10.99

    …MICROBACTER7 and REEF BIOFUEL or KATALYST, enables natural phosphorus uptake to take place in systems with inadequate nitrogen content, lowering phosphate concentration without the use of chemical filtration media and without resorting to polluting the system with organic material to raise the…

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    $6.99

    …filtration performance over traditional activated carbon and combined with the ion-exchange resins will enhance the removal of impurities such as ammonia, nitrate, phosphate, silicate, heavy metals and dissolved organic material from the aquarium water.   Features Facilitates decomposition and…

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    $16.95

    …enabling them to assimilate available phosphate and nitrate into new biomass (removing these nutrients from the water column and making them unavailable for uptake by cyanobacteria and algae); the resulting increase in bacterioplankton biomass is then removed from the aquarium via protein skimming…

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    $9.49

    …UV and remove fine filtration such as socks. Make sure aquarium has sufficient filtration surface area, such as provided by Brightwell Xport world class bacterial filtration medium or Micrōbacter Lattice. You must use a good dechlorinator first, such as Brightwell Erāse-CL to remove chloramine…

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    $3.99

    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…

    $13.49

    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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    $6.89

    …for up to a 100 gallon aquarium.   Cycling Instructions: Day 1: Turn off skimmer, UV and remove fine filtration such as socks.  You must use a good dechlorinator first, such as Brightwell Erāse-CL to remove chloramine and chlorine! If using RODI water, you can skip this step. Prepare water and…

    $35.99
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