Ultralife Liquid Phosphate Remover & Control
safely and effectively removes phosphate (P04) from your aquarium. Simply add .25 ml for each 8 gallons of aquarium water to remove 1 ppm. It is recommended not to remove more than 1 ppm in a 24 hour period. To avoid tank cloudiness, add to a skimmer or mechanical filter intake.
Can be used in combination with Ultralife Hair & Sludge Removal System to create best possible environment for you aquarium.
- Treats up to 1850 Gallons
- Keep out of reach of children.
- For Aquarium Use Only
- Safe For ALL Freshwater and Marine Tanks
Ultralife Reef Products is a manufacturer and distributor of equipment and supplies for freshwater, saltwater and reef aquariums. Many of their products, you will recognize from advertisements in national magazines and on the shelves in your local pet shop. However, they are constantly upgrading and developing new products to meet the needs of the aquarium industry.
Ultralife Reef Liquid Phosphate Remover & Control 2oz.
DR ALEX N TORRES
Posted: 5/19/2014 from Fort Lauderdale, FL UNITED STA
200 GL Reef Tank with four or five small fishes. Phosphate always been a problem. Previously treated with PhosBan or Rowaphos with limited results.
5/8/14 Phosphate level: .40 (Hanna) (using one of products mentioned above)
Introduced product according to indications. Some cloudiness that cleared.
5/10/14 Phosphate level: .03
The simplicity of use and the effectiveness makes product excellent. Very Pleased
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Posted: 2/4/2012 from WASAGA BEACH, CANADA
Incredible Product! Use it very carefully and sparingly.
Definitely helps reduce phosphates on a bandaid solution basis...when you are having tough time lowering them without a chemical. (find source for high phos and remove that!)
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I've had the best luck with this product for removing PO4. Will cloud water, but filter will remove it. Great for bringing large amounts down over several days.
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