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Seachem Laboratories Reef Complete - 250mL

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Seachem Reef Complete ™ is the liquid version of the Reef Advantage Calcium. It is a concentrated (160,000 mg/L) optimized blend of ionic calcium designed to restore and maintain calcium to levels found in natural seawater without affecting pH (formulated at pH 8.3). Calcium and carbonates are essential to all coral growth. If either becomes deficient, coral growth will cease, followed by a rapid decline in coral health. Reef Complete™ also includes magnesium and strontium in amounts proportionate to typical utilization ratios (100:5:0.1, Ca:Mg:Sr). This allows one to maintain these two important elements while maintaining calcium. Reef Complete™ delivers 560x more calcium than is available from an equal volume of kalkwasser solution. Use Reef Complete™ to maintain adequate calcium and Reef Calcium™ to promote accelerated growth. 250 mL treats 2,000 L (1,000 gallons).


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Seachem Laboratories Reef Complete - 250mL

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Seachem
Seachem Laboratories, Inc. was established in 1980 by Dr. Leo G. Morin. Seachem moved into a state of the art 110,000 square foot facility in Madison, Georgia marking their 25th anniversary in the industry in 2005. This facility includes production and research laboratories, manufacturing, inventory, shipping, and office space.

17 Reviews

Shermikonn from MADISON, WI UNITED STATES

12/25/2015

Experience Level: Beginner

Works!

I've tried a number of liquid calcium products before discovering this one. It actually raises my depleted calcium and maintains it at the proper level. I will buy again!

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WILLIAM LOUGHLIN from ESOPUS, NY UNITED STATES

04/13/2014

Experience Level: Intermediate

great product

i have 2 reef tanks and use it in both of them, and have for years. my sps corals love it i would say it is a most for a person with sps corals. great product

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RANDY from EUGENE, OR UNITED STATES

04/04/2012

Experience Level: Intermediate

good stuff

I typically use a two part to dose calcium and alkalinity, but occasionally need only a calcium boost. This product seams to work well and be fairly cost-effective.

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CHRISTOPHER HUNT from McKinney, TX UNITED STATES

01/10/2011

Experience Level: Expert

Stabilizing Calcium Levels

Currently using this product on 5 year old 100 G saltwater tank w/ roughly 30 LPS & SPS corals, 5 fish, & 5 shrimp. Before Seachem Reef Comlete I used the quality two part products, 'unfortuneately' Kalkwasser & other necessary supplements at various degrees of success. It was more of a struggle to keep consistant supplement levels with these. (Note I do not have a calcium reactor, but I do use Salifert test kits.) Of which those supplements did only an average job of maintaining proper levels. I switched to Seachem Reef Complete at recommendation of local saltwater fish store middle of 2010 & Calcium levels stayed between 420 to 455 on qeue every week for the last 6 months. I would recommend buying an additional 500ml Stront supplement bottle as Reef Complete only includes it as a 1 part ratio of total solution to mimic natural seawater. At this ratio it makes sense that it would drop at times more than Calc & Mag. The most important thing to me & difference this product makes is the consistant Calc & Mag levels from Reef Complete throughout the week that have added a necessary consistancy with my KH/dkh & Alkalinity levels which help me maintain an average PH of 8.1 to 8.3 every week depending on day or night time testing. Try also Kent Superbuffer powder for adding carbonates / bicarbonates. Many argue for the calcium reactor which I understand, but until you have the $600 bucks to drop & neccessary tank stand space, the Seachem Reef Complete has done the best job for my tank compared to Tropic Marine, Kent, Two Little Fishes or Salifert. Haven't tried the Brightwell calcium yet, but haven't needed too either.

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JESUS SANCHEZ from ALBUQUERQUE, NM UNITED STATES

09/22/2009

Experience Level: Intermediate

good stuff

is to easy to used more and the powder version yes i recommend this product

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PRESTON EHERENFELDT from SAN DIEGO, CA UNITED STATES

05/09/2009

Experience Level: Expert

Best Calcium

IMO this with reef calcium is the best way to add calc. I use both as supplement to calc reactor and kalwasser drips.

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JOHN KARNES from SUQUAMISH, WA UNITED STATES

04/18/2009

Experience Level: Intermediate

Good produck

Has done a great job with keeping CA++ up in my reef aquarium. Dissolves easily in water and I use it in my makeup water.

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JUSTIN BLACK from OTTAWA, KS UNITED STATES

01/11/2009

Experience Level: Expert

calcium sabbility

Great to keep a ballance on times just before changing my reactors media it hepls me make sure that my 430cal level is constant,after all the reactor is to keep level constant ,not to increase the calcium level. The ballance and consistantcy are the two major componets that keep my 220 reef flowing and growing and i know that Seachem products has both.

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WILLIE MCDARIES from BARBOURVILLE, KY UNITED STATES

01/02/2009

Experience Level: Intermediate

raise calcium

it will raise calcium level

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TIM STONE from CLARK, CO UNITED STATES

07/26/2008

Experience Level: Intermediate

great

does what it is supposed to

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