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Aquavitro Shrimp pHb is part two of a two-part water treatment system that helps to replicate the water chemistry of the natural habitats of freshwater shrimp by buffering water to the natural pH for each specific type of shrimp.
Rowa's ROWAphos is a world-renowned ferric hydroxide material created for the purpose of removing harmful phosphates, arsenic, and silicates from freshwater and saltwater aquariums. MAP PRICE (MINIMUM ADVERTISED PRICE)
Aquavitro phosfiltrum is an ultra high capacity (GFO) phosphate and silicate remover. It is harder and less fragile than other GFOs, and offers the highest binding capacity of any phosphate remover per gram! Phosfiltrum has a distinctive dark brown color.
calcification is a concentrated (140,000 mg/L) optimized blend of ionic and bioavailable gluconate-complexed calcium designed to restore and maintain calcium levels found in natural seawater, without affecting pH. These two forms of calcium are combined in calcification to provide the hobbyist with a convenient way to ensure peak coral growth and health.
A frequent occurrence in reef systems is low pH, while calcium and alkalinity are at optimal levels. Raise one and other may fail. One of the primary reasons for this is an improper carbonate/bicarbonate ratio.
Many competing buffers for reef aquaria are simply sodium bicarbonate. Such buffers have a pK or only 8.0 in saltwater and simply are unable to maintain a pH above 8.0. The low buffering pK is a function of the low carbonate/bicarbonate ratio.