Reef Salt

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    …and then let it sit until all the salts have fully dissolved before use. Placing the mixing jug in a bowl of warm water will help decrease the time it takes to dissolve.    Dosing Instructions Knowing how much to dose is made simple using the BRS Reef Calculator!   General Alkalinity Adjustments -…


    …damage or reverse that which has already been suffered by livestock or biological filtration in any event. This product is particularly useful for reef aquarists employing Lugol's Solution and other strong iodine sources. Do not exceed a total iodine concentration of 0.10 ppm in a marine aquarium at…

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    …of degradation and/or undesirable organisms (e.g. “stowaways”) that may have escaped detection during initial inspection. Failing to inspect new coral additions for signs of tissue degradation and/or infection as they arrive from outside sources can have a disastrous impact on an entire reef system.

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    …hours rather than gobbled up in a few seconds.   Nutrition and Ingredient Breakdown Ingredients: Palaemonetes varians Microalgae Macroalgae Mineral Salt Glycerol   Nutritional Profile: Protein: 29.85% Fat: 3.3% Fiber: 2.1% Ash: 15.47% Moisture: 29.35%   Due to customs restrictions, we are unable to…


    …product can be easily calculated. It is recommended that a quality salt mix with the proper (not augmented) alkalinity and concentrations of major, minor, and trace elements be used to establish natural seawater parameters in the reef aquarium, providing a stable ionic foundation on which to build.…

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    Dr.Tim's Ammonium Chloride is made up of reagent grade materials and is perfect for fishless cycles in reef aquariums.  Odorless Pure Ammonium Chloride No Unnecessary Additives Works Great With Dr.Tim's One & Only   Ammonium Chloride can be used to simulate organic matter that would naturally break…

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    Professional 15x strength live tank starter nitrifying bioculture for rapidly cycling new marine fish and reef aquaria and brackish aquariums, and for recovering from overcrowding or disasters where the bacteria bed has been damaged or when adding new fish. Useful for rapidly re-establishing…

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    …potassium to marine organisms is most apparent when beginning to dose it in aquaria with depleted potassium concentrations and/or in which the sea salt mixture used is potassium-deficient; in such cases, changes in the appearance of many corals may be observed within the first weeks of regular…

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    …to livestock and the beneficial microbes that constitute the biological filter.   Note: It is strongly recommended that hobbyists administering Lugol’s-type iodine supplements (which are typically extremely strong) to reef aquaria have a bottle of Erāse-Cl on hand at all times, in case of acci

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    …and wellbeing of reef building coralline algae as Calcium. It is one of the major constituents of seawater and is directly involved in algae photosynthesis, i.e. the conversion of carbon dioxide (CO2) and light into organic compounds. The addition of plain magnesium salt, however, is not sufficient…

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    …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 to determine…


    Are you ready to beat dinoflagellates? Arm yourself with the right tools to win, and say goodbye to the dinoflagellate scourge!   Dr. Tim's treatment regimen, using the bacterial strains within Re-Fresh and Waste Away, forms an important part of the solution to dinoflagellates by creating less…

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